all i see is the pay sucks whats the actual salary for personal trainers at gyms such as lifetime,LA Fitness and golds gym
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Travis99 is right on.
You can be a great trainer but if no body knows who you are you wont have many or any clients.
You have to be just as good marketing yourself as you are a trainer IMO.
Once you get a decent client base and your good word of mouth from clients will kick in and you amy eventually get more clients than you can handle.
I feel being on your own is the best way to go but just getting experience from working at a regular gym could help before you step out on your own.
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