5 Figure Monthly Income As A Group Body Fitness Ex
One of the great results from becoming a personal exercise fitness trainer cum group exercise instructor is that your income will develop as you develop. Of course, how much money you generate will be entirely up to you and your skills. Coming out with great workouts program and giving weight lose motivation.
The more skillful you are, the more you can hope to charge your clients, but, only in a legitimate way. Never try to influence your clients to pay for more than you can give them. Teaching body fitness exercise or helping others acheive their goal can provide you with an income that will entirely depend on how much effort you are willing to put into it.
Some Instructors can command as much as $250 per client, although, on average, an Instructor might earn up to $80 per client or per class. Your fee will be based on your experience, knowledge, and popularity as an exercise fitness trainer. When you feel ready to up your fee to $250 per client, you must then prove yourself worthy of such a sum.
Following is an estimate of how much income you can generate in your profession in the fitness industry:
For a minimum rate of $50 (on the low end) per client/class, per hour and 2 client/classes a day. You will earn $100.
Multiply that by 5 (the number of days in a week) and you'll be looking at an income of $500 per week, or $2,000 per month.
And, that's just only for two hours a day. So you can see that the potential for earning a substantial income is great.
How about a five-figure monthly income? Not too shabby, is it? Teaching body fitness exercise as an income-generating activity? Why not? Okay, let's do the Math again. Of course, whatever you earn depends on how much time you're willing to invest. Suppose we look at a person who, as a body fitness exercise professional, works six days per week, with an average of five clients/classes per day.
*Five classes at $50 per hour = $250.00
Six days per week = $1,500.00
Earnings per month = $6,000.00
But, see, here we are only figuring a rate of $50, which is the norm for someone just starting out in the club fitness industry. Of course, as you gain experience and knowledge, your hourly rate will increase in a natural way to a range of between $70 and $100.
However, if you are teaching a client/class at the rate of $80 per hour, your income should be:
*Five classes at $80 per hour = $400
Five days per week = $2,400
Potential monthly earnings = $9,600
The potential to earn a five-figure income is truly great, but, wait! Let's just say that you add two more clients/classes per week. What sort of income will that generate? You are looking at an income that approximates $2,560 per week, or $10,240 per month!!!
As I mentioned before, your hourly rate will increase even as you gain experience and as your popularity improves. This means, naturally, that you must put all your effort and diligence to play. The potential for a very comfortable style of living is great, but, it's up to you to provide the drive and the hard work. TRUST ME - THIS TYPE OF INCOME IS VERY POSSIBLE!!! Make no mistake about that.
With fitness centers opening everywhere in the world, especially Asia, the opportunities abound for a charismatic leader who can provide clients with the best that You can offer.