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Author Topic: BUSINESS: PERSONAL TRAINING CONTRACTS  (Read 1120 times)
spiderman405
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« on: June 16, 2008, 04:57:16 PM »

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can anyone lead me to the right place to learn how to write of a contract for personal training as far as training in apartment complexes.

i want to start offering services to these high end condos and apartment complexes that have gyms. i want to write up a contract and present it to the managers of these places.

i dont even know where to start of about the details. do i offer them a 30/70 split. i get 70% and they get 30% etc.... etc....

i would like them to recommend me to new client and advertise for me.

i just need some ideas.

thanks
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Moosejay
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« Reply #1 on: June 18, 2008, 06:57:26 PM »

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can anyone lead me to the right place to learn how to write of a contract for personal training as far as training in apartment complexes.

i want to start offering services to these high end condos and apartment complexes that have gyms. i want to write up a contract and present it to the managers of these places.

i dont even know where to start of about the details. do i offer them a 30/70 split. i get 70% and they get 30% etc.... etc....

i would like them to recommend me to new client and advertise for me.

i just need some ideas.

thanks

Contact your prospective clients DIRECTLY and bypass the management...give them NO money.

Nuts if you do.
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