Blogs about Finance

Monday, January 19, 2015 • Salmon Arm, BC V1E 2S7, CA
PTBJJ Insight
In a little over a year since I became a full-time trainer for the YMCA, I've been approached by seven individuals who have a business proposal (creating a side business) that will supposedly grant me financial freedom.  I've often found these individuals to be a bit ignorant in what is permissible for a personal trainer.  Most of them are unaware of the fact that I do have a scope of practice to follow.  Most of them just assume that because I am a personal trainer, that whatever they have to sell (health products, supplements, drinks, etc.), will be an easy sell to
Monday, August 06, 2012 • Herndon, VA 20171
S.P.A.R.T.A. Blog
I was a trainer for a long time.  Now, I train other trainers in technical and business systems.  More importantly, teach them how to effectively combine the two.  At my peak, I had 76 clients all to myself while managing other trainers and a facility.   Many busy trainers talk about training 8 or 10 clients a day.  I’d come in Monday mornings and have 26 appointments scheduled straight through the day.  I’d end up with 190-200 individual sessions performed every 2 week pay period.  That was actually too much to a point where it started to