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Potential Earnings and How Much to Charge

This is for home personal training

How much to charge:

In terms of charging an hourly rate, start with the end in mind. You need to charge what you will be happy charging when you are busy and having to turn people away, as you cannot put your prices up at this point.

How much you charge is very dependent upon how affluent your area is, and this will vary greatly across the country.

You will be able to research what the good personal trainers in your area are charging and this is what you should charge. Be confident and don’t apologise for your prices; they are reasonable and since as a mobile PT you have travel time and fuel expenses to consider, this is fine.

Potential Earnings

I base the next potential earnings on a mobile personal trainer in Cambridge charging £35 per hour, which is very reasonable.

If you work hard at promotions and follow the advice on this site you should achieve between 15 and 20 sessions per week.

£35 x 15 = £525 per week

£35 x 20 = £700 per week

Based on a 48-year week, this works out at between £25,200 and £33,600 per year, before tax.

These numbers do not take into consideration any cancellations or clients going on holiday. These thing do happen and so the numbers will vary. It does, however, give you a good perspective on what you can expect to earn.

It should take you on average 3 months to get to 12 sessions per week and then another 3 to get to 18 per week. You need to work hard for the first 6 months to build a good foundation of regular, satisfied clients.

If you want to compare these predicted earnings with a gym PT, click the following link:

Gym personal trainer – potential earnings

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