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'The average age is 26 and so it's quite a young, vibrant industry but there is one very strict rule for every single person I train - 'no sex with clients' - and anyone refusing to agree will be shown the door without exception.'If a patient started seeing their doctor or physician it would be at the very least frowned upon, and would no doubt cause outrage among his peers and other patients, yet it seems the same rules don't apply to our industry.But it's something that not only breaks up marriages, but also casts our industry in a somewhat seedy light.How do you other studio owners handle this (milk it) type of client? Hi Dave, I have one initial 'package' for personal training with is introductory and consists of 3 sessions plus an assessment. I chose to add expiration dates on packages because I believe (besides helping me know what income I have coming in/how long it will last) I think it is more beneficial to the client to be consistent with sessions.
You're in a private setting multiple hours per week, sharing conversations and a mutual interest in fitness.
'It was only later, once we had finished training together that we pursued a personal relationship.
I have no doubt that if we had continued our personal trainer and client relationship whilst embarking on something romantic, it would have failed on both counts.'It's such a cliché and any career-minded PT would never cross that line at work so it's really frustrating to see the latest headlines about personal trainer Matt Baker allegedly 'finding romance' with his client, Coronation Street's Kym Marsh.
I do this, in part, by enforcing an expiration date.
Recognizing that everyone has issues that come up in their lives that preclude each of us from meeting certain commitments, I give a fairly lengthy expiration date, and I always include, up-front, information on how the expiration works.
The couple are then free to get to know each other as with any other potential partner and it removes any need for secrecy or deceit, which are not the foundations for a healthy partnership.