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Why Are So Many Personal Trainers Broke?

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“If you rely only on the contacts handed to you, then you’re destined to only make an average income.”

$31,720 per year. That’s how much the average personal trainer earned in 2012.

On top of that, few trainers work a 40 hour work week. Most work closer to 60 hours per week.

I remember in my early years of training, I’d wake up at 3:45 am, drive to the club at 4:30 am, train my first client at 5:00 am and finish with my last client at 7:00 pm. Not exactly balanced or healthy.

With two weeks off per year, working 60 hours per week means a personal trainer makes an average of $10.57 per hour. Ouch!

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WellnessFX Partners with Thorne Research to Create ThorneFX Lab Testing

It’s our mission to improve thousands of lives each day. This day in particular, we’re excited to announce the Thorne’s launch of ThorneFX including lab testing through WellnessFX. Through our merger with Health Elements, LLC, in partnership with Thorne Research, we promised you the launch of even more products that will cater to the sports nutrition and performance crowd, as well as those trying to lose weight, fight disease, or just feel amazing. Today is that day! This passionate group of experts in health, fitness and nutrition are dedicated to helping you attain your lifelong health and fitness goals. The ThorneFX mission? Continue reading

The posts on this blog are for information only, and are not intended to substitute for a doctor-patient or other healthcare professional-patient relationship nor do they constitute medical or healthcare advice of any kind. Any information in these posts should not be acted upon without consideration of primary source material and professional input from one's own healthcare professionals.