In-Home Personal Training Company offers Partner Training to make personal training more accessible in a down economy.
San Diego, Calif. (PRWEB) December 15, 2009 -- Americans are increasingly aware of the importance of fitness yet affordability of in-home personal training has not reached a price point to fit the frugal budget. The rising number of those looking for personal training who find it too expensive has been recognized by FindMyTrainer Founder Tom Dorlig. More Americans would choose in-home personal training if the cost was more realistic for the median household income.
In-Home personal training has become a way for those with busy schedules to maintain or increase their fitness levels. Many find that having a personal trainer come to them opens up time in their schedules that was previously spent in transit to fitness facilities. FindMyTrainer provides a solution to finding suitable personal trainers who provide in-home personal training services. "We have seen an increasing number of requests for personal trainers who are willing train two people at one time for a decreased price per person," said Dorlig. "In order to adjust with the economy and make personal training more affordable we have decided to offer partner training where clients can split the cost of a personal trainer with a friend or loved one."
Launched in December 2009, FindMyTrainer is offering Partner Training which allows in-home personal training at a fraction of the cost of traditional one-on-one personal training. Partner Training prices range from $32.50-$45.00 per person for a one hour session, while traditional one-on-one personal training prices range from $60-$75 for a one hour session.
FindMyTrainer (http://www.findmytrainer.com) was founded in 2007 to provide consumers with pre-screened and certified personal trainers providing in-home personal training services. The site also offers educational information for the consumer on the latest news in health and fitness.