Pop-Up Foot Trucks are all the rage today, and some are (perhaps stupidly) referring to them as very much like tech startups. (And really for racial reasons: if the folks starting the pop-up food trucks were black, the people comparing them to tech startups would not be talking about them that way: truth.)

But that aside, if a popular eatery can be established from a food truck, why not a popular personal training business? Organizations like Gold’s Gym have personal trainers who share the revenue they make with the gym franchise owner.

Like once Oakland Personal Trainer Megan Avalon:

But for the business-savvy trainer, why deal with a gym chain? Why not get a truck, find a local park, set up an online presence complete with the requisite social media platforms, and go to work in establishing a Pop-Up Personal Training business?

I’ve never seen anyone do this, but it’s a good idea.

Stay tuned.

By Zennie Abraham

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