Shannon Fable

Shannon Fable, 2013 IDEA and 2006 ACE Instructor of the Year, is the VP of Fitness Programming for the FIT4MOM® franchise. For more than two decades, she has helped impressive brands such as Anytime Fitness, Schwinn®, Power Systems, ACE, Silver Sneakers, and BOSU® as a fitness business and programming consultant. An experienced educator, freelance writer, and certified Book Yourself Solid® Business Coach, she helps fitness entrepreneurs navigate the industry and make more money. Fable serves as Vice Chair of the ACE Board of Directors and is the founder and co-owner of GroupEx PRO®, a cloud-based group fitness management tool.

Jan. 3 2019
Enhance your knowledge, improve your skillset and help build your fitness network with the three R's: reading, research and review... View More
Dec. 3 2018
What is the next step and how to impact the most lives possible in your fitness profession?... View More
Oct. 3 2018
Working hard on the right things at the right time can help you harness your hustle!... View More
July 3 2018
As a personal trainer, how to negotiate to get the payment you deserve... View More
April 3 2018
It’s important that you take time to plan to take advantage of the opportunities that exist in this new and exciting age of fitness... View More
Nov. 3 2017
Set up a successful system for turning your dreams into reality with a productivity audit... View More
Oct. 1 2017
To thrive in this industry, you must be willing to spend equal time working on your business as you do working in your business. In other words, you must set aside a good chunk of time each week, month... View More
July 2 2017
"What's next?" That is the question that drives professionals to seek advice, consider their options and plan for the future... View More
April 2 2017
Keeping workouts fresh is important for your clients and for you!... View More
Jan. 1 2017
With the personal training profession on the rise, differentiating yourself is increasingly important. Naturally, you hope that your professional qualifications will do the trick. Thus, you may feel t

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