How much does a personal trainer make? A personal trainer earns an average salary for their position. Fitness workers instruct and motivate individuals or groups in exercise, including aerobic cardiovascular exercise, stretching and strength training exercise. Fitness workers work in country clubs, health clubs, yoga and Pilates studios, resorts, hospitals, universities, and clients' homes. Fitness workers may also be employed by companies to maintain the health of their employees through regular exercise programs. Fitness workers generally specialize in only a few areas of fitness.
Personal trainers are fitness experts who work one-on-one or with a small amount of clients, either in the clients homes or in a gym. Personal trainers help clients discover their current level of physical fitness and set goals to reach their optimum fitness. Personal trainers demonstrate how to help clients improve their exercise techniques and how to perform specific exercises. Personal trainers monitor their clients' progress towards their fitness goals and keep records of their clients' exercise sessions. Personal trainers may also advise their clients on additional aspects of fitness such as nutrition and stress relief in order to modify their lifestyles outside of the gym. Personal trainers price their services on the type of training provided. Some personal trainers acquire their own fitness studio, giving the trainer the opportunity to increase their income and manage their time. Outdoor personal training using the clientsŐ local environment is rising in popularity as a method for a personal fitness program.
Fitness and personal trainers often work part-time hours for their jobs, fitness workers may increase their hours by working at a number of clients' homes or at several different fitness facilities. Fitness workers must be certified to provide services. Personal trainers and fitness workers are expected to have growth in their industry, much faster than the average for all occupations. Personal trainers and fitness workers will have good job opportunities due to the focus on personal health in the U.S. and the popularity of physical fitness shown by continued job growth in fitness facilities and health clubs. Personal trainers and fitness workers job growth will increase 29 percent over 2008Đ2018.
How much does a personal trainer make per hour?
A May 2009 Bureau of Labor Statistics report shows the median hourly wages for personal trainers was $16.99.
Industry Hourly Wage
Other Amusement and Recreation
Civic and Social Organizations $14.68
Other Schools and Instruction $14.24
Local Government (OES Designation) $16.32
General Medical and Surgical Hospitals $16.80
How much does a personal trainer make per year?
The median yearly salary for personal trainers according to a May 2009 Bureau of Labor Statistics report was $35,340.
Industry Annual Wage
Other Amusement and Recreation
Civic and Social Organizations $30,540
Other Schools and Instruction $29,610
Local Government (OES Designation) $33,950
General Medical and Surgical Hospitals $34,940