Fitness on the Go
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About the company

  • Founded
    2005
  • Company size
    51 to 200
  • Revenue
    $1m to $5m (CAD)
  • Industry
    Beauty & Wellness
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Rating is calculated based on 18 reviews and is evolving.

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Reviews

Personal Trainer in Ottawa, ON
on 6 July 2020
Your goals are all that matters!
The General Managers only focus is to get YOU to reach YOUR goals as a trainer. I've been supported at every turn. My GM would usually reach out and give me the aid I needed before I even knew I needed it. They stay on top of you and your business in the beginning but as you show strength and independence you are let out from under them. I cant stress enough how important the coaching and mentor ship was to me as a human being.
GENERAL MANAGER/FRANCHISEE in Edmonton, AB
on 11 August 2021
Not worth your investment.
As a personal trainer, Fitness on the Go was a great fit but after reaching the top in the company and after the company made significant changes, it was no longer worth my time or investment.
Personal Trainer in Winnipeg, MB
on 11 December 2020
You're more of a salesman than a trainer
The coaching you receive is to improve your marketing skills; you can spend years at this company and never improve as a trainer. FOTG focus mainly on how to be a profitable trainer instead of being a quality one. They charge relatively high prices per session while the trainers receive additional coaching about selling better than how to get a client results. You pay them $420 per month + 20% cut off clients from personal leads + 50% cut off clients from company leads. Essentially you could be making $2000-$2500 and the company would pocket close to 40% of that. This is REGARDLESS of if they provide you with quality leads or coaching that can benefit you as a trainer.If you're in the fitness industry solely to make money and provide a living, then FOTG is a great place for you to work. If you're in the fitness industry to help people and that is the priority then there is no need to work here!
Personal Trainer in Vancouver, BC
on 20 July 2020
Not what it seems...
You are not really employed by Fitness on the Go. You are your own business. YOU pay Fitness on the Go $400/month for marketing and leads. For each client lead, you only get to keep 50% of the profit. AND you have to pay the $400/month. You need about 20 to 30 clients to pay off $400/month to break even, which is ridiculous. There are other PT under Fitness on the Go whom you will be competing for business. You are better off branding yourself, build your own website for $50/month, hire VA from Fiver or Outsource cheaply, and get your own clients, and keep 100% of the profit to yourself. This will save you $400/month for Fitness on the Go brand.
Personal Trainer in GTA, ON and virtual
on 2 July 2020
Two thumbs up
An incredible place to work. The amount of training, a great majority facilitated by the President herself has been such a game changer for my career. The business model and compensation plan is highly competitive and very favorable in the fitness industry. Any trainer looking to grow themselves personally and in career look no further! Btw the GM for the GTA area such a boss. ogolden of

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