Coaching fitness instructors is definitely needed. In addition to the other answers, I would also write articles reflecting your expertise in the area of coaching fitness instructors and what it will do to boost their professional success. Post them here on Fitness Connect as well as on LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter. Even start a blog. If a fitness instructor is looking for a coach, they will be able to connect with you regardless of geographical location. Good Luck to you!
Network! Try your local colleges, Chamber of Commerce, business owner groups, and don’t forget about the power of social media. The more you get your name out the more associated you will become. If you can align yourself with an organization that can help you get established you may have more resources open to you!
Apply to present at major conference such as IDEA, AFAA, AAHPERD and state HPERD, etc
Become an AFAA and ACE continuing education provider.
Give workshops in your own club and invite other clubs. This is how I got started over 25 years ago
I barely teach group today because I do a lot of teacher trainings (group and 1-on-1 training). I make more money and it’s less wear and tear on my body