How Much Money Does a Personal Trainer Make?

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Personal trainers can earn anywhere from $24,000 to $100,000 per year, as it depends on whether they work for a larger corporation or whether they work freelance. Calculate a personal trainer's salary with tips from a fitness facility manager in this free video on exercise.

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Now as far as an income for a personal trainer and how much they can make, just like with everything else it's going to depend on how much effort you put in to it, and just how bad you want it. Now at different places and stuff like that you have compensations for just being a trainer, you have compensations for selling personal training and training different sessions. You also have compensation for the amount of certifications that you get to as well. So it has a very generalized answer as far as how much money do personal trainers make. They can make any where from twenty-four to one hundred thousand. If you're a good business person, and you have your own contacts and you have the resources to open your own studio, or rent out a studio or something like that, you're able to make more money. Because now you don't have to pay anything except for rent. Whereas people that work for different corporations they don't necessarily have to pay rent, but they only get the percentage of the package or they get a percentage of the hourly that the training itself cost to as well. So it's going to depend on how much you work, what kind of compensation package the company that you're working for has or how much you're going to charge for personal training yourself if that's what you're going to do. So it's a very generalized question, so it can range from anything. You can make anywhere from you know twenty thousand dollars a year, twenty-four thousand dollars a year to any where to one hundred and fifty, one hundred and sixty thousand dollars a year. It's just going to depend on you, how much education you have, how many people and clients that you have, and how much you're charging them.


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