Intelligent PT App Set To Get 2015 Off To An Energetic Start
Pulses are set to pump in 2015 with the launch of an intelligent new personal training application designed for use on an iPad or tablet. Fast, efficient and inherently portable, PT Notebook streamlines all aspects of a personal training business into one easy to use platform.
The initial idea for PT Notebook came to light when three friends started toying with the idea while working side by side at a local health club. As fervent fitness buffs Matt Burnett, Max Harger and Rob Pearce realised a vision to create a high quality app designed to help trainers connect with clients and support the administrative side of their business. Blending modern design, industry expertise and easy-to-use navigation, PT Notebook gives trainers access to a complete client management system at their fingertips. The portable nature of the app makes it ideal for the dynamic and perpetually active nature of the personal training industry.
Mr Burnett said, “At its core PT Notebook is a premium service designed for use by personal trainers and their clients. It’s an easy and effective software platform that enables PTs to take charge, amplify efficiency and manage their business operations on a daily basis.”
The platform offers users an array of features catered to meet the unique needs of personal trainers. The Profiles feature offers a comprehensive overview of current clients, Client Performance Tracking helps PTs monitor progress and set goals, Invoicing streamlines payment processes, Calendar boosts organisation and Programme Design allows users to create, send and track bespoke training plans. Users also enjoy access to a unique 'client facing' element which allows personal trainers to offer clients access to their own profile pages and statistics. Using this simple yet effective system they can actively monitor changes in weight, body fat, strength gains and new skills to form a powerful motivational tool.
According to the latest statistics from the 2013 State of the UK Fitness Industry Report Britain’s health and fitness industry is on this rise. While the economic downturn saw many Brits cut back on fitness expenses stabilising economic conditions have seen an increasing number of people re-enlist expert help. In fact, the report revealed that in 2013 the combined market value of the public and private sectors was an estimated £3.92 billion. This represents a 1.5% jump on the previous year’s figures. As the economy continues to climb the national spend on health and fitness services is also set to grow. PT Notebook is at the forefront of the health and fitness surge with a specially engineered app designed to expertly manage the ins and outs of running a personal training business.
Thanks to a no contract or hidden costs policy users enjoy complete pricing transparency. When PT Notebook goes live in February 2015 users can take advantage of a FREE 14 day trial with unlimited access. £11.99 gets PTs one month of unlimited access while £119 buys an annual membership.
To find out more about PT Notebook, sign up for updates and learn how the platform is set to reshape the way in which personal trainers conduct business, visit: www.ptnotebook.co.uk
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About PT Notebook: Founded by Matt Burnett, Max Harger and Rob Pearce, PT Notebook is an intelligent application which offers personal trainers comprehensive business management tools in the palm of their hands. Key features include Profiles, Client Performance Tracking, Invoicing, Calendar and Programme Design. The platform was borne from a shared desire to create an all-inclusive client management system. PT Notebook is set to go live in February 2015. Pricing is affordable, flexible and transparent which gives PTs complete control over their membership.