In the area I live, there are a few upscale housing complexes who have their own gym. I’m thinking of inquiring on adding a Personal Training program to the services they offer; with doing so, do you think the complex shoud receive a fee if I were to offer personal training services? Does anyone have a similar proposal to share or similar helpful information?
In California, those communities have an HOA (Home Owners Association) and they all have Boards consisting of the Owners; additioninlly they have CC&Rs, covenants, conditions and restrictions, and they are the governing documents that dictate how the homeowners association operates. These are the folks you want to impress with your presentation. Its a great idea! These are the folks who tend to have the time/money/mind set for a trainer. Best of luck!!!
It depends on the type of relationship you are proposing. If you are requesting to train your clients at there facility where your clients pay you, then you should give them compensation. But if you are proposing they offer a personal training service where you are the trainer, then the clients should pay the facility and the facility should pay you.
Whichever option you choose make sure you present it in a way that clearly displays how it would benefit both parties.