Regarding personal training rates, there are two basic fee structures – hourly and flat-fee contract service agreements. There are certain trainers who use either one of them and there are others who combine both of them. Frankly, it is a great idea to provide various service agreements and hourly rates, however, it is best to avoid providing many as it might leave prospective clients in confusion.
The fees structure should be simple and there needs to be sufficient options that can easily suit the client’s budget and requirement for fitness. What you pay is what you get. Experienced trainers charge high as they come with experience and make sure safety isn’t compromised. Trainers who charge low aren’t well certified, lack insurance coverage etc.
For example, if we are working with the client at their home, we are likely to travel to their home and the travel time cannot be billable. So, it means we must take into account the realistic aspects of the training. In addition, we need to take into account the time spent in doing administrative work, and these aren’t billed to the end client too.
Now while calculating your training fees, we need to add aspects like insurance premium paid, which can be once or two times in a year. There are so many factors and costs involved that clients do not see. We at EzFit would like to educate them that we at least are in the private sector and the whole team is continually upgrading their skills to better help clients with their health problems.
We have changed so many lives of people globally so we are proud of what we do. We help those who seek our help. It is a 2 way communication street so things either work or they don’t. Ask for a discounted trial session to see if you like the approach we have. Get in touch with us for your health goals for 2018!