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Personal Training Business Plan

Note: A newer version of our Personal Trainer Business Plan is available here.

Writing a personal training business plan can be easy.  But chances are you have never written one before.  That's why we have created a sample personal training business plan template that you can modify.  

peresonal training business planIf you search Google using the toolbar above, you will find a lot of companies that are willing to sell you business plans for anywhere from $99 for a generic template to $3000 for a professionally done custom business plan.  I checked out a few of the cheaper ones and found the quality was bad.  So when I started my own personal training business I decided to write my own. 

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But now that I have this site, I am going to share my 14-page personal training business plan template (see the table of contents below).  You can download the fully-editable Microsoft Word file (also an HTML version) by making a $15 donation to our site.  Just click on the add to cart button below.  Its quick and easy and all major credit cards are accepted.  Once you donate, you can access the download page.  And with the help of our readers the personal trainer business plan has been continually improved with your submissions. Thanks!

personal training budgetNote: I used to accept donations of 'any size' but I started to get donations of $0.01 which after the fees paypal charges left me with nothing. People like this take the fun out of everything. So I had to settle on an amount and $15 seemed fair. You should figure that writing a personal training business plan will take at least 15 hours if you do it on your own.  Most people agree that $15 is a small price to pay for saving 10 hours of tedious work.

 

Why do I need a personal training business plan?


Chances are at some point you are going to need somebody's help when starting your business.  It might a banker to lend you money, a doctor to send you referrals, or a landlord to lease you a facility.  Having a professional looking personal training business plan will open doors for your business to expand and grow.

If you are going to write you own personal training business plan, take a look at the table of contents from the template.  Make sure that you touch on these topics:


Table of Contents

1.0 Executive Summary    

2.0 Market Analysis    

Target Market    
Market Growth    
SWOT Analysis    
Competition    
Services Provided    
Success Factors    


3.0 Marketing Strategy    

Mission Statement    
Marketing Goals    
Positioning    
Communication    
Pricing    
Market Research 


4.0 Finance    

personal training business planBreak-Even Prediction    
Monthly Revenue Forecast 2007    
Expense Forecast

 

 

 

 


5.0 Implementation    

Milestones    



Writing a personal training business plan is hard work.  You can save yourself hours of frustrations by making a $15 donation and downloading our template that is designed specifically for personal training businesses.

Note: A newer version of our Personal Trainer Business Plan is available here.


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