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Fitness trainers provide personalized and group exercise activities, such as cardiovascular, stretching, strength training and sports activities. They evaluate their clients, learn their goals and design an appropriate training program. Fitness trainers provide leadership, demonstrate techniques, observe their clients and offer tips for improving their techniques. Often, the program needs to be altered after numerous training sessions.

Fitness instructors are employed in health clubs, resorts, exercise clubs, sports training facilities and fitness centers of large companies. They also work in country clubs, hospitals and yoga and Pilates centers. Many fitness trainers have a specialty, however some provide a wide variety of fitness assistance. Some in the profession, provide fitness training at their client's residence.

Responsibilities

  • Evaluate the physical condition, the abilities and the needs of participants
  • Create variations on the basic fitness plan for some members of the class
  • Offer instructions to improve client's abilities
  • Make alterations to their client's training plan
  • Offer resources regarding nutrition, lifestyle choices and controlling weight
  • Design exercise routines
  • Offers instructions for maintaining exertion levels
  • Provide proper breathing techniques
  • Observe the progress of participants
  • Maintain exercise equipment
  • Select music when applicable
  • Make membership sales at health clubs

Job Characteristics

Fitness trainers work in a variety of settings. Due to many clients participating in exercise programs before or after work, fitness instructors often work in the early morning hours, the evenings and during the weekends. Some work full-time, however there are many part-time positions available in the profession.

Those working in small facilities are often required to work at the front desk, sign new members, provide tours of the facility and supervise the cardiovascular and weight training sections of the facility.

Being astute at assessing the physical condition and the needs of clients is an important part of the job. Fitness trainers need good communication skills and they should enjoy working with others. Listening carefully to clients and understanding the clients' situation from their perspective is important in this profession. They also need to have good motivation and teaching skills and have empathy for the clients. In addition, sometimes frustration is part of the occupation due to clients not having passion for exercise, or having poor skills or not being able to properly follow instructions.

Good stamina, body coordination and strength are important factors for fitness instructors. In addition, fitness trainers are at risk for injury due to frequently participating in physical activities.

Employment Outlook

The growth in fitness programs in the country has stimulated a strong demand for fitness instructors. Aerobics, weight lifting and body conditioning have gained in popularity. Some experienced fitness trainers with a large clientele open their own fitness club. They also have the opportunity to advance to head trainer and program manager at large fitness facilities.

Self-employed fitness instructors are involved with advertising, marketing, dealing with paperwork and cleaning their facility. Having basic business skills is important.

In 2006, there were approximately 235,000 fitness worker positions. Approximately 8 percent of fitness workers are self-employed and many of them are personal trainers. A lot of the jobs are part-time. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the growth rate for fitness workers is expected to be 27 percent from 2006 through 2016 which is mush faster than the average for all types of employment. Part-time employment is projected to be easier to obtain that full-time positions.

The increase in demand for fitness trainers is primarily due to more people getting involved with fitness programs. Aging baby boomers are concerned about staying in good physical shape and are involved in exercise programs. Childhood obesity concerns has created a strong increase in children's health club memberships and also for personal trainers for children. In addition, the projected increase in demand for Pilates and yoga instructors is partly due to the popularity of the programs with older citizens.

In 2006, the median annual earnings for fitness trainers and aerobic teachers was $25,910. The middle 50 percent earned from $18,010 to $41,040. These numbers do not include the earnings from those that are self-employed in the profession. Successful self-employed fitness trainers often have significantly higher earnings.

Education, Certification, and Licensing

Typically, fitness facilities require fitness instructors to have certification in the field. Sometimes group leaders are allowed to begin their employment at a facility without being certified but usually they are asked to acquire certification in the future. Most of the time fitness trainers are expected to be experts when hired. They're not offered on-the-job training, however occasionally they might be given training for a unique exercise or training for working with a particular age group. They also may be provided training regarding the operational aspects of the facility.

The education and training necessary for the occupation depends on the types of fitness work the candidate has selected. Group fitness instructors, personal trainers and those that have selected to teach Yoga or Pilates have different education training requirements. Often, group instructors gain skills by participating in exercise programs until they are prepared to lead their own class. In addition, some take training courses and attend fitness conventions.

Personal trainers typically take training classes in order to become certified in the field. Sometimes they begin their careers by working with an experienced personal trainer.

