If you’re thinking a personal trainer job is where you’re headed then we’d expect you to be closely considering your personal trainer salary and what you can expect to earn for your efforts.
The gym sector has seen expansion in its service offerings over recent years which has seen the market open up to new fitness concepts. Today national gyms, budget gyms, boutique services, niche fitness centres and private personal training studios all now feature in the market. This is good news for personal trainers keen to enter the industry, advance their careers and develop their personal trainer salary reaching the £50k level and beyond.
Interested? Read on and explore how it’s done.
What it takes to earn a £50k personal trainer salary
To begin let’s do some basic number crunching.
To achieve a salary of £50k a Personal Trainer needs to consistently turnover £4167 per month. Allowing for 4 weeks holiday this equates to £1042 per week or 26 hours per week selling their time at £40 per hour. If that sounds realistic and achievable for you then read on as we have picked the brains of our leading PT’s at the Academy of Fitness Professionals to identify some top business tips that they have used to boost their income to achieve such a salary.