Maik Wiedenbach Builds A 7 Figure Business During A Pandemic
NYC's top personal trainer, author, and Olympic-level swimmer, Maik Wiedenbach, was able to turn the pandemic into a business opportunity.
But, from being bankrupt a year back, Maik pushed his gym to new heights within one year. Today, his business is bigger than during pre-covid times, with better custom-made equipment and new clients to cater to.
Voted Best Personal Trainer
His company was voted again " best Personal Trainer " in NYC for the year 2021.
On the first anniversary of COVID-19 hitting the city of New York, Maik shared his personal experiences and gave tips on sustaining a business during a crisis. Firstly, he advises to stop listening to the news or getting affected by negative political commentaries to focus on the business. He also stresses the importance of self-confidence rather than waiting for the arrival of stimulus checks.
However, the most important factor in building a business is a product that customers like, which can be sold again. In Maik's case, it was providing expert fitness training to people who were stuck indoors due to the pandemic.
"Our main aim is to get you in shape no matter what, so when we couldn't play with our equipment courtesy of Covid, we went to parks with bodyweights and bands. We weren't proud; we took city bikes and trained people in Long Island City, Astoria, Central Park, and Downtown. This is how we built trust and credibility,"
About the Company: Maik Wiedenbach is a renowned fitness trainer with an endless list of accomplishments and titles. He is an NYU professor, Olympic-level swimmer, Musclemania champion with thousands of subscribers, fans, and followers on his social media accounts. Being an athlete for over two decades, Maik has tried and tested every fitness and nutritional strategy there is. Today, he shares his valuable knowledge through an individualized workout and diet plans, weekly newsletters, exclusive gym membership, and 24/7 e-mail support. Maik has also authored books on building muscle strength and fitness levels. He relies on scientific facts rather than fad diets, overpriced medications, and unhealthy supplements. During the pandemic, he has been providing online training sessions for the benefit of people stuck indoors.