Peter Hull is the founder and managing director of Fitstop, a functional strength and conditioning studio franchise that is helping people of all ages and fitness levels reach their fitness goals all over the world. In this episode of the Forbes Books Podcast, Joe Pardavila talks to Peter about his passion for health and fitness, why he’s dedicated his career to helping people live healthier, happier lives, and what the future of fitness looks like. Peter shares his personal story of how he transformed his own life through fitness, and how he hopes to inspire others to do the same. He also talks about the importance of community and how Fitstop is creating a space where people can come together to support each other on their fitness journey. This is an uplifting and inspiring episode that will leave you feeling motivated to get moving and live a healthier life. So listen in and learn from one of the world’s leading experts on fitness!
About Peter Hull: Peter is the Founder and Managing Director of Fitstop, a leading innovative and fast-growth functional fitness franchise. With a purpose built around impacting the lives of members through athlete-inspired, evidence-based training, Fitstop has fast become the Home of Functional Fitness. Peter’s invaluable knowledge of the dynamic health and fitness industry and experience training elite athletes resulted in the launch of the Fitstop Franchise in 2017, allowing Peter to positively impact members’ and business owners’ lives on a larger scale.
Passionate about performance and progression, Peter positioned Fitstop ahead of the curve by significantly investing in technology and customer engagement solutions to drive business performance. Through leading technology supporting member experience, owner management and driving leading strength and conditioning training, Pete’s vision to inspire communities to move more to live more has come to life. Now, Pete and the Fitstop team are on a mission to create this same impact in communities around the world.
Hosted By: Joe Pardavila