Safety of in home personal training?
Do any PTs ever worry about their personal safety in regards to in-home personal training? It seems like you are putting yourself in a vulnerable position by going into a stranger's home for a one-on-one session, especially female PTs. Does anyone have any advice, experience, anecdotes related to this subject, or am I just being paranoid?
Safety in homes
I'm a female and am just starting out with my personal training business. So far, I have two clients who are females as well in my neighborhood. We do personal training sessions either in their home or mine. I don't feel that my personal safety is at risk because they're neighbors and female, however...my question: Does anyone (especially women) feel that their safety is at risk when they enter into a client's home? Especially if he's more of a stranger? Or do you only take on clients who are referrals? Any advice would be great!! Thanks so much.
Interview client before going to their house?
I would like to do personal training with my clients at their homes preferably and i was just wondering if a client decides they want to use my services and informs me either on my website or through the phone, do i have to interview them first lets say on neutral ground somewhere, or do i just agree to come straight over to their place with screening forms etc and we're good to go??
Thanks for any answers.
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