Tracy Minnoch-Nuku is Asia’s ambassador for WIFA (The Women In Fitness Association) and co-founder for FIRE in Malaysia.
We talk about opportunities for women in Asia and breaking barriers, as well as a deeper dive into what it means to recruit, develop and build Rockstar instructors!
- Women in Fitness and what WIFA do
- Why we all need support
- Instead of being fragmented, we can be stronger together
- Are there many barriers for women in the fitness industry in Asia?
- Why having her own business has helped being a mum
- You can become the CEO of your own business
- There isn’t many barriers, just the barriers we put on ourselves
- Differences between how men and women view boutique focused
- The process of developing Rockstar coaches and building them up
- Feedback loop
Welcome to the FBA podcast. I am your host Jack Thomas and in today’s episode we are pleased to welcome back Tracy Minnoch-Nuku for part 2 of our interview.
In today’s chat we delve deeper into what it means to develop Rockstar instructors and if you’re recruiting for great coaches then you really do need to hear what she has to say and what’s worked for her. Her insights are big so go back to part 1 – which is episode 46 – and get up to date on where we’re at so far.
I also love how she uses these terms Rockstars and fans for clients. I think it really helps to build community and kind of makes everyone feel special.
In this episode we also delve into women in fitness in Asia. Tracy is Asia’s ambassador for WIFA and I loved hearing her reflections on how the industry has shifted and changed over the last few decades when it comes to women’s role in fitness.
I learned a lot from Tracy and really enjoyed our chat – if you did too, please do send the link to this episode to someone in the fitness industry who you think will enjoy it. If you really enjoyed it – you can also leave a quick 5-star review which will really help us out a lot.
Here is Tracy for part 2 of our interview…
That wraps up part 2 of our chat. I’d like to take this opportunity to thank Tracy for taking the time to sit down. We’ve kept in touch regularly since our interview and I’m sure she’ll be making another appearance in the future.
If you’d like to contact Tracy then all her details are in the shownotes.
She’s done an amazing job with FIRE so follow them on Instagram and if you’re ever in KL, make sure you pop in for a session. I did when I was last there and had a great session.
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Thanks for listening, have a great week and we’ll catch you next Monday…