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    How much would a personal trainer and/or nutritionist cost?

    I do realize they probably vary a lot in price range, but what would be a good, somewhat average price for one?
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    Originally Posted by wifi View Post
    I do realize they probably vary a lot in price range, but what would be a good, somewhat average price for one?
    Where are you? Beverly Hills? Fargo North Dakota? New York? Kansas City, MO ?
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    Originally Posted by askthetrainer View Post
    Where are you? Beverly Hills? Fargo North Dakota? New York? Kansas City, MO ?
    I live in Canada, fairly small city nowhere fancy..... a place comparable to ND
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    Originally Posted by wifi View Post
    I do realize they probably vary a lot in price range, but what would be a good, somewhat average price for one?
    It depends on their level of experience and whether you what a good trainer or not. Also, an independent trainer may costs differently from a trainer that works for a gym.

    I'd say an average independent trainer makes $50-$70/session, while those at a gym may be 75-90/session. Of course, you may end up paying a lot less for gym trainers if you buy in bulk (5, 10, 20, 50, 100 sessions at once, etc.)
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    Originally Posted by Rap_Rocky View Post
    It depends on their level of experience and whether you what a good trainer or not. Also, an independent trainer may costs differently from a trainer that works for a gym.

    I'd say an average independent trainer makes $50-$70/session, while those at a gym may be 75-90/session. Of course, you may end up paying a lot less for gym trainers if you buy in bulk (5, 10, 20, 50, 100 sessions at once, etc.)
    seems like a lot... I basically would like someone who can tell me what i should be eating, correct my form once in a while and motivate me to go when i should.... is there such thing as trainers who train groups of people all at once?
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    Originally Posted by wifi View Post
    seems like a lot... I basically would like someone who can tell me what i should be eating, correct my form once in a while and motivate me to go when i should.... is there such thing as trainers who train groups of people all at once?
    Yeah, it's called aerobics class. Goto your local YMCA and see if they have a class called "Body Pump."
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    Originally Posted by askthetrainer View Post
    Yeah, it's called aerobics class. Goto your local YMCA and see if they have a class called "Body Pump."
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    Originally Posted by wifi View Post
    I do realize they probably vary a lot in price range, but what would be a good, somewhat average price for one?
    There's a lot of cheap trainers out there. Check craigslist
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    Originally Posted by wifi View Post
    seems like a lot... I basically would like someone who can tell me what i should be eating, correct my form once in a while and motivate me to go when i should.... is there such thing as trainers who train groups of people all at once?
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    Originally Posted by wifi View Post
    I do realize they probably vary a lot in price range, but what would be a good, somewhat average price for one?
    I believe the average price for personal training in Canada is around $50/hr. Obviously the cost matters but more importantly I would search for a good trainer. Ideally but not necessarily, someone with a degree/degrees in a related field, someone with good credentials and someone with experience. Obviously there are other attributes you would want to investigate when looking for a personal trainer.

    Just because some costs $200/hr doesn't mean he is better than someone charging $35/hr, saying that, I wouldn't just see a personal traininer because he charged $35/hr, a few dollars less than another individual (for example).

    I'd call your local gyms, rec centres and search craigslist and see what comes up and then compare their qualifications/experience to their price, determine how much you can afford and go from there.
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    time for dollars, depends on who you hire

    Some trainers will scrap up any client just to make a buck, but quality is expensive. My 3 nutritionists who work for me charge 60 for 45 minutes, those are my rates but i live in the bay area.
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