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Daniel Kosich

Miles City, MT 59301

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Does is make sense for someone over 50 to become a personal trainer?

23 Answers | Asked by Cindy Baird on Jan 09, 2013

Answered by Daniel Kosich on Dec 22, 2014

I especially like Natalie's response. Go for it! I've been a competitive athlete and a personal trainer for a long time. Age is not the limiting factor, hesitation is. Share what you have and what you've done. Certainly it's important to study for and receive appropriate certification, but alwa...

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What makes you a good Personal Trainer?

14 Answers | Asked by David Lackey on Dec 21, 2014

Answered by Daniel Kosich on Dec 22, 2014

All great answers. I think that the most important element is that you share your commitment to a fitness lifestyle with any and all potential clients. "You practice what you preach." If your clients see that what you teach them is how you live, they'll be much more likely to accept your guidance...

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I just got certified as a trainer and I'm wondering what should I do and where should I begin?

10 Answers | Asked by Jeremy Rivers on Feb 05, 2014

Answered by Daniel Kosich on Dec 22, 2014

Great answers. Unless you have multiple contacts outside of a gym, that is perhaps your best place to start. 'Float.' Make contact. Impress potential clients with your expertise. Show that perhaps more than anything that your concern is for their fitness achievement. Good luck.

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Just got certified, now what's my main priority?

12 Answers | Asked by Armand Koulouzian on Dec 21, 2014

Answered by Daniel Kosich on Dec 22, 2014

Let me add my congrats. Now that you are certified, GET BUSY. Building your business is your big challenge now. Be confident and truthful in every approach that you make. Tell your potential clients what you can do for them, with regard to both fitness and healthful living. Then follow through,...

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What is your primary reason for using IDEAFIT as a resource?

19 Answers | Asked by Christine Dwyer on Mar 28, 2012

Answered by Daniel Kosich on Dec 22, 2014

Because it is a resource which draws on the knowledge, expertise and experience of fitness professionals who have been 'in the business' for a long time. Although all of their ideas may not be identical, they are all worthy of consideration. Take care.

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What are some reasons people do not like going to the gym?

11 Answers | Asked by Todd Mitchell on Sep 20, 2011

Answered by Daniel Kosich on Dec 22, 2014

I think that all of the answers are great. In my experience perhaps the most significant reason is that your client is concerned that others in the gym are watching him/her. Your big challenge is to help your client understand that the others in the gym are there for their workout, not to watch ot...

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What is a reasonable fee for an hour fitness class?

12 Answers | Asked by Amber Ormsbee on Aug 22, 2011

Answered by Daniel Kosich on Dec 22, 2014

Great answers. Comparative costs with similar service in your area is the key. I would agree that ~$10/session is a reasonable charge. Take care.

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what is a reasonable fee for a personal trainer session

12 Answers | Asked by Denise Romo on Jan 11, 2012

Answered by Daniel Kosich on Dec 22, 2014

All good answers. How much to charge per session is the foundation of your business. Certainly find put what the typical per hour charge is in your area. Your education, experience and certification are important factors. Most important, in addition to the great comments, don't sell yourself sho...

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Gym Maintenance Fees

9 Answers | Asked by Lawrence with Gym Insight on Jan 19, 2013

Answered by Daniel Kosich on Dec 22, 2014

Great answers. I have consulted with a number of facilities over the years. Clients and members respect and appreciate a high quality, immaculate workout environment. I think that as long as the stipulation for maintenance fees is clearly explained at the outset, it's just a part of your client's...

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Does anybody charge a monthly recurring fee for personal training?

16 Answers | Asked by Chris Lutz on Feb 27, 2013

Answered by Daniel Kosich on Dec 22, 2014

All of the answers are great. I guess that whatever works for you is the best. I agree with Karin in being uncertain about what you mean by "recurring fees." I have always liked to charge by the session, then ythere are no questions or potential for overdue charges. Take care.

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