• Setting Up a Budget for a Personal Training Business
    Not every personal trainer is a great manager. This article from the Strength and Conditioning Journal discusses how to set up a budget for a personal training business.
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    Why You Should Read This Article          

    Personal trainers are a goal-driven breed who seek to consistently stay abreast of industry information and research, especially National Strength and Conditioning Association-Certified Personal Trainers (NSCA-CPT). Along with this professional development, comes increased management responsibility or a desire to open a studio—both of which can prove very personally and professionally rewarding. 

    However, just as the best athletes do not always make the best coaches, the best personal trainers do not always make for the best managers. To remedy this potential pitfall, check out this article on setting up a budget for a personal training business.

    Strength and Conditioning Journal
    Setting Up a Budget for a Personal Training Business, by Kay Schreiber
    October 2004 - Volume 16 - Issue 5 - pg 64-65
     

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