Depending on where you live…
The average rate for the ‘average’ personal trainer is about £30 per hour
Which, compared to the national minimum wage of £7.50, is actually pretty good
However, for MOST personal trainers?
This money is NEVER guaranteed
Not when client cancellations are involved
Sickness, holidays and traffic can ALL affect your income
And even IF you’ve got a twenty-four hour ‘cancellation policy’ in place…
How many times will your clients pay, before they get p*ssed off at the situation?
In my experience?
This, is just ONE of the many reasons why I think ALL personal trainers should own a bootcamp
And that’s EXACTLY what I teach in my ‘Marketing Muscle Inner Circle’:
You’ll receive a business model that will allow you to make £200 per hour, for EVERY hour you work
Plus, that money will be GUARANTEED, no matter how many people cancel on the day
And I’ll tell you more
Paul ‘Pay Rise’ Mort
PS – If you’d rather work in a fully equipped gym, with mirrors and air conditioning…
That’s cool, bro
I get it
But unless you OWN that gym?
You’re building your business on someone else’s land
And that, is VERY risky
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Start a bootcamp
Then, fill it
And then, if you still want to work in a gym?
Open up your own facility…
(You’ll have the money to do it)
And take your bootcamp members inside
If that sounds like a plan?
And I’ll show you how to get started