I have an in-home training business and also train at a local community center. Part of my
in-home business is to provide the workout to my client if they ask for it. My mission is to educate the client first to make sure they have proper form, of course. I have some clients who only meet with me once a week and I give them the workout for homework to keep them accountable and on track. However, my e-mail always includes the proper safety cues and reminders. If I had a training session first where I felt someone didn’t perfect their form on an exercise, I would leave it out or give an alternate exercise for the written copy. I always explain this to a client.
At the community center I may have the occasional request from someone going on vacation, and I will do it one time for that. I did have a request from a long-term client to write up three different workouts, and I told her no unless she wanted to pay an additional fee or use a session for this. It is not expected or part of my job at the community center.
You may want to just make a decision to include this or not with your clients, and therefore have a set foundation.