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    Indefinate Personal Training?

    Hello,

    I am a member of a large chain gym, and I have had a personal trainer there since December (about 60 days now). At the start, I was about 100 pounds overweight. With her help (2x a week), I have lost significant weight (about 25 pounds so far), and she's better then other trainer's I've had in the past years.

    I renewed for another batch of sessions, as I still have more weight loss to go. If I reduce to 1 session per week, I can afford to this Personal Training almost indefinitely.

    I guess my questions is, is it common to retain a personal trainer long term? I don't pay for more than 8 sessions at a time, in case things deteriorate or she stops becoming effective. Or what is a typical duration of personal trainer & client relationship?
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    Corporate gym sessions prices

    Originally Posted by Bmuir40 View Post
    Hello,

    I am a member of a large chain gym, and I have had a personal trainer there since December (about 60 days now). At the start, I was about 100 pounds overweight. With her help (2x a week), I have lost significant weight (about 25 pounds so far), and she's better then other trainer's I've had in the past years.

    I renewed for another batch of sessions, as I still have more weight loss to go. If I reduce to 1 session per week, I can afford to this Personal Training almost indefinitely.

    I guess my questions is, is it common to retain a personal trainer long term? I don't pay for more than 8 sessions at a time, in case things deteriorate or she stops becoming effective. Or what is a typical duration of personal trainer & client relationship?
    Usually people will pay 50-60 an hour for a personal trainer. If you buy more sessions, it usually is cheaper because usually people don't stick to more than 8-12 sessions which would be 2-3 sessions per week for a month.
    However, this is how business works. Similar to how if you buy two shirts a store may give you a discount on one of them to make it seem like you are saving money. Some people will hire a trainer for 6 months or a year depending on what they are setting out to achieve. Usually, the people that I have coached have been clients for one month to as long as a year. Once they reach there goal, then my job is done. lol But on average the people who want to reach their goal within 3-6 months depending on how much muscle they want to gain or fat they want to lose.
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