Post # 1
I’m already a gym member but dnot know how to do to do a lot. I met with a personal trainer today seemingly really like him and feel as though he can push me. We went over prices and I choose 2x a week on a 6 month contract for 272 per month. So that would break down to $34 per half hour session.
i was thinking it was going to be like 10 per 30 minute session lol so wasn’t expecting that.
i know it varies by region but does that seem like a good price or total rip off? I can only workout at a gym since they have child care.
Post # 3
other opinion would be to join that tone it up program so I could have some direction on workouts. They seemed to be high priced but they seem reasonabile
Post # 4
@Allyg: I have a personal trainer and I LOVE him. He motivates me, checks on me throughout the week and tailors our workouts to what I want to work on and can do. For example right now being pregnant we are focusing on overall stability and arms and legs.
I pay $59.00 per session.
Post # 5
@Allyg: That’s quite a good price, if he’s a qualiified trainer. It’s a great price if he has a kinesiology, or sport science, degree.
Post # 6
At my current gym PTs are $90/hour. I’m in a big city in the Northeast so things tend to be on the pricey side.
But if you “click” with your trainer, feel like he has a lot to teach you, and pushes you more than you could do on your own = priceless 🙂
Post # 7
In Vancouver prices for certified trainers will never be below 50/hour but are typicially around $60-90 per hour.
Post # 8
thanks ladies, they do half an hour sessions so it would equal 68 per hour
Post # 9
Seem’s like a pretty good rate! Just make sure you go so you don’t waste money on a contract 🙂 And you’ll learn a lot from having a trainer for awhile, then you can go in on your own after that and do stuff!
Post # 10
Ya I like him a lot and feel like he’ll give me the motivation to go to the gym even on my non training days since he’ll ask