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[PODCAST] How to Get Started With Video At Your Gym w/ Chris Perilli


Chris Perilli is owner of PixelMobb and an all-around expert when it comes to making videos in the fitness industry. In Episode 14 of The Gym Owner’s Guide To The Galaxy, Chris will explain why video is such an important part of marketing your gym, how to create your very first video, and even which common mistakes to avoid. He’ll also recommend has favorite apps and add-ons to help take your video quality to the next level.

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Links mentioned in this episode:

Action Life Media MCAM
Pro Beast Grip Pro

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John Rougeux

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