By Carol Trehearn
Are you the gym buff out of all your friends? Do they come to you for advice when they want to lose weight or gain muscle?
If you love the gym and fitness and you have a talent for helping others, becoming a personal trainer could be the next move you make. There are many benefits to becoming a personal trainer, whether you work for yourself or a gym.
Always Staying Healthy: To promote a good image as a personal trainer you need to practice what you preach, right? This means you will always have that motivation to stay fit and healthy, and whether you train your clients from home or the gym, the equipment will always be available to you.
There is always time to sneak a quick workout in in-between clients or at the end of the day before you go home.
If you build up food menus to help clients with diet, then you’ll have a fresher understanding of what you should be eating yourself. Not only will you be looking after your own health, but you will be getting paid for it. For more information on personal trainer salaries visit healthcaresalariesguide.com
Having a Career You Are Passionate About: If you look forward to going to the gym after work, you love exercise or you’re obsessed with Instagram-ing your next healthy meal, you are already halfway to becoming a personal trainer.
If helping people reach their fitness goals sounds more appealing than your current job then what are you waiting for?
Waking up in the morning and looking forward to your day at work is much better than dragging yourself out of bed after snoozing your alarm five times. Bringing passion to your personal training career makes a real difference to client satisfaction.
Choosing Your Own Hours: If you do decide to work for yourself, this is a great benefit. No more asking for days off for the next social event or working the same hours every day. This means you can work around your family and social life with less stress. Depending on your clients need there may be times where you need to work early in the morning or late at night, but you have the choice to be flexible.
Remember to put time into your social media for promotion and as another platform for your clients to interact with you too. Taking time to do this is a great, free way to promote yourself and your business, and customers get to see a glimpse of what they could be getting.
Whether you want to help others with their fitness journey, have a real passion for health and fitness, have already been thinking about becoming a personal trainer, or all the above, what are you waiting for? There is always someone out there who needs that extra boost of confidence to get them to where they want to be, they just need you.