Personal Trainer – Joe Johnson

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Day in the life of
Personal Trainer – Joe Johnson

Joe Johnson
Personal Trainer
9 To 5 Nutrition

Before I start any day in the studio, I’ll check my timetable so I can see how many clients I have booked in and when. I’ll also review each clients’ progress from their last session, so I can better plan out what they should be doing on the day.

I’ll usually have 3-4 sessions booked in per day, so I’ll create a rough plan of what each client should be doing so I’m prepped before they arrive.

It’s not very glamourous, but I’ll also need to clean the gym floor and equipment before each client arrives; now more than ever since we’re still in a pandemic!

I’ll also create a playlist every month or so to keep clients motivated, they don’t want to be listening to the same music over and over!

Pros

  • Very flexible in terms of when I can/when I want to work
  • I get to work with a huge variety of different people with different goals
  • It keeps me active and on my feet for most of the day, which makes it easy to stay trim myself

Cons

  • I need to pay for my own lighting, water, etc since I own the studio
  • There’s a LOT of cleaning that needs to be done to keep the place looking fresh
  • On super busy days I may not get enough time to eat lunch!
  • The hours can often be unsociable as most clients will want to train first ting or the morning or after work

Joe Johnson
9 To 5 Nutrition

Joe Johnson
Personal Trainer
9 To 5 Nutrition

Fitness Trainers

instruct or coach groups or individuals in exercise activities for the primary purpose of personal fitness. Demonstrate techniques and form, observe participants, and explain to them corrective measures necessary to improve their skills. Develop and implement individualized approaches to exercise.

Salary: $45650
Salary Rank: C
Education: Post-secondary certificate
Becoming One: Medium
Job Satisfaction: High
Job Growth: High
Suitable Personality: The Helper