A lot has changed since the days of picking up a few extra clients a month by hanging your business card or flyer up at the gym. Member referrals, word of mouth, and maybe a little bit of traditional advertising helped keep your personal training business booked with clients. Those methods still work, and referrals that come your way from clients you’ve helped achieve health and fitness goals are still the best source of business.Read More >
Leader in Fitness Certification Programs Examines the Income Potential of Professionals in This Booming Industry
Ship Bottom, NJ—October 20, 2016 — American Fitness Professionals & Associates (AFPA), the industry leader in providing health, fitness, and nutrition certification programs to world-class professionals, today announced it is publishing a guide examining the income potential of personal trainers. The e-book, The Ultimate Personal Trainer Salary Guide, is available for free download at https://www.afpafitness.com/ultimate-personal-trainer-salary-guide.Read More >
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Personal trainers, both private and as part of larger organizations, should pay attention to trends in the industry to help position themselves for maximum marketability. Understanding the concerns of potential and existing clients as well as the fitness or nutrition movements that are growing in popularity will help trainers to identify with clients and ultimately, lead to increased revenues.