Occurrence form coverage is something we’ve touched on a lot in our ongoing blog series but if you’re new to Insure Fitness (welcome!) or just exploring your personal trainer insurance options, you may have never come across this term. So why is occurrence form so vital for today’s trainers? We’ll deep dive into this crucial policy provision that can mean the difference between full and complete coverage versus zero coverage for the exact same claim event.
Being an online trainer is flexible, rewarding, and combines what you’re passionate about with one of the greatest gifts of all—the option to work from home as so many need to during these times.
As a professional personal trainer, especially when starting out, you will most often find yourself approached by potential clients that have never embarked on any kind of serious fitness journey. Many will have never touched a barbell, dumbbell or resistance machine, nor have the slightest clue where to begin.
In recent years there has been a meteoric rise in personal training that is conducted with clients completely online. Since these sessions aren’t in person, many trainers may decide to forego purchasing personal trainer liability insurance.
Because I have been in the fitness industry for nearly 30 years now, I tend to receive many questions about how one should go about setting up their own personal training business. One of the more common queries involves “how to go about determining what to charge per session.”
Whether you’ve been in the personal training business for decades or you’re just starting out in the exciting world of fitness training, you’re likely already privy to one of the most notable trends in the industry—virtual personal trainers.
Think about the last time you had to make a choice about purchasing a product or a service from a new company or brand you had no prior experience with. Really ask yourself—what exactly did you do before you made a purchasing decision?
We’ve concocted this little article to help you take steps toward approaching your career, your talents, your salary, and your expertise honestly. Are you ready to stop selling yourself short and start making the money you deserve for the career you love? Use these 3 tips to make more money as a personal trainer.
As one of the fastest-growing industries – and arguably one of the healthiest career choices you can make – personal training and fitness instruction