Thursday, August 14, 2008

New Online Personal Training Now Available From eFitness

The best kept secret for online personal trainers available November 1,2008

/24-7PressRelease/ - ANAHEIM, CA, August 13, 2008 — eFitness Solution announced today the much anticipated arrival of its new online personal training website. It is for local personal trainers who want to market their services using cutting edge online fitness tools.

"Our goal is to revolutionize how the world approaches fitness," said Victor Macias, eFitness Solution founder. This new website is said to be the latest social networking website for people who want to find a personal trainer and where any online personal trainer can find new clients. It's fast, it's easy and sign ups are FREE!

Here's how it works. includes proven tools that help online personal trainers get the income they want. Each online personal trainer receives a customizable web page (similar to myspace) where they can list certifications, specialties, offer online training programs, watch fitness training videos, create personalized fitness workouts, learn online workout exercises, and much much more.

Additionally your personal profile will manage appointments, accept payments, create effective nutritional plans, develop printable workout logs, build a personal trainer exercise log and track client progress.
also has a complete "fitness made simple" program just for trainees. New clients can meet a local personal trainer, monitor their progress and monitor their nutrition plan. This guaranteed weight loss program works because personal trainers will teach you simple step-by-step techniques to burn fat and gain muscle.

November 1, 2008 is the scheduled launch date. However, Once you go to pre registration will be available for you.

Thursday, June 26, 2008

Concept Testing...Why Wait?

Concept testing is a powerful way to test your entrepreneurial venture. Before you fully invest in developing your product, it's best to see if your target market is willing to purchase it. How will you know if they're willing to purchase your product? Ask them!

Ask them to place an order. If your product is not yet fully developed, ask them to order anyway. As long as you inform your customer of your plans to develop your product, it is a great idea to ask them to order or sign up.

Finish developing your product once you've determined that your market has a genuine need or desire for your offering. Here's an example, my latest venture eFitness Solution is a web-based solution that helps personal trainers build profitable businesses through online fitness. The product is almost finalized, but the design of the website is complete. Rather than waiting for the product to be developed before I begin marketing, I am informing my market the eFitness Solution is coming soon. I am allowing users to sign up so that they will be among the first to try the product. Users who sign up to try eFitness Solution will be informed once the product is complete for use. Both my market and I are happy because we both end up winning. The user will be able to access eFitness Solution once it launches and I will begin building my list of interested users.

Friday, June 20, 2008

Coming Soon...eFitness Solution

Here's a sneak peek of my latest venture eFitness eFitness Solution is a web-based program that helps Personal Trainers build profitable web based businesses. Our tools will allow trainers to use the power of the Internet to provide interactive fitness solutions for their clients.

I've been working day and night researching my target market and the venture will launch soon. I'll keep you updated as I move forward. I will be looking for 20 trial clients to give me feedback on the product. If you know any fitness experts who may be interested please contact me.

Tuesday, May 6, 2008

The Power of Networking

Networking is very important when it comes to success. It has been said that the best jobs are found through people you know and not websites like We should all do more to increase the amount of people we know. There are various ways to network and increase your Rolodex. A great way to start is by using the Internet for leverage. Social networking sites such as Linked In have made networking not only effective, but much faster than ever before. The Internet is bringing people together. Try using this tool to gain more contacts and improve your business.

Tuesday, April 29, 2008

Creating change

Things are changing very rapidly in my life right now. It seems that everywhere I turn, something is different than it was before. I'm very excited about this time in my life because I like change. I think that change is life's way of telling us a new chapter is about to begin. However, I've noticed something special about change. You have the power to create change. You can't just wait around and hope that things will change. You need to create change by causing movement. If you're causing movement you might as well move things in the direction you want to go in life. If you're an entrepreneur, make new contacts, develop new products, build new ventures. The key to causing movement is to do something, anything. Once you create movement you'll soon notice that the world will change and new opportunities will emerge.

Tuesday, April 22, 2008

Men's Grooming Handbook update

Here's an update on my promotional campaign for The Men's Grooming Handbook. As of today, I have sold a total of 4 books. The Men's Grooming Handbook has been available on for about one week. I checked and my product was made available yesterday. An interesting note about Amazon is that they are offering my book as a Kindle product. Kindle is a product that Amazon is largely promoting. The product is supposed to change the way customers approach digital books. With a Kindle, you can read digital books anywhere you go. You can learn more about Kindle here.

All of my sales have come directly from Mobipocket. I have not received any sales from Amazon, but I believe that will change if customers begin to adopt the Kindle and gain a new appreciation for e-books.

Thursday, April 17, 2008

Growing industries

I'm doing research for my next business venture. I had a chance to have lunch today with a great businessman and mentor. We talked about business and he gave me some great advice. When we discussed the idea of starting a new company, he told me to focus on industries that are growing and have great growth potential. He said, "You wouldn't start a company that made stage coaches . It just wouldn't make sense." In business, why focus on industries that are declining. Focus on industries with potential for growth

Here are Fortune's five fastest growing industries:

1. Securities
2. Oil and Gas Equipment, Services
3. Internet Services and Retailing
4. Commercial Banks
5. Engineering, Construction