The prices are insanely low, $40-$55! Why does this happen? I have been in this field professionally for more than 25 years, and I could reasonably keep my prices very high due to my big experience, education, rich resume, prestigious location of New York City, etc. Over the years, especially when I moved to New York, I switched many times from low to higher prices for many reasons. One of those was that, sadly, when you charge little people tend to take you less seriously or think you are not good… Luckily, life has taught me to trust myself and believe in it no matter what others say or do… and good I did so because I feel good within, and my clients feel good, too. They have embraced my different way to promote health through this demanding and responsible job. Every time I kept my sessions at high prices, despite the fact I was living and working in NY, my inner voice was saying it was wrong. It was wrong… It is wrong.
Personal training is overpriced and unreasonably overvalued. Maybe because a trainer, or at least the majority of the trainers, cannot live a normal life if they charge very little. The number of the hours they could do per month are certain, and the monthly expenses are certain, too. For most trainers, this job is a part-time job, or if it is a full-time job, they definitely make profit from other services and products in this field. There is no other way to live a normal life, even if you keep your prices insanely high.
The result of the overpriced training sessions? Countless people who cannot afford personal training and learn from it make everyday serious exercise mistakes and get injured, get exhausted in gyms without attain the results they wish, or dislike exercise because they never had someone to help them approach it in the right way.
The bottom line: After so many years in the field, I appreciate health the most, and one of my main goals is to give all the opportunity to have access to reliable knowledge that promotes truly good health. Realizing that Personal Training has sadly become a luxury service that only the wealthier can afford, I decided to “shake” the field and move it forward. As long as I can, my training sessions will “rock”! Their prices will be the lowest a New Yorker can ever imagine!