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  • Writer's pictureMarc Torel

Embrace Independence: The Benefits of Freelance Personal Training

We all have to start somewhere - typically with a salaried job.

But what if there were more lucrative options as a personal trainer that could yield you a lifestyle benefits as well?


Here we discuss the positive and realistic reasons why we view freelancing as the optimum career path. Design your future and take control of your lifestyle with Platinum Fitness Singapore.

The fitness industry has seen a significant transformation in recent years, and one of the most notable changes is the rise of freelance personal trainers. While traditional in-house personal training roles still have their merits, there's a growing trend of fitness professionals opting for the freelance route.


#1 - Flexibility and Autonomy


One of the primary reasons many fitness enthusiasts choose freelance personal training is the flexibility it offers: you set your own schedule. Being able to design your workday around your personal life opens a fundamental path towards a healthier work-life balance. You can cater to clients in different locations, at various times of the day, and even take vacations without the constraints of a fixed schedule.


At Platinum Fitness, you'll be granted access to all three of our central and accessible locations, 24/7.


#2 - Higher Long Term Earning Potential


Freelance personal trainers often have a higher earning potential than their in-house counterparts once a client pool has been established. As an independent trainer, you have the freedom to set your rates, and you are able to market your own expertise without restriction.


We serve trainers who have anywhere between 10 hours to 200 hours per month, with freelancers earning the majority of monthly profits.


#3 - Diverse Clientele


Freelance trainers have the advantage of working with a diverse clientele. Instead of being confined to one gym's member base, you can tap into various networks and communities, potentially reaching a broader range of clients. This diversity not only keeps your job interesting but also helps you grow as a trainer, as you gain experience with clients of different fitness levels, goals, and backgrounds.


That being said, at Platinum Fitness we are also here to act as a platform and drive additional leads to your business. We consider each trainer's rates, expertise, and training availability in order to support matchmaking with the members and non-members passing through our network, seeking additional training support.


#4 - Freedom to Innovate


When you're not bound by the policies and procedures of a fitness facility, you have the freedom to innovate and experiment with your training techniques. You can stay up-to-date with the latest fitness trends, incorporate new equipment, and adapt your methods to best serve your clients' evolving needs. This adaptability can keep your training sessions fresh and exciting for your clients.


#5 - Brand Building


Working as a freelance personal trainer allows you to build your own brand. You are not just another employee of a fitness facility - you are your own business entity. This means you can create your own brand identity, develop a unique training philosophy, and market yourself in a way that aligns with your vision and values. Building a strong brand can help you attract and retain clients more effectively.


At Platinum Fitness, work with our in-house branding and marketing team - without any additional cost - for win-win campaigning.


Your Goals are Aligned with us at Platinum Fitness


While in-house personal training roles have their merits, the benefits of working as a freelance personal trainer are compelling. The flexibility, higher earning potential, diverse clientele, personalized approach, brand building opportunities, career growth, and freedom to innovate make freelance personal training an attractive choice for fitness professionals. If you're passionate about fitness and want to take control of your career, freelancing might be the path to consider. Reach out to us to learn about our rates here.


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