Pilates trainers often acquire their knowledge and skills by attending workshops and programs which take a year to complete. The Pilates Method Alliance has created training standards and suggest teachers have, at a minimum, 200 hours of training. The organization also has a list of Pilates training schools that meet their requirements. Some Pilates trainers are certified group instructors and have acquired skills by attending short Pilates workshops. The training requirements for yoga instructors are similar to Pilates trainers. The training programs for yoga instructors range from a couple of days to over two years.

More employers are seeking fitness instructors that have acquired a bachelor's degree in a health or fitness related subject and have certification in the profession. There are numerous organizations which provide certification. Receiving certification from a leading organization has become important for obtaining employment.

Certifying organizations that have been accredited by The National Commission for Certifying Agencies are typically considered to be reputable. The majority of certifying organizations require candidates to have a high school diploma, have a certification in CPR and pass an exam. The exams typically include a written section and a practical component. Most certification organizations provide study materials and exam preparation workshops. Certifications typically last for two years.

Resources

Major Employers

The majority of fitness trainers work in physical fitness facilities and health clubs.

Schools for Fitness Trainers And Aerobics Instructors are listed in the column to the left.

Metro Areas Sorted by Total Employment for:
Fitness Trainers and Aerobics Instructors

Listed below are metro areas sorted by the total number of people employed in Fitness Trainers and Aerobics Instructors jobs , as of 2015

Source: 2015 Occupational Employment Statistics and 2014-24 Employment Projections, Bureau of Labor Statistics, BLS.gov.

     
Metro Area (Alabama) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Hoover 770 $39,820
Birmingham 770 $39,820
Montgomery 260 $38,080
Huntsville 250 $37,530
Mobile 190 $35,160
Foley 110 $29,090
Fairhope 110 $29,090
Daphne 110 $29,090
Gadsden 80 $33,120
Decatur 80 $37,820
Auburn 50 $18,620
Opelika 50 $18,620
Tuscaloosa N/A $34,320
     
Metro Area (Alaska) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Anchorage 350 $35,390
     
Metro Area (Arizona) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Mesa 4240 $40,450
Scottsdale 4240 $40,450
Phoenix 4240 $40,450
Tucson 960 $41,210
Lake Havasu City 90 $22,350
Kingman 90 $22,350
Flagstaff 50 $35,350
Yuma N/A $30,470
Prescott N/A $36,360
     
Metro Area (Arkansas) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Conway 550 $19,400
North Little Rock 550 $19,400
Little Rock 550 $19,400
Hot Springs 60 $17,730
Jonesboro 60 $38,790
     
Metro Area (California) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Anaheim 8450 $47,390
Long Beach 8450 $47,390
Los Angeles 8450 $47,390
San Francisco 5150 $50,510
Oakland 5150 $50,510
Hayward 5150 $50,510
Carlsbad 2570 $42,280
San Diego 2570 $42,280
Sunnyvale 2370 $38,260
San Jose 2370 $38,260
Santa Clara 2370 $38,260
San Bernardino 2080 $35,000
Riverside 2080 $35,000
Ontario 2080 $35,000
Arcade 1340 $48,960
Sacramento 1340 $48,960
Arden 1340 $48,960
Roseville 1340 $48,960
Santa Rosa 710 $64,060
Ventura 640 $55,670
Oxnard 640 $55,670
Thousand Oaks 640 $55,670
Santa Maria 620 $51,410
Santa Barbara 620 $51,410
Lodi 490 $47,530
Stockton 490 $47,530
San Luis Obispo 410 $36,260
Paso Robles 410 $36,260
Arroyo Grande 410 $36,260
Fresno 360 $55,200
Fairfield 260 $53,770
Vallejo 260 $53,770
Modesto 240 $36,540
Salinas 220 $62,510
Bakersfield 200 $45,090
Chico 170 $36,590
Napa 160 $55,410
Yuba City 150 $39,800
Santa Cruz 130 $52,900
Watsonville 130 $52,900
Hanford 80 $19,240
Corcoran 80 $19,240
Merced 70 $23,090
Redding 30 $26,850
Porterville N/A $29,070
Visalia N/A $29,070
     
Metro Area (Colorado) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Aurora 4090 $40,000
Lakewood 4090 $40,000
Denver 4090 $40,000
Boulder 590 $53,210
Colorado Springs 580 $43,470
Fort Collins 380 $27,610
Greeley 180 $33,690
Grand Junction 160 $32,720
Pueblo N/A $30,680
     
