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Congratulations on your decision to start your career as a Personal Trainer!

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You are entering a field that is fast paced and in high demand and there has never been a better time to start or grow your career so you can earn a top Personal Trainer salary!

Many people think that the only way to make money as a Personal Trainer is by getting your Personal Trainer license and then getting hired at a local commercial gym. Sadly, this used to be the case…

Now many smart trainers and entrepreneurs (like you!) know that there are other opportunities to make money online while still getting to work with clients doing what you love most! That is why this site was created. 

Our mission is to help you become a financially successful Personal Trainer so you can leverage your time in the gym in order to enjoy more time outside of the gym. That’s right, we want you to multiply your income so that you can make money as a Personal Trainer passively. 

This site will give you ideas, show you solutions that work, and get you started on the road to increasing your Personal Trainer salary! 

 

Job Description for a Personal Trainer

Most Personal Trainers work in a gym or health club and spend their time working with clients either working out or in an office during a consultation. Trainers can work with clients one-on-one or in groups. Personal Trainers must also choose if they want to be employed in a gym or become self-employed. 

 

Duties

Personal Trainers meet with clients before they begin working with them to gain a better understanding of the client's goal, like losing weight or gaining muscle mass. They may also give clients a tour of the facility and show them some of the workouts they may do. At this initial meeting, the trainer may also go over the charges for the personal training services and discuss payment plans.

Personal Trainers meet with clients to discuss goals, expectations like losing weight or gaining muscle, and limitations such as injuries or recovering from surgery. Personal Trainers will show potential clients the facilities that they will be working out in and discuss the cost of their services and payment options. 

A Personal Trainer will then design and customize a workout plan or routine to fit the needs of the client. Plans may focus on weight training, cardiovascular training, exercise circuits, and any other combination of workouts. Personal Trainers will instruct clients on how to perform the exercises and correct their form when necessary. A Personal Trainer may also give diet and nutrition suggestions to compliment the client’s fitness plan.  

 

Salary Info and Employment Outlook

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) predicts that jobs for fitness trainers and instructors should will increase by 13% from 2012-2022. This level of job growth is a reflection of the growing awareness of the benefits of a healthy lifestyle. The mean average salary of Personal Trainer was $33,020 in 2013 according to the data supplied by the BLS. 

 

How to Become a Personal Trainer

You can easily become a Personal Trainer in most cases with a high school diploma and a certification class. Classes typically cover anatomy, nutrition, and physiology. Students may also take lab courses that teach them how to observe and correct clients form and monitor increases in strength and flexibility.  

 

Certification

There are many organizations that offer Personal Trainer Certifications online, through the mail, and in person at live classes. You can learn about them and look at some of your options to see which one is right for you.