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Become a Fitness Instructor – Or Maybe Not! Consider a Personal Fitness Coach Online

Perhaps you have the idea in your head to become a fitness instructor. I love it and it is exactly what I did for years and the two fold benefit was that I got to work-out and I made money while helping people work those bodies! Oh yeah, feel the burn, baby!

Since that is something that may be in the cards for you may I also strongly suggest that you review becoming an online fitness coach! Now, this can really warp the grey matter of you cerebrum cortex upon first hearing it; so, slowly ready and absorb what I a saying.

A tiny fraction of health and fitness companies are eyeballing innovative and creative business models that build massive online communities where people come to in order to learn about fitness and receive a ton of input from online resources, experts and personal online fitness coaches.

You…and your search to become a fitness instructor are a perfect fit for this new revolutionary business model and it can be performed on a part-time basis from your freakin’ computer!

Think Outside The Box: Ever since the internet has come along the conventional ways of doing business is changing all over the world. In our industry of health and fitness it is happening too! If you are seeking to become a fitness instructor or you are already one, take a look at what many others are doing right along with their main work, because it keeps you right the industry with the potential to make great extra income and still help people with a blockbuster of an opportunity!

Unfortunately and most regrettably very few fitness instructors, personal trainers and health/nutrition people will ever know about such a business model.

In short, you are considered a personal coach. As a personal coach, you DO NOT need any special certification or education to become one. You are really a source of direction, guidance, motivation and an example to many people who are working towards getting healthier.

You are in business for yourself with the potential to earn increasing levels of residual income all because you love fitness and health, and you like helping people!

If you really want to become a fitness instructor then do so! However, I will go overboard with my very hearty and robust enthusiasm for you to understand what is going on with this incredibly powerful new business model for people who love health and fitness and do not mind making great money along the way!

Buy Home Fitness Exercise Equipment That Fits You

While selecting home fitness exercise equipment may look simple, there are actually a few factors that you need to consider before you take it home or it arrives at your door.that. The factors that really affect your purchase include:

1. What Are Your Goals?

When purchasing home exercise equipment, the biggest factor is what your fitness goals are, what your current fitness level is, and how much you are willing to spend. With this in mind, prior to simply getting a treadmill, exercise bike or an elliptical trainer you have to ask yourself, “What do I want to accomplish?” Do you desire better muscle toning, muscle building, or cardiovascular health?

Do you want to increase your strength? Are you looking to have more energy throughout the day? If you take the time to answer these questions prior to making a purchase, you are more likely to get the exercise equipment that will meet your needs.

2. What Is Your Budget For Home Fitness Exercise Equipment?

Before you go looking to make a purchase, you should know in advance exactly what you are willing to spend on your home fitness exercise equipment. There are many types of exercise equipment, all with a different price tag.

You can purchase a quality treadmill for anywhere from $1500 to $3500. If you are looking for an elliptical trainer you can expect to spend between $750 and $5000. Stationary bikes of reasonable quality cost between $300 to over $1500. Due to the fact that “you get what you pay for,” you will want to make sure you balance the price you pay with the features and usability you get the model you are choosing.

Remember:

Just because you have a credit card with a limit high enough to buy $1000 elliptical trainer or a $3000 treadmill, does not mean you can actually afford to buy it. You need to look at your finances completely and determine the amount of money you can spend on your home fitness exercise equipment.

3. How much space do you have?

This is often overlooked. You have to make sure you have enough space for the fitness exercise equipment. Also make sure the exercise equipment will funciton properly in the alloted space. Almost everyone tries the equipment prior to committing to it. However, many people do not think about how much room the fitness equipment will take up. Even though you are in a store and the equipment doesn’t look that big, will it fit in the corner you have available? In order to know for sure, measure what space you have prior to going to the store. (You will want to know how much space the equipment needs whether you have an entire home gym in a room or if you only have a small space to use in your living room.)

4. Make sure you shop around

Do not settle for the first piece of equipment you find. You want to visit 2 or more websites or stores so you can compare the prices and the features of the equipment available. You may also want to do some research online to determine what the average cost and features are available for the equipment you are looking to purchase. Any time you can find a product review, take advantage of reading it.

5. Take into consideration all costs involved.

You will be surprised at how quickly transportation, shipping, installation and other associated costs can add up. Therefore, make sure you calculate all the possible costs prior to buying your home fitness exercise equipment, so you know you can afford every aspect of getting it and having it ready to use.