Metro Area (Connecticut) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Norwalk 1440 $57,840
Stamford 1440 $57,840
Bridgeport 1440 $57,840
East Hartford 1260 $35,590
West Hartford 1260 $35,590
Hartford 1260 $35,590
New Haven 470 $46,480
Danbury 380 $51,060
     
Metro Area (Delaware) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Dover 80 $33,460
     
Metro Area (Florida) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Fort Lauderdale 3690 $34,750
West Palm Beach 3690 $34,750
Miami 3690 $34,750
St. Petersburg 2200 $30,950
Tampa 2200 $30,950
Clearwater 2200 $30,950
Sanford 2060 $30,510
Orlando 2060 $30,510
Kissimmee 2060 $30,510
Jacksonville 610 $39,110
Bradenton 470 $28,250
Sarasota 470 $28,250
North Port 470 $28,250
Titusville 350 $42,100
Palm Bay 350 $42,100
Melbourne 350 $42,100
Daytona Beach 330 $25,130
Deltona 330 $25,130
Ormond Beach 330 $25,130
Port St. Lucie 230 $33,770
Cape Coral 220 $25,590
Fort Myers 220 $25,590
Tallahassee 200 $19,250
Marco Island 180 $43,220
Immokalee 180 $43,220
Naples 180 $43,220
Sebastian 170 $25,570
Vero Beach 170 $25,570
Brent 170 $30,470
Pensacola 170 $30,470
Ferry Pass 170 $30,470
Winter Haven 170 $31,290
Lakeland 170 $31,290
Gainesville 120 $43,290
Ocala 70 $30,620
Panama City 40 $38,240
Crestview N/A $26,460
Fort Walton Beach N/A $26,460
Destin N/A $26,460
     
Metro Area (Georgia) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Sandy Springs 2960 $41,650
Atlanta 2960 $41,650
Roswell 2960 $41,650
Clarke County 220 $37,800
Athens 220 $37,800
Savannah 110 $26,410
Macon 110 $37,010
Albany 70 $19,160
Warner Robins 50 N/A
Brunswick 50 $18,520
Dalton N/A $33,330
     
Metro Area (Hawaii) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Urban Honolulu 730 $34,710
Lahaina N/A $40,530
Wailuku N/A $40,530
Kahului N/A $40,530
     
Metro Area (Idaho) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Boise City 560 $30,400
Idaho Falls 180 $21,990
Coeur d'Alene 130 $30,790
Pocatello 80 $27,120
     
Metro Area (Illinois) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Bloomington 300 $38,850
Peoria 260 $44,770
Springfield 230 $24,910
Urbana 200 $30,400
Champaign 200 $30,400
Rockford 190 $18,960
Kankakee 90 $31,440
Marion 80 $27,800
Carbondale 80 $27,800
Danville 50 $23,660
Decatur N/A $26,170
     
Metro Area (Indiana) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Carmel 1290 $29,670
Indianapolis 1290 $29,670
Anderson 1290 $29,670
Lafayette 230 $22,900
West Lafayette 230 $22,900
Bloomington 130 $32,620
Kokomo 70 $28,260
Columbus 60 $42,050
La Porte 50 $28,640
Michigan City 50 $28,640
Elkhart 50 $33,930
Goshen 50 $33,930
Terre Haute 40 $29,350
Fort Wayne N/A $25,020
     
Metro Area (Iowa) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
West Des Moines 1040 $22,840
Des Moines 1040 $22,840
Cedar Rapids 370 $19,330
Iowa City 170 $25,840
Ames 160 $22,410
Waterloo 120 $33,730
Cedar Falls 120 $33,730
Dubuque N/A $24,810
     
Metro Area (Kansas) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Wichita 440 $43,080
Topeka 180 $27,170
Lawrence 160 $26,620
Manhattan 130 $20,860
     
Metro Area (Kentucky) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Fayette 380 $34,640
Lexington 380 $34,640
Bowling Green 130 $34,570
     
Metro Area (Louisiana) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Baton Rouge 810 $31,980
New Orleans 600 $27,560
Metairie 600 $27,560
Lafayette 250 $25,390
Bossier City 160 $18,880
Shreveport 160 $18,880
Houma 130 $18,990
Thibodaux 130 $18,990
Monroe 110 $21,800
Hammond 70 $23,880
     
Metro Area (Maine) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
South Portland 340 $41,870
Portland 340 $41,870
Bangor 60 $29,280
Auburn 40 $35,300
Lewiston 40 $35,300
     
