How to Be Financially Successful as a Personal Trainer
I’m writing this article from the perspective of an employer who has trained and hired over a hundred personal trainers. I’ve seen people do really well and I’ve coaches completely fail. This information applies universally, so I thought I would share it with coaches world-wide. This is Paul’s guide to becoming the number-one coach at your gym.
A recent job applicant applied for a coaching position, and raised some concerns about how he can be financially successful at Sand & Steel. Afterall, we have really great coaches, and he wanted to make sure he would get enough clients to support his family. A justifiable concern to be sure. In particular, he asked:P
aul if I start @ Sand & Steel, will you automatically assign clients to me? I want to leave Anywhere Fitness because I don’t like having to compete with other coaches. I told him that we don’t assign clients to new coaches. You have to earn them, and here how ….
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Attorney at Law and Professional Personal Trainer
If you are like most coaches I know, you have probably asked yourself — How much do I really need to pay for insurance to cover my Liability?
Individual policies run between $79/year on the low end to $250/yr for comprehensive policies there are lots of options. Here are some of the options you should consider. Continue reading Training Insurance
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Two amazing kettle bell workouts featured from our Bullet Proof Program. Plus 13 Killer Kettle Bell Moves plus a list of over 60 kettle movements/exercises broken down by single and dual configuration.
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1 Make the Commitment
It is your level of commitment that defines your success.
For your first 60 days, it’s all or nothing.
You have to follow this program to the letter for it to work properly. Life is full of temptation, it’s up to you to say no to excuses for breaking your diet, for parties, birthdays, weddings, etc. It’s your body and your life… no one really cares that you didn’t eat that fried chicken. You are an adult and no one can force you to eat anything. Take ownership every time you break this diet… there always was choice… You chose not to prepare or you chose to eat foods not on the program.
Create a goal for yourself. 6-8 pounds this month.
Writing down your goal, and giving yourself a definite time limit to accomplish it forces you to be accountable for your actions. Many people start and stop diets at convenient times, but this causes you to “always” be on a diet.
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