If you use a Personal Trainer, how much do you pay per hour?
$65/hour...been working with trainers for five years but now finally ready to strike out on my own. I learned so much!
I'm a personal trainer and I charge $20 per hour as I train my clients from my home gym. However, if you look to get a personal trainer at a commercial gym, you can expect to pay $40 an hour.
Never heard of anyone charging less than $60/hour for coming to your home. Most charge around $75.
Jared: Sounds like you need to up your charges!
I am competitive with my pricing. I charge what I need to live and help people transform their bodies and lives, because it's what I am passionate about. In a perfect world, more people would give more for less.
Wow! More power to you! That's extremely low, but you say that your price is competitive. I guess location is a factor as well. I live out in the boonies, and we charge at least 3 times that much.
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