“How much?” I’ve heard that question throughout my career. “How much is it gonna cost me?” It’s a perfectly rational question. It's a good one; here's another one:
Would you buy a car sight unseen based on the price?
Of course not, you'd (hopefully) want to know the number of doors and seats, the tire size, is the radio bumpin? Hundreds of questions to answer while figuring out if it's the right car for you. You want to know that it's the right match for you, based on your needs and goals. What is the value?
So, let's talk about value: There are many ways to reach your goals and many ways you may already be on your way. What are you needs, what are your goals? In my experience, I find that a lot of the time, people aren't sure what their goal may be. Most people settle for an arbitrary on-the-fly answer: "I want to be toned," "I want to lose 20 lbs,” etc. That's OK! That's why you're talking to me!
Here's the value you can expect from training with me:
See what I mean? It's a little more complicated than sessions and prices.
I will promise you this: if you are honest with me, I’ll be honest with you. Invest in your fitness and I’ll invest in helping you reach your goals.
But Steeeeeeve…. you still didn’t tell me how much….
You’re right. Training costs will vary based on your personal needs. It's called personal training. It’s that simple. Let’s start the conversation. And just for fun, let’s do some comparisons:
Everyone wants to look good, right? You might think nothing of dropping $30-$50 bucks to get your nails and toes done. What's a cut and color run these days? At the end of the month, what have you spent on grooming? $150/month? $250?
Maybe you like a good happy hour. Even the savviest of Happy Hour shoppers could spend at least $20 at a post-work mini binge (Please tell me where that is!). Throw in a nosh and a nice tip (because you’re a nice person) you could rack up around $100 each month. No problem.
How about your coffee habit? Gotta have the pour over or the nitro brew every day? That will cost you. And coffee ain’t cheap. Even picking up one a day and you could be in for well over $120 a month.
Now my question for you is…. What's it worth, your health? How many 2 for 1 wells, wines, and drafts are you willing to invest in your health?
Reach out, let's have a sit down and talk about it over a nitro brew maybe.