But if I go to you, it'll charge 35(basically a metrocard fee back and forth)
According to Dr. Sal Arria, president of NBFE, the average hourly rate for a trainer is $60-$70 per session. However, trainers can charge as low as $25 per hour, while some high-powered trainers earn as much as $15,000 for a six-week session, depending on geographical location and their experience.
Basically, I'm giving you half of the average, and I'll throw in some discount sessions.
My availability is full time, just let me know asap so we can get started. I've implemented a lot of programs, helped a 54 year old female with breast cancer lose 10 pounds in two weeks...literally. Before I use to help college students bulk up and add mass, plus help their sports preformance(power and flexibility). Now I'm putting my services into that plus weight loss. Really going well so far for me, so let me know if you're ready to get pushed to your limits!