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How to make clients want to buy your training without hard selling them

If there is one thing almost every trainer has in common, it’s their innate distaste for the word “sales”. Whether you work at a commercial gym where quotas are rammed down your throat every month, at a private studio where you can train as you please, or own your own personal training business, sales are a reality we all have…
December 20, 2016
General AdvicePersonal Training BusinessSalesUncategorized

How much should personal trainers charge?

How much should personal trainers charge?    It’s a question I get asked all the time from new personal trainers, even established ones. "How much should I charge for a personal training session?" New trainers can be uneasy at the mere mention of the topic of what to charge for personal training and established trainers sometimes still find themselves charging the same rate…
October 30, 2016
Personal Training BusinessSalesSuccess and PhilosophyUncategorized

Should You Be an Employed Personal Trainer or Go It Alone?

There are so many things to think about when starting your career as a personal trainer: Do you specialise in a specific area, or just coach general population clients? What continuing education certifications should you do? Is there any need for a mentor or business coach, or can you learn everything online and from books? And the biggie – should…
July 27, 2016