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I get it. You’re passionate about exercising and you want to share that with others. Plus a bunch of your friends and neighbors like the idea of training with you versus dealing with the long commute to their current gym or maybe they don’t train at all but think that it would be easier to get started if they did it with you. Hmm. Is this a good idea? There are a number of considerations for the enterprising garage gym owner to consider before throwing up a business profile on Google+ and hanging a sign on the mailbox. I already talked about some of the other pitfalls like having to adjust your schedule. Today we cover your gym’s identity and coaching philosophy. As Rick Daman points out in a post we reblogged from EliteFTS.com, your coaching facility should be a place where work is accomplished, goals are met, and pride is instilled. Check out the full post at the link below: