It doesn't matter if you're looking for buns of steel or clients to whip into shape, if you're entering into a personal training relationship, you should think about signing a personal training agreement.
A personal trainer can be your best friend or worst enemy, depending on the workout. But if you're going to hire one, sign a personal training agreement and help get the results you want. You can use the document to outline your expectations in terms of workout frequency and intensity, establish terms of payment and include a termination clause if you feel it's necessary.
As a personal trainer, you want to meet your clients' needs, but you also want to prevent late cancellations, unpaid sessions and any other disagreements that may arise. Signing a personal training agreement will help you do all that. Use the document to outline your cancellation policies, hourly rates and any other conditions you feel are necessary to protect your interests.
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Other names for this document: Personal Training Contract, Personal Training Agreement Form
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