Personal Trainer St Louis: Is Personal Training a Career Path


Uploaded by FitnessStLouis on 07.10.2012

Transcript:
Hi, my name is Clint Schambach and I am a personal trainer and bootcamp instructor with
Level Up Fitness in St Louis, MO. A question that I get asked often, is if personal
training is a hobby or a full time career path.
This is a crucial question for people to ask before hiring a personal trainer because it
lets you know if your personal trainer will be around to see you all the way through to
your fitness goals. For one, if this isn’t your personal trainer’s
career, how long before they hand you off to someone else. And if they do quit on you,
then you need build a whole new trust level with someone else and most likely learn an
entire new fitness and nutrition system. It also gives you insight on how important your
success is to them. If this is a summer job, or something to keep busy during college,
then they most likely do not care about their continuing their own education, which effects
you and your results. Something that you may not know is that there
is a very high turnover rate with personal trainers and this means most personal trainers
do not stick around in this field long enough to consider it a career. So the key is to
find someone that wants to make a career out of personal training and this way you know
they will be around helping you all the way to your fitness goals.
If you or anyone you know is struggling with fitness or weight loss, and has been going
to their gym, fitness center, or health club bootcamp with no fat loss results, then let
me invite you to check out additional videos on our website or youtube channel at www.youtube.com/FitnessStLouis.
Also, for more information about weight loss and nutrition, be sure to visit www.personalfitnesstrainerstlouis.com
and get your free copy of my special report that reveals the common pitfalls and traps
that you have been led to believe are fact, and how to avoid them to maximize your fat
loss.