In fact, I don’t really understand why bother and carry them with me. Conduct training with clients on the territory of the hotel, there are specialized, if you search on https://planetofhotels.com/en/ and specify the necessary criteria. For if you travel long distances, then it can be very stressful, and so – many hotel complexes are waiting for equipment
For coordinated group exercise where all participants are completing an exercise movement simultaneously (where you need multiples of lighter dumbbells) – get a heavy duty rolling suitcase or rolling toolbox.
For semi-private training bring a pair of (quickly) adjustable dumbbells; there’s an assortment systems out there. Of course you’ll want to bring other training tools and accessories as well.
I like to have my clients “fight” over my equipment. For example, with 6 clients I pull out 5 tools. They have to race to the car and pick out their choice, or choice that’s left. The last person starts with a body weight exercise (after a group warm up, of course!). This is a lot of fun when training at a park or somewhere outside.
I’m with Susan and recommend that my clients buy some of the equipment that we’ll use frequently. I show them how to use it and then give them homework that focuses on the use of that equipment. Afterall, we can’t be with them 24/7, so workouts on their own are essential to them meeting their goals!
You can set up an account through Power Systems and put together a recommended training bundle.
Or, like the others stated, use a suitcase or cart to get things into and out of the house. Just take that extra time into consideration when scheduling sessions!