How Much Does a Denver Personal Trainer Cost?
If given a choice, most people who exercise would love to have a personal fitness trainer. These professionals provide a range of services including individual personal training that that helps with fitness, advice on nutrition, and keeping you motivated. Plus, looking at celebrities who have personal fitness trainers, it appears that personal trainers do help you lose weight rapidly and effectively.
But how much does a personal trainer cost?
In general, the cost of a Denver personal fitness trainer varies from $50 to $200 per hour. And if you are a elite athlete requiring specialized programming the cost will likely be a little higher. This can be a large expense, considering that you may need at least 5-12 sessions to make the effort worthwhile. And just like anything else, you get what you pay for. So if you find denver personal trainers that charge $25-$30/private session, please be sure to do your research and check credentials, references, etc.
But what if you cannot afford such fees for a Denver personal trainer?
Do not worry, there are other ways to get help from a personal trainer. In most gyms, there are personal trainers who freelance and train a group of people. As long as you are a member of the gym, there is no extra cost to you. Then there are some personal trainers who freelance at the gym and provide ‘extra’ services to gym members at a cost- this cost may vary from $50-$200 per hour, in addition to the cost of a gym membership. Mile High Fitness and Wellness offers personal training, group training or even online/telephonic training to help offset the cost.
Overall, personal trainers tend to be more expensive in bigger cities and if they come to your home. But if the location and landscape are not of importance to you, then you can work with a personal trainer in a no frills gym at a low cost however it may not be the most convenient option since you will need to drive to the gym as opposed to having the personal trainer come to you.
So before you decide to have a personal trainer, know what you want out of it, your goals, and your budget. Remember, not all personal trainers are qualified to help you specifically, so before you hire one, check out their credentials and experience. Ask for references and talk to people who have been trained by them. And just like with any profession, generally speaking, the more certificates and years of experience a personal trainer has, the higher will be his or her fees.
Mile High Fitness is committed to providing every single person an option to work with us, regardless of budget since we offer in home, online, telephonic and onsite options at work, school, home, church, etc. Our tagline is ‘We Meet You Where You Are’ and we stand by that.
Contact us if you would like to learn more.