Metro Area (Maryland) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Baltimore 3690 $38,520
Towson 3690 $38,520
Columbia 3690 $38,520
Lexington Park N/A $34,170
California N/A $34,170
     
Metro Area (Massachusetts) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
New Bedford 110 $25,510
Barnstable Town 110 $55,850
Pittsfield 50 N/A
     
Metro Area (Michigan) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Wyoming 900 $29,410
Grand Rapids 900 $29,410
Lansing 420 $38,480
East Lansing 420 $38,480
Ann Arbor 400 $42,080
Portage 220 $26,990
Kalamazoo 220 $26,990
Jackson 170 $19,220
Saginaw 100 $25,750
Benton Harbor 90 $29,900
Niles 90 $29,900
Midland 80 $28,190
Battle Creek 70 $21,830
Flint 60 $35,400
Bay City 60 $35,730
Warren N/A $35,140
Detroit N/A $35,140
Dearborn N/A $35,140
     
Metro Area (Minnesota) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Rochester 200 $41,680
St. Cloud 130 $24,300
North Mankato 50 $35,820
Mankato 50 $35,820
     
Metro Area (Mississippi) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Jackson 380 $19,740
Pascagoula 150 N/A
Biloxi 150 N/A
Gulfport 150 N/A
     
Metro Area (Missouri) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Springfield 250 $31,260
Jefferson City 90 $20,090
Columbia N/A $26,230
     
Metro Area (Montana) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Billings 190 $38,320
Missoula 180 $34,530
Great Falls 40 $25,370
     
Metro Area (Nebraska) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Lincoln 490 $30,400
     
Metro Area (Nevada) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Paradise 1250 $30,630
Henderson 1250 $30,630
Las Vegas 1250 $30,630
Reno 440 $23,010
     
Metro Area (New Hampshire) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Manchester 370 $36,470
     
Metro Area (New Jersey) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Trenton 350 $52,200
Hammonton 210 $32,820
Atlantic City 210 $32,820
Ocean City 100 $34,470
     
Metro Area (New Mexico) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Albuquerque 580 $39,530
Farmington 130 $28,410
Las Cruces 90 $22,010
Santa Fe 80 $43,330
     
Metro Area (New York) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Cheektowaga 990 $40,060
Buffalo 990 $40,060
Niagara Falls 990 $40,060
Albany 980 $34,630
Schenectady 980 $34,630
Troy 980 $34,630
Rochester 910 $28,390
Syracuse 610 $30,670
Binghamton 150 $26,610
Kingston 100 $51,820
Utica N/A $19,130
Rome N/A $19,130
Glens Falls N/A $44,950
     
Metro Area (North Carolina) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Raleigh 1210 $43,260
Chapel Hill 740 $44,290
Durham 740 $44,290
Salem 530 $23,380
Winston 530 $23,380
High Point 490 $28,690
Greensboro 490 $28,690
Wilmington 320 $39,130
Fayetteville 200 $40,530
Asheville 150 $32,940
Lenoir 90 $29,850
Morganton 90 $29,850
Hickory 90 $29,850
Goldsboro 90 $32,720
Greenville N/A $34,390
     
Metro Area (North Dakota) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Bismarck 120 $28,030
     
Metro Area (Ohio) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Columbus 1480 $22,950
Cleveland 1040 $32,720
Elyria 1040 $32,720
Akron 700 $19,140
Dayton 620 $21,590
Toledo 420 $19,380
Canton 330 $19,440
Massillon 330 $19,440
Lima 30 $19,790
Springfield 30 $22,250
     
Metro Area (Oklahoma) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Oklahoma City 920 $31,620
Tulsa 560 $37,790
     
Metro Area (Oregon) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Eugene 750 $35,450
Salem 390 $35,570
Bend 320 $36,270
Redmond 320 $36,270
Medford 130 $41,050
Corvallis 110 $39,300
     
Metro Area (Pennsylvania) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Pittsburgh 2620 $28,020
Lancaster 510 $29,390
Erie 350 $23,840
Carlisle 330 $34,680
Harrisburg 330 $34,680
Hanover 310 $34,770
York 310 $34,770
Reading 260 $33,720
Hazleton 220 $25,180
Wilkes 220 $25,180
Barre 220 $25,180
Scranton 220 $25,180
State College 170 $27,650
Waynesboro 160 $29,470
Chambersburg 160 $29,470
East Stroudsburg 100 $19,820
Altoona 70 $23,660
Williamsport N/A $26,900
     
