Finding a personal trainer job with no experience doesn’t have to be difficult. Click here to find out how to land a training gig right out of the classroom.
The quest for your first personal trainer job can be challenging. But as motivators, personal trainers know anything is within their grasp if they can just figure out how to do it.
Still, it can seem almost impossible to find that first gig. You may not know where to get the necessary certifications, and if you do, you won’t know where to find jobs and people to work with. You may also have trouble finding ways in which you’re unique and can benefit potential clients.
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Get Ahead in the Personal Training Business
Personal training is a rewarding career that allows you to bring out the best in people. Check out these tips to jumpstart a personal training business.
You go into the personal training business because you love helping people get and stay fit.
But it’s important to realize that to be successful in any business, you must wear lots of hats. To crush the competition, you need to know how to develop a plan, brand yourself, build client relationships and position yourself in the industry.
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Curious about the earning potential for certified personal trainers? Here’s what you need to know about your future personal trainer salary.
According to CNN Money, the median personal trainer salary comes out to $56,000 per year. The higher end is $128,000 per year. However, there is a ten-year job projection of 24% growth. Which makes it an in-demand profession.
A personal trainer is someone who helps people in single and/or group sessions accomplish their fitness goals. The trainer serves as their exercise coach, as she ensures they maintain proper techniques.
She may also serve as an amateur therapist (as one article points out). Clients may need an ear to vent their worries and fears behind their fitness goals.
That being said, anyone can enter this profession—which makes it both a pro and a con.
The pro being you don’t technically “need” any post-secondary education or certificates. The con is, the pool is competitive. So, in that respect, you kind of do.
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