HERE'S THE SCOOP: An average personal training session is roughly $75.
So if you wanted to work with a trainer 3 days a week for 9 weeks, you'll be paying $2,025. And that's just the cost of a few workouts — no detailed program design, no nutrition or coaching, no accountability, and no educational materials — with an average trainer likely using extremely outdated methods and definitely not using the cutting-edge integrated programming that you have the opportunity to experience as a client of mine.
Needless to say, as you may have experienced, this is a surefire way to spend a lot of money on an approach that more or less sets you up for failure.
Average trainer + average methods = average, if any, results. Cost: $2,025
In this program, you'll have access to me and my team in the Facebook support group and via email to ask me questions on a daily basis. I'll also provide one-on-one coaching with regular Skype “office hours.”
Because I take time to answer everyone's questions each and every day, along with designing the workouts and diet, checking your logs and keep you motivated, this program takes hours of my time daily which would normally command a minimum of a $1000 a month fee.
It is a highly supportive and engaging program. I consider it the most supportive fitness program on the planet.
Instead of paying $2,025 to work with a average trainer 3 days a week, or the $1000 per month fee that a personal coaching program commands, you get 9 weeks of coaching, the workouts, meal plan, recipe book, accountability and support, 24/7 access to me for just 3 payments of $277
That comes out to about 13 bucks a day, which is about the same price you're already spending for a greasy burger and fries, right?