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.
I live on the Big Island and get the occasional visitor from the resorts or hotels. I have found that teaching them something new is well recieved. If they work with a trainer back home, I work very hard not to make judgemental statements on what I perceive as a lack of program design. You can’t really know what happens at their gym. Sometimes I get contacted by someone who knows a past visitor I worked with on a specific issue and wants similar assistance. That requires more preparation. My fees don’t change for these types of clients. Fees are based on what the client wants and needs and what I need to put into preparing. Everyone signs a risk/release form, in the case of visitors a refusal to attain medical clearance release form and a disclosure/lack of disclosure release form. I am not a legal professional, so I can’t advise you as to the forms.