This would be in person training only. I was wondering how other trainers handle training someone that contacts you to train them and they are in town for 1 day, a weekend or longer. How does that work well with assessing, programming and keeping in line with what they want to accomplish? What about paperwork (health questionnaires, waiver, etc) Do you charge the same rates as well? I will be in a situation where I will be training people as they check in to a hotel if requested and just needing some insight.
How do you feel you could be the most help to these individuals? What do they want from you?
You might want to make a short questionnaire / menu that has several offerings.
1) I’m fit, I just want someone to work me really hard for an hour because I don’t want to think stuff up by myself.
2) I’m on vacation, I have a few days to work with you, and I want to learn more about my body, my health, etc. I am interested in a thorough assessment and several simple things I can learn from you and take home with me.
3) I have a trainer at home. I have several injuries. I need something that fits with my existing training.
4) I’m a regular traveler and I can see you once a month. I need a program I can do at home and will check in with you on fitness coaching once a month when I’m in town.
If you have a SHORT questionnaire like that, it can drive your programming. I would maybe charge 15% more than normal because they typically charge more at in-hotel spas and restaurants for the convenience. It depends on how high-end the hotel is where you’ll be located.