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|Personal Trainer salaries - 41 salaries reported||London||£15/hr|
|Personal Trainer salaries - 36 salaries reported||London||£24,550/yr|
|Personal Trainer salaries - 30 salaries reported||London||£15/hr|
|Personal Trainer salaries - 27 salaries reported||London||£24,122/yr|
|Personal Trainer salaries - 16 salaries reported||London||£10/hr|
|Personal Trainer salaries - 15 salaries reported||London||£37,881/yr|
|Personal Trainer salaries - 13 salaries reported||London||£32,480/yr|
|Personal Trainer salaries - 12 salaries reported||London||£38,912/yr|
|Personal Trainer salaries - 12 salaries reported||London||£18/hr|
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|Personal Trainer salaries - 10 salaries reported||London||£33,767/yr|
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|Personal Trainer salaries - 9 salaries reported||London||£39,608/yr|
|Personal Trainer salaries - 9 salaries reported||London||£24,316/yr|
|Personal Trainer salaries - 7 salaries reported||London||£24,060/yr|
|Personal Trainer salaries - 7 salaries reported||London||£19,121/yr|
|Personal Trainer salaries - 7 salaries reported||London||£15/hr|
|Personal Trainer salaries - 6 salaries reported||London||£68/hr|
|Personal Trainer salaries - 5 salaries reported||London||£12/hr|
|Personal Trainer salaries - 5 salaries reported||London||£17/hr|
The average salary for a Personal Trainer is £49,178 per year in London. Salaries estimates are based on 295 salaries submitted anonymously to Glassdoor by a Personal Trainer employees in London.
The highest salary for a Personal Trainer in London is £87,912 per year.
The lowest salary for a Personal Trainer in London is £29,920 per year.
Excluding celebrity trainers, salaries for personal trainers are generally below the national average salary. Training work often falls outside of traditional work hours to accommodate client preferences, which can include weekends, early mornings, evenings, and holidays. Prospective trainers choose this role for its flexibility, its potential for positive impact, and the chance to maintain an active lifestyle away from a desk. Personal trainers can potentially earn more by specialising in yoga, Pilates, or dance. They could also train to provide some medical advice at gyms.
There are ways to make more money as a personal trainer and propel yourself to high-paying jobs. First, it's important to ensure that you are certified by a reputable professional body, such as the National Academy of Sports Medicine, and have completed certifications in cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and automated external defibrillator (AED), as well as basic first aid.
In addition to this, consider creating a portfolio that showcases your experience with past clients and includes sample exercise plans. Ask for positive reviews for your website or social media. You could also take online courses in areas such as nutrition, the science behind fitness, or how to train clients with additional needs. This will demonstrate your commitment to your job.
Finally, it's essential to work on your soft skills, such as motivating clients and effective communication. This will help you to build long-term relationships with your clients and increase your chances of being recommended for new opportunities
Do you need to know
About 54.85% of Personal Trainer professionals feel satisfied with their salary, according to anonymous Glassdoor ratings. An additional £15,225 in potential pay per year, among other factors, can qualify the annual pay of a Personal Trainer in London, UK as a good salary.
Personal Trainer professionals in London, UK have a wide total pay range, between £20,188 and £160,998 depending on experience, with an estimated total pay of £49,178 following the average career path of a Personal Trainer.