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Personal training in a gym

Come up with a different strategy.

Many of those folks seeking a trainer aren't looking to throw up 8 reps of 225. They need someone to motivate them, do some moderate strength training and get their fitness level up. I'd look at offering a service to go to train them in their home. Slowly build up equipment you can take with you like a lightweight flat bench, adjustable dumbells, etc. My brother-in-law has a guy that comes to his house and jacks him up for an hour. I think he pays big money for it too.
It's important to check the terms of your contract with the gym you work for, as they may have clauses that prohibit you from training clients outside of their facility.
Starting your website and offering personal training within a 50-mile radius sounds great. However, before you start, you should consider the legalities of offering personal training at other gyms. It's always better to err on the side of caution to avoid any legal issues.
Alternatively, you could offer online personal training to expand your business without worrying about the gym's rules and regulations. It could also allow you to reach a wider audience and make more money. Best of luck with your training career!
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