I have to agree with others with some additional tips
1) If you are starting on low budget there are lot of free web site which you can easily upload content
2) Also key points to consider is are you have product sales, design is compatible with PC,LaP, Tabs, & mobile etc
3) Over the years I have created 3 websites they also have done sites for other Physios etc
check it out
before deciding do you due diligence
Hope this helps
Building your fitness website isn’t too difficult. Especially if you use a DIY website builder. If you’re not so great with design, be sure to stick to the layouts provided and try not to deviate too much from the set theme. If you need a fitness website designer to take care of it for you, check out My Personal Trainer Website.
It all depends on how much you are willing to spend. For my old web site (www.personalpeakfitness.com) I used Todd Lininger at www.toddlininger.com . If you want to do it yourself I would recommend moonfruit.com …very easy to use. I sold my old company and moved to Madison WI, so I am using moonfruit.com to built a new site for my new company. Todd Lininger is a great designer, but my wife has used moonfruit.com in the past and has figured out how to build a site through them.
I hope this helps. Good Luck!