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    Default How Much Does A Personal Trainer Earn?

    Can someone tell me how much I can expect to earn as a new personal trainer?

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    I pay my personal trainer £ 15 an hour and we do five 2 hour exercise sessions a week. I know he has about 8 more clients in my gym and he has some more clients outside the gym as well, privet clients whit their own gym. I assume he would charge them more then me. Anyway, he does not have a second job and he drives 2 years old Lotus Elise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lasut View Post
    Can someone tell me how much I can expect to earn as a new personal trainer?
    As a new personal trainer who has just finished the course and started working for the gym, you should not expect to get more that £ 10 an hour. To make good money as a personal trainer you must work for yourself but how much you make will depend on how many clients you can get, it is like with any other business then. It sure will be difficult at the beginning but if you are good then people will start recommending you and so on.

    I am not a personal trainer myself and I don’t even exercise, my opinion is just form business point of view.

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    The personal trainer at my gym earns 12k a year.

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    Really, you earn as much as you want. You have to market yourself and your services. If you are good at it (both training and marketing), then you can make $20, 000, $30, 000 or more a year. You have to find clients.

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    It depends on how much service he provide.

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    I believe personal trainers earn quite a lot of money. It depends on your experience level I believe.
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    It depends what exactly do you offer. Gor example I payed my PT avout 20 pounds per 1h.

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    I have 2 friends who both have personal trainers at their gym. One pays £14/hour and the other £11/hour which seems quite good rates. I think it depends on the person really, and also how much they will be working out at the gym.

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    At my gym personal pay 12/hour.

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    A few years ago I started going to the gym but never say any real progress so I decided to hire a personal trainer. I payed him around $15/hour, but I'm not sure what the average rate is, I suppose you can charge more if your really good. In my opinion, it was worth the money and I'd have paid a bit more actually for him, so there you go

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    It depends upon your service and area, A personal trainer gets enough opportunities to develop his or her skills by providing training. It is one of the best profession.

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    It depends from area, gym, services 20-40

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