Why Product Gym?

Product Gym started with an idea to help grow the PM community by offering realistic skills, techniques and strategy training to people looking to transition into a product management career.

We are dedicated to providing effective skills instruction and job hunting strategies for the best candidates that want to make a career change or upgrade.

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Our Background

Product Gym (PG) was founded in New York by Technical Recruiter Richard Chen and Product Manager Cody Chang. To create PG, the founders worked backwards from what companies were looking for in candidates and then designed the program to provide those outcomes for employers. This created PG’s distinct curriculum and training process, which is more closely aligned with employment outcomes.

How Are We Different?

There are a few things that set PG apart. Firstly, we are unique among product management training programs in that we focus closely on generating results for our members. This is reflected in who is able to gain membership and how we teach product management and career skills: in a way that is flexible, practical, and effective.

Online Curriculum

Not located in New York City? Not a problem. We have been supporting both in person members in Los Angeles and San Franciscoand remote members since our inception — from Singapore to London! 

Our courses, workshops, and coaching calls are available on live stream and recorded so you never have to miss a class, anywhere you go!

Not Enough Experience?

Don’t sell yourself short. Talk to us first. Our coaches are both veteran Product Managers as well as former Technical Recruiters that specialized in recruiting PM positions.

You might just learn that you are already doing product management work without the official title. We can help you better communicate your experience so it’s relevant to the Product Manager role.

Get More Information About Our Program

Learn more about our Product Management training by connecting to an admissions advisor. Simply complete the form below.