Recenlty came into a managerial position. The new owner knows little of how gyms work, and I am hoping to start booking many more training sessions for myself and other personal trainers. Does anyone have experience in premade contracts and electronic drawing systems? I was hoping to streamline and make the payments easier to sell to clients.
Hello Again Bryant,
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Hi Bryant. If your goal is to have a legally binding document or contract of any kind, I would highly recommend having an attorney either draft it for you, or review whatever document you come up with. Each business and business model is different and so in my opinion any template or pre-made contract should be tweaked by an attorney to make sure that it suits your particular needs.
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As far as the premade contract issue, I concur with LaRue Cook’s answer. I had a contract that my attorney drafted for my fitness club specifically for the PT and their options.
I can show you a copy of one that my gym Lifestyle Fitness uses. I also streamline these with a software program and billing system I developed. The link below shows a demonstration of this software and its streamline capabilities! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4YJ-QQKkYCA&feature=channel&list=UL
Also, one of strategy that I use at my gym to make personal training more financially feasible to my members is to give them an options of financing packages. Just a thought!
Hope to hear from you with any questions that you might have about my program!