How Do You Transition into Online Personal Training?

One of the most popular ways for fitness professionals to attract more clients and earn more money is to become an online personal trainer. Becoming a personal fitness trainer attracts individuals because it creates an environment where you can not only be your own boss if you wanted to, but the cap on your income can be manipulated to your discretion. As if it wasn’t great enough, online personal training or hybrid programs cultivate an environment that is constrained by time as much.


Developing online training service options that assist people in achieving their fitness and health goals while requiring minimal time allows you to reclaim that all-important personal and financial independence. The duties of a personal trainer are broad and vary depending on what a client wants. This is good because it gives the field a broad range that allows trainers and clients to all achieve their goals and work on what they would be working on. Expanding on that, if we look at online personal training the possibilities are endless compared to the limits an in person personal trainer has. Online personal trainers can help clients improve their fitness levels, body image, health, and performance in the same way that traditional personal trainers can, but with less time constraints and more flexibility. Trainers can now train anyone, anywhere, at any time, thanks to modern technology. By starting an online personal training business, every personal trainer will have another way to generate money and expand their personal and financial freedom. However, before you can coach customers via online platforms, you must first become an online personal trainer.

7 lessons for Transition into Online Personal Training:

1. Start small, start familiar

2. Decide which clients to invite

3. Sell the advantages of online

4. Get your systems in place from the outset

5. Set boundaries and expectations

6. Grow your base of online clients

7. Strive to train your ideal clients