Local Sweat Pink Chapters are run by passionate volunteer chapter leaders and their tribe. We work closely with every chapter leader to support their efforts and grow Sweat Pink in their city.
If you're interested in starting a Sweat Pink Chapter in your city or region we'd love to hear from you! Please read through the following information to learn more about how Sweat Pink Chapters work, and fill out the interest form if it seems like a good fit.
Becoming a Sweat Pink Chapter Leader:
“Being a Chapter Leader in San Diego has been so much fun. I’ve met some amazing people and I’ve had the opportunity to connect with other fitness and healthy living enthusiasts and bloggers. The Sweat Pink community is so supportive and I’m so glad I found it.” -Erica, Sweat Pink San Diego
"Sweat Pink has shown me how wonderful it is to link fitness minded people with local businesses to promote a healthy lifestyle. I have met so many fabulous people and I love how this opens up doors for anyone looking for ways to connect in the fitness industry !" -Christie, Sweat Pink Scottsdale
Q: What will I do as a Chapter Leader?
- Plan group activities: Some clubs have meetings. We prefer to get sweaty. As a chapter leader we will provide you with the tools and resources to bring an incredible group of people together. We love hanging out with other SPAs over yoga, hiking, running, and more. What do you love to do to be active and connect with others? This is your space space to be creative and have some fun.
- Spread the word: Plan events and share via social media. Spread the word about the awesome #sweatpink community and meet like-minded women in your city.
- Set goals for your chapter: Want to run a ½ marathon with friends? Fundraise for a local charity? Share these goals with your chapter and work toward them together.
- Build partnerships: To continue Sweat Pink’s mission of connecting influencers with health, fitness, and lifestyle brands, we encourage you to connect with local brands and small businesses. Check out the Chapter Manual for helpful tips for outreach. The Fit Approach team is happy to help!
Q: Can there be a co-leader?
A: Absolutely! The more the merrier. A co-leader can also help with planning and spreading the word about events. We do require at least one point of contact for each chapter.
Q: What is the time commitment?
A: There is no definitive time required to run a Sweat Pink chapter. We recommend one event a month and that you invest enough time to make your chapter a solid and welcoming community.
Q: How many events can I host?
A: Let’s start with one event per month. As your group and attendance grows, you are more than welcome to plan more! Check out the Chapter Manual for fun ideas for your next event.
Q: Who can attend events?
A: Including Sweat Pink Ambassadors in Chapter Events is a great place to start! Beyond that, we encourage you to open the community up to other fitness and healthy living enthusiasts. We always encourage event attendees to it make it official by applying to be a Sweat Pink Ambassador too.
Q: Is Sweat Pink women only?
A: Nope! We do tend to attract mostly women, but our events and community are inclusive of all people.
Q: Do I need to be a certified fitness instructor?
A: You do not need to be certified fitness instructor. However, if you plan to lead a group exercise class for the group, it is recommended that you have the proper certifications and insurance in the type of fitness you will be instructing.
Q: What does it cost to start a chapter?
A: There is no cost to start a chapter. After submitting your “Start a Chapter” request we will set up time to chat, get to know you, and help get you started!
Let's chat! Please fill out the interest form here and our team will reach out to schedule some time to chat.
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