DMC CrossFit trusts PushPress for their billing and gym management software needs.
CrossFit Radiance loves PushPress for their billing and gym management software.
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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.
Free+Style trusts PushPress to manage all of their seminar bookings, ticketing for events, merchandise and product sales, 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
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Metrics & Reports
Workout Tracking
Lead Funnel & Conversion
Digital Waivers & Contracts


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From Our Blog

Digital Waivers, the ESIGN Act and UETA Compliance

This is a PSA for all gym owners out there who are relying on electronic waivers and documents to run their businesses.  We want you to understand the law and the rights of your customers, and ensure you’re not sitting on a bunch of waivers that will not hold up in court.Is your current online digital waiver and document system ESIGN and UETA compliant? If your provider does not outright state that they are - and provide proof compliant and give evidence  with these important laws, you should do yourself a favor and ask them as ASAP.What does the ESIGN and UETA Acts State?These laws set out to declare that a document or signature CANNOT be denied legal binding effect just because it is in electronic form.However, in order to achieve this equal legal standing, almost all documents signed between parties in the United States must meet the following requirements before they can be deemed ‘legal and binding’. What does the ESIGN and UETA Acts require? In order for an electronic document to be considered legally binding, it must hit four marks.  We will go over each point below. Intent to sign.Proper record retention and access. Association of signature with the record. Consent to do business electronically.Intent To SignSimilar to traditional signatures, electronic signatures are only valid if there’s an intent to sign by the signer.  Generally most online waiver/document solutions will hit this mark, as signing with a finger or a mouse and clicking submit marks intent to sign (two step verification process).Record Retention and AccessThis is a big one. The law requires that all electronic signatures and transactions be capable of retention and accurate reproduction by all parties.   This means that your clients must have access to pull an accurate reproduction of their signed document at any time they want.  It also means that the actual document they sign MUST remain untouched and unchanged, even if you have since changed the versions of it.If your system does not keep proper historical versions of signed waivers - it could present massive liability on your end.  To test to make sure your waivers are properly retained, perform the following steps:Find a previously signed waiver on your system. Note the content of the waiver.Change your waiver trivially.Re-check the waiver you just looked at.  It should not reflect the change you just made.  If it does all your waivers are invalid. Association of a Signature with the Record The ESIGN Act and UETA requires that the system capturing the electronic document must keep an associated record that reflects the process by which the signature was created.One signature cannot be used to “sign” future agreements as well.  Each agreement should be associated to a unique and tracked signature.This can include, but is not limited to things like the signature itself, any data collected around the signing of the signature, times, dates, ip addresses and the like.Your system should be able to reproduce, at any time, the signature as it was signed, along with all data which proves or substantiates the signing - and have it associated with the document signed.Consent to do Business ElectronicallyMany systems we scanned fail this test.In order to qualify as a legally binding electronic document, the parties involved must consent to do business electronically.  Electronic records may be used in transactions with consumers only when the consumer has:Received UETA Consumer Consent DisclosuresConsented to use electronic records for the transactionHas not withdrawn such consentIn order to hit these three marks, your system must ask for electronic consent (which most systems do).  But it must also allow them the ability to withdraw consent and give them access to their Consumer Consent disclosures.  Make Sure You Ensure Your ComplianceRemember, ultimately it is your responsibility to ensure your agreements and waivers are compliant with laws in your area.  As a system, PushPress has always been concerned about their clients, and we pour a lot of time and energy into making sure we are setting them up for success.  Our clients an rest assured we’ve paid attention to the emerging landscape of digital signatures, and have put energy into compliance on their behalf.  We hope this article gets shared far and wide in the community - the more gym owners understand about some of these details, the better equipped they’ll be to thrive in business!

A PushPress PSA: Keep the Mice OFF the Gym Floor.

One of the keys to our success as a company is we’re in the trenches with you.  As we explained in earlier posts, we aren’t just some software or billing company looking to capitalize on a market - we’re gym owners who came from the .com startup world.  As I tour around the world visiting gyms, I will often see gym systems which employ a computer/keyboard/mouse and screen as their “kiosk”.  We feel this concept is utterly flawed at best, and lazy at worst.We do not believe your kiosks should be computer based. And we’ve build a ecosystems of smart-device apps that work together to make your business run smoother.Why the computer and mouse?There’s a couple reasons why a “kiosk” would be employed via a keyboard and mouse.  (None of them acceptable).It’s faster to build this way.  Most system are built as web apps, so the easiest and fastest solution is to build another web app as a “kiosk” and force you to use a web system (computer/keyboard/mouse) to use it.It’s cheaper to build this way.  in the same notion as above, building the “kiosk” as a web app hosted via a web page, they don’t have to have specialized development costs in designing and building a native app for a smart device.It requires less skill to build this way.  Smart device development is much more expensive; rather they can leverage the existing web application developers they already have on staff to build a web version of a kiosk.Why is a computer bad on the gym floor?It’s not scalable.  There’s only a certain amount of space and money you should invest in a kiosk solution.  Each web based system with a TV/monitor, keyboard and mouse requires an excessive amount of precious space - and is very costly to setup.It’s unsanitary.    (Dirtier than a toilet?!) Some systems leverage the kiosk to do checking in, workout result tracking as well as buying products. This means, after a workout (blood, sweat, tears and all), your clients are all using and sharing one keyboard and mouse.  :/It’s slower.  The simple action of approaching a computer, and using the keyboard and mouse to enter data is as much as 20 times slower than using finger gestures on a smart device. Also, generally speaking, the typical “all in one” kiosk setups other systems promote means people queuing up at one central place to do all their tasks.Why Individual Based Smart Device Based Apps?It’s cheap.  While we support iOS and Android devices, we’ve built all of our apps around the $50 Amazon Fire tablet.  Which means you can pop up as many kiosks as you need, for a fraction of the cost of a computer.It is scalable.  Since we have built each app as their own standalone app and targeted a $50 device, you can literally pop up kiosks for your unique needs.  Have heavy check-in flow? Add another check-in app to the front of the gym.  Do a lot of product sales? Throw another store app by your retail goods.It provides clear cut places to do clear cut things.  Certain actions at the gym logically occur in certain places.  Checking in should always take place before class at an entry point.  If not - how do you know someone has paid and is waivered before entering the gym floor?  Place each of your kiosks in the appropriate place to encourage better customer flow and less confusion.At PushPress, we do not just do things to get things done.  We do things to get them done RIGHT - and we’re looking to take our clients along with us for that ride.  Yes, building an all-in-one web based kiosk system is easier. But we don’t think it’s right, and we’re willing to put in the work to build the right solution for our clients.Book a quick 10 minute initial call with us today to see if we’re a good fit for your gym!