Metro Area (Puerto Rico) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Caguas 240 N/A
Carolina 240 N/A
San Juan 240 N/A
     
Metro Area (South Carolina) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Anderson 520 $32,070
Mauldin 520 $32,070
Greenville 520 $32,070
Columbia 440 $37,430
Charleston 350 $30,550
North Charleston 350 $30,550
Florence 220 $24,290
Spartanburg 190 $41,560
Bluffton 80 $29,590
Hilton Head Island 80 $29,590
Beaufort 80 $29,590
     
Metro Area (South Dakota) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Sioux Falls 700 $27,790
Rapid City 110 $22,420
     
Metro Area (Tennessee) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Davidson 1170 $41,430
Murfreesboro 1170 $41,430
Franklin 1170 $41,430
Nashville 1170 $41,430
Knoxville 540 $35,010
Jackson 110 $22,390
Johnson City 40 $21,110
Cleveland N/A $32,330
     
Metro Area (Texas) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Arlington 4350 $46,550
Dallas 4350 $46,550
Fort Worth 4350 $46,550
The Woodlands 3910 $43,210
Sugar Land 3910 $43,210
Houston 3910 $43,210
Austin 1410 $43,820
Round Rock 1410 $43,820
New Braunfels 590 $37,020
San Antonio 590 $37,020
El Paso 280 $23,220
Tyler 250 $21,940
Bryan 200 $40,330
College Station 200 $40,330
Lubbock 170 $32,340
Amarillo 160 $30,260
Corpus Christi 120 $42,910
Waco 100 N/A
Killeen 70 $27,240
Temple 70 $27,240
Beaumont 70 $35,780
Port Arthur 70 $35,780
Midland 70 $36,280
Edinburg 70 $45,700
Mission 70 $45,700
McAllen 70 $45,700
San Angelo 60 $31,370
Abilene 50 $32,550
     
Metro Area (Utah) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Salt Lake City 1510 $38,300
Clearfield 660 $35,490
Ogden 660 $35,490
Provo 460 $36,110
Orem 460 $36,110
St. George 150 $35,340
     
Metro Area (Vermont) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
South Burlington 380 $40,170
Burlington 380 $40,170
     
Metro Area (Virginia) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Richmond 1650 $40,910
Roanoke 370 $33,130
Charlottesville 270 $34,870
Lynchburg 220 $32,060
Radford 150 $37,590
Christiansburg 150 $37,590
Blacksburg 150 $37,590
Waynesboro N/A $32,400
Staunton N/A $32,400
Harrisonburg N/A $43,050
     
Metro Area (Washington) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Seattle 5010 $42,830
Tacoma 5010 $42,830
Bellevue 5010 $42,830
Spokane 460 $38,140
Spokane Valley 460 $38,140
Richland 290 $41,450
Kennewick 290 $41,450
Tumwater 210 $40,080
Olympia 210 $40,080
Yakima 150 $33,080
Bellingham 140 $31,270
Bremerton 140 $48,090
Silverdale 140 $48,090
Wenatchee 80 $42,920
Longview N/A $22,800
Anacortes N/A $24,850
Mount Vernon N/A $24,850
     
Metro Area (West Virginia) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Morgantown 100 $25,920
Charleston 60 $26,440
     
Metro Area (Wisconsin) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Milwaukee 2120 $31,130
Waukesha 2120 $31,130
West Allis 2120 $31,130
Madison 980 $38,720
Appleton 340 $24,510
Green Bay 290 $19,020
Racine 190 $43,810
Neenah 180 $18,690
Oshkosh 180 $18,690
Wausau 150 $20,380
Janesville 140 $19,420
Beloit 140 $19,420
Fond du Lac 100 $23,590
Sheboygan 60 $23,170
Eau Claire N/A $25,030
     
Metro Area (Wyoming) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Casper 140 $31,890
Cheyenne 110 $32,640

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Source: 2015 Occupational Employment Statistics and 2014-24 Employment Projections, Bureau of Labor Statistics, BLS.gov.

Industry Jobs Percent Annual Median Salary
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Non-profit 36,000 15% $25,230
Education 11,080 4% $25,020
Government 6,960 3% $29,920
Hospital 4,450 1% $31,850
Personal Services 3,800 1% $26,060
Hotel And Accomodation 2,470 1% $31,950
Medical Office 2,380 1% $32,310
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