Great advice all around the board. However, I would assume that you could charge more for the at-home service as opposed to in a gym, just because you will be able to keep more of the profits without having to give the gym a portion. However, the volume of clientele may be bigger in a gym.
Hope that helped,
All of this information helps me tremendously, thank you all. I have to reinvent myself. I am working out trying to physically get myself back to baseline and My place of employment closed it’s doors. I would like to do the mobile gym, corporate and in homes.
I suffered from multiple sclerosis, I had a stem cell transplant, using my own stem cells and am seeing so many improvements. My degrees are in psychology and applied behavior analysis which I plan to bring to the table while working with people if needed. I believe in getting proper certification, my question is what will I need to have to be the owner of a mobile gym?