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GoodLife Fitness Clubs Personal Trainer yearly salaries in Brampton, ON

Salary estimated from 6 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed in the past 36 months.
Average salary
$50,355 per year
Meets national average
Salary Distribution
$25,000
$77,000
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Brampton, ON
What is a Personal Trainer? A Personal Trainer provides their clientele with the knowledge, motivation and coaching to achieve their personal fitness goals.
2 days ago
Oakville, ON
What is a Personal Trainer? A Personal Trainer provides their clientele with the knowledge, motivation and coaching to achieve their personal fitness goals.
4 days ago
Georgetown, ON
What is a Personal Trainer? A Personal Trainer provides their clientele with the knowledge, motivation and coaching to achieve their personal fitness goals.
2 days ago
Guelph, ON
What is a Personal Trainer? A Personal Trainer provides their clientele with the knowledge, motivation and coaching to achieve their personal fitness goals.
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Working with GoodLife Fitness
After attending the University of Windsor for 4 years, before I graduated I wanted to take some time off and work at home for about a year before continuing my education.

I already had a keen interest in fitness and resistance training, which prompted me to apply at a local GoodLife fitness for a role in either Personal Training or administration. The job was suggested to me from a friend who worked in administration at the time at another GoodLife Fitness location in Brampton.


The 8 months that I worked at GoodLife fitness were absolutely incredible - to this day, I thank GoodLife for the change in ethic, character, and responsibility it applied to my life. I have heard so much positive feedback about my charisma and communication abilities from the training and role playing that I underwent during my onboarding at the club.


The hardest part of the job was simply prospecting for new clients. This took a lot of time out of my day, and I got a lot of "no's" for answers. However, when prospecting went well, this translated into the most enjoyable part of the day - gaining a client and working with them to achieve their fitness goals.


Training wasn't necessarily about working out 3-4 days per week. It was about committing to the personal trainer-client relationship to develop a strong sense of work ethic, responsibility and accountability for the client. The client then learns a lot about themselves when put in a situation like this.


I cannot thank GoodLife enough for the incredible experience I was offered and given! I learned a lot about myself in
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Pros
Commission, flexible hours, young community.
Cons
Unprofessional peers and management, very sales-driven, prospecting for new clients.
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Personal Trainer
My passion is to work in the field of fitness and to help others to attain their goals and stay healthy, but lots of sale is involved in this , I only love to train people not selling
Pros
Overall fitness for all
Cons
Lot of sales pressure
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2.0
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No stability, and numbers driven
The payment structure is confusing. There is no job stability. Management is very duplicitous. They are completely numbers driven. They pretend to want to help people, but at the end of the day they only care about how much money each trainer made them, and they frequently openly discuss such matters. You could be the best trainer in the world, but if you didn't sell a $9000 training package to someone who can't afford it then you will not be commended.
Pros
Other trainers are great people
Cons
Lack of care for truly helping people better their lives
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How much does a Personal Trainer make at GoodLife Fitness Clubs in Brampton, ON?
Average GoodLife Fitness Clubs Personal Trainer yearly pay in Brampton, ON is approximately $50,355, which meets the national average.
Salary information comes from 8 data points collected directly from employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed in the past 36 months.
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