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Torrance CrossFit is one of the flagship CrossFit affiliates using our billing, scheduling, goal tracking and gym management system.
FuBarbell trusts PushPress to manage all of their seminar bookings, merchandise and product sales, ticketing for events and calendaring.
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Effortlesssly manage your recurring billing for your CrossFit or fitness facility using PushPress Recurring Billing
Sell and manage products using PushPress gym management system. Product Sales
Take credit card payments with one easy to understand rate using our recurring billing and payment processing features. Credit Card Processing
Manage your CrossFit or fitness facility schedule using our Calendar. Class Management
Seemlesly integrates with your Wordpress website. Website Integration
PushPress gym management and billing platform keeps and stores your important data on the cloud, so it cannot be lost. Cloud Services
Metrics & Reports
Workout Tracking
Lead Funnel & Conversion
Digital Waivers & Contracts


Spend more time coaching & working out while we handle all of your back office duties.



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From Our Blog

4 Reasons Why We Don’t Care About Our Competitors (and why you shouldn’t either)

TLDR; When your goal involves something external to you and what you control, you just set yourself up to lose. As a gym owner, it’s easy to get caught up in the temptation of worrying about the guy across town (or the road in some of your cases).  We urge you to keep your eyes on your direction, and let the others worry about each other. 1.  You inadvertently change your course of direction.Trying to interpret what your competitor is doing is a fools game.  Maybe they just launched the new “Bikinis, Beer and Barbells” program because it’s a massively under served market - and by doing so, they’re going to grow their business by leaps and bounds.But maybe they’re doing it because they’re going thru marital problems and it’s an act of desperation or an attack on the ex?  Who’s to know? But if you copy that idea just because they’re doing it, you’re likely going to find out it wasn’t a great idea to begin with.It’s easy to get sucked into the game of trying to Keep Up with the (Gym) Jones’ - but don’t.  Even if it’s a failing program, you won’t ever know from the outside looking in.  All social media posts and outward marketing will always suggest otherwise. Recognize that all ideas aren’t good (in fact the majority of them aren’t). Spend your time and energy working on developing your own ideas and ways to serve your community - hone those ideas instead of heading down the path of others.2. You waste time/energy worrying about things you cannot control.Maybe your local competitor is talking smack about you to prospective clients.  This seems to happen a bunch.  The carnal answer to this is to join them in the mud pits and start slinging the mud.While this is always greatly entertaining for outsiders, it does you absolutely no good.  While you’re spending time being upset and talking there’s another gym owner around you who’s sneaking up on both of you.Stay the course with your own gym. Serve your clients well and stay above anything else.3. You take your focus off of the important things.There’s two main things you need to worry about - and solving all ends to make those means:Finding new members of your community that need your expert helpKeeping those clients on progress, happy, and finding value in your service.That’s it. Anything beyond that, is only doing you and your business a disservice.  Focus your energy 100% on those things and the things you need to do to meet those goals.  And nothing else.4. You will get forced into errors of ego or misjudgment.How many times have we seen this happen at a local bar or club?  Dude A steps on dude B’s foot. Dude B gives Dude A a dirty look. Dude A flips off dude B for the dirty look. Dude B calls Dude A a name.Dude A calls Dude B’s mom a name.Fists fly.After the foot stepping incident above, it’s all errors of ego. The enlightened person would have just said “no worries” or “oh man, I’m sorry” and it would all be over.  But in this case, we end up with 2 people thrown out of the club (and everyone they came with - they’re nights are ruined).The escalating errors of ego are really the biggest concern of worrying about your competitor, because this is where the big mistakes happen.By not even paying attention to what your competitor says or does to begin with, and brushing it off like an enlightened business if it does come your way - you will steer far clear of the mistakes your competitor is about to experience with someone else.We’re Focused On Our ClientsHere at PushPress, we’ve always made it a point to do everything we can to NOT look at our competition. Just like any other business it’s easy to get sidetracked, worrying about what our competitors are doing, but we make it a clear and conscience effort not to.In the early days we didn’t try to see how they solved problems in an effort to make our own development process easier.  We do not pay attention to their product roadmaps, their current milestones or their progress.We don’t monkey around with their business or their clients. (but we do take the time to pay attention to our assets and secure our processes because it’s apparent some do)We’re focused on solving the problems of our industry the best way possible. In some cases we feel that solution wasn’t previously done - and copying our competitors would only put another shiny suit over the same flawed solutions. By keeping our focus on our product, we have worked hard to think outside of the box for answers to problems in a different way.Doing so has quickly put us and our gyms on the path to success. 

The One Thing Stopping You From A Very Profitable Gym

TLDR: Focus on two things; Finding new clients and keeping them happy.  Make an honest effort every day to find new potential clients, don’t wait for them to find you.  Stop letting the small day to day stuff bog you down from the key things you need to do.In speaking to and working with gym owners on a daily basis - both as CEO of PushPress and as an admin on the Facebook Affiliate Owners Forum - it’s become clear to me many of you are missing one thing.One simple thing that could mean the difference between a smooth sailing, profitable gym and one that’s floundering at break-even.Focus.You have two things (and two things only) stopping you from having more revenue than you can stuff your mattress with:Finding new clients.Keeping them happy.THAT. IS. IT.If you get caught up in all the other “noise”, you aren’t focusing on the only two things that affect your bottom line. What’s Noise? What’s Not?Well that really depends on your business and  your priorities.  In order to really determine this, you need to take a moment to self-reflect and decide what your two or three core business values are.  Don’t pick more than two or three and make them very granular and relevant.Here’s an example of some valid core business values:Community development.Improving the general well being of my locality.Helping educate people on health/wellness.Developing Competitive/Regionals/Games AthletesHere’s a list of some things that might be considered a distraction if it’s not at your core set of values:Programming.Janitorial work.Tracking payments and keeping track of members.Trying to develop too many “programs” at the gym.Your own personal fitness goals/accomplishments.Throwing events / parties / etc.Coaching.If you find yourself spending more time doing some of the things on the list above then you spend on finding new clients and keeping existing clients happy, then you’re likely at the helm of a ship that’s merely afloat.Set Your IntentionOnce you decide you want to focus on the two simple things and act upon that focus, you will find yourself working your way towards a much better future.  Most gym owners are pretty miserable at both of these.  They sit back, hoping new leads come to them, and once they do the sales process is undefined and sloppy.  This makes sense, because most small gyms  care more about what happens on the gym floor than they do what happens in the sales office.Get Help!There’s only 24 hours in a day for everyone.If you find yourself doing things that distract you from focusing on finding more clients, helping more people, and making more revenue - get help!  There’s many ways you can go about getting others to help you with these things:Find friends or gym members who are good at the things you need help with.  The second part is key, as you don’t want someone who’s scatterbrained to be your events coordinator.Find companies that specialize in these things.  Companies like Thrivestry exist to save you the 20 hours or so a month you spend programming (and they likely do a better job with the overall programming - cause it’s ALL they focus on doing).   PushPress has been born in the concept of saving our clients time.  There’s many companies that can help and likely worth the cost of their service 10 times over.Split up tasks amongst owners and coaches.  I like the idea of everyone taking one aspect of the primary business focuses as their personal project.  Then meet frequently and report back.PushPress is a gym billing and management system built from the ground up to save our gym owners and their coaches time.  If you feel your system isn’t as easy as you would like it, we would love to show you how we can save you time, energy and money.  PushPress is owned and operated by gym owners (who actually owned gyms before launching their software)