Jason Khalipa in San Jose, California) is an American professional CrossFit Games athlete and 2008 CrossFit Games champion.Khalipa also received the Spirit of the Games award at the 2009 CrossFit Games and is the founder of NCFIT (formerly NorCal CrossFit).
Recent episodes featuring Jason Khalipa
Episode 79 | Jason Khalipa | Goal Setting, Planning & Accountability
Business of Fitness with Jason Khalipa
Today's solo cast is short, sweet, and to the point. That said, you're probably going to want to listen to it two or three times to get all of the information out of it. Jason explains some of the best and most effective business practices we've implemented at NCFIT, and shares how to adopt them into your own business. Often times we can get overwhelmed with what to do, how to go about doing it, and executing steps necessary to reach our business goals. With all of the business mentoring programs out there, it's hard to decipher what is helpful and what is just spinning our wheels. In this episode, Jason, provides tangible, daily, weekly, and monthly interventions that can help keep your business on track and growing to it's full potential. At the end of the day, there's no substitution for hard work! We challenge you to adopt one (or more) of these practices for the next 90 days and watch your business transform. Keep rising the tides, team!
Episode78 | Ruben Rojas | Do What You Love
Business of Fitness with Jason Khalipa
Today's guest, Ruben Rojas, is an absolute legend. Trading in his suit for a paintbrush, Ruben became a full-time, professional artist two years ago. Through his artwork, Ruben strives to share the message of love with others and beautify communities. Ruben gets real on this episode and shares what it was like to follow his true love and passion. That said, with years in the financial space, Ruben was no stranger to hardwork, dedication, and strategic business moves. Ruben is a true testament to what it means to do what you love, and be successful doing so.
Episode 77 | MDV | Difference Maker
Business of Fitness with Jason Khalipa
Since launching the NCFIT Collective, it's session plans, and programming, we have been asked about the consequences of multiple gyms offering the same workouts as one another. Isn't the power in the programming? Doesn't offering the same program water down the product? Our simple answer: no. Today Jason and MDV tackle these pressing questions, and outline what really makes the difference between a good gym and a great gym. A little hint... it's not the workouts. Sit back, take some notes on this one gym owners, and get ready to level up your business.
Episode 67 | Joe Gigantino | Profit Isn't A Bad Word
Business of Fitness with Jason Khalipa
Today is all about increasing profit! Joe Gigantino is an OG when it comes to the fitness industry, and truly knows what it means to “always be closing.” Working in the fitness industry, we’re put in the unique position to exponentially increase profit, and in today’s episode, Joe breaks down how to do just that. If you’re ready to get up, grind, and improve your business—get fired up for today’s show, it’s for you!
Episode 66 | Patric Yumul |  How to Provide the Best Service, Hands Down
Business of Fitness with Jason Khalipa
This episode was originally aired on Shrugged Collective on 9/5/19 The Michael Mina restaurants’ sparkling reputations are unparalleled. Today Jason sits down with President of the Michael Mina Group, Patric Yumul, to discuss how the multi-location franchise has managed to streamline consistency across locations and provide a premium service. By promoting growth through structure and leading by example, the Mina Group provides a culture where employees flourish and customers reap the benefits. Whether you’re in the business of fitness, food and beverage, or anywhere in between, today’s episode has tangible takeaways for anyone aiming to be a successful business owner.
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Birthdate
Oct 2nd, 1985
Episode Count
173
Podcast Count
37
Total Airtime
3 days, 17 hours