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Great prices: 95% of our fitness instructors offer their first class for free and the average lesson cost is £13/hr

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💰 How much does a PT cost in the UK?
Personal trainer rates vary depending on where you are based in the UK, outside of London, a PT session will typically cost between £20 - £55 for a 45-60 minute session; prices in London are slightly higher at around £45 - £65 a session.

97% of Superprof personal trainers offer their first session for free.

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💡 Is a personal trainer worth the cost?

With the help of a PT, you can achieve all of your fitness goals more smoothly.

Our personal trainers are always available to share their expert knowledge to help you progress quickly.

A messaging service is available to allow you to get in touch with the PTs on our platform and discuss the details of your session.

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💻 How much is an online personal trainer in the UK?

On Superprof, many of our PTs offer online classes. Online Personal Training typically costs between £20 - £55 for a personal fitness program that is completely tailored to your needs.

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To find online PT classes, just select the webcam filter in the search engine to see the available tutors offering online courses in your desired subject. 

💪 How many PTs are available for personal training in the UK?

6,278 PTs are currently available to give classes in the UK.

You can browse the different PT profiles to find one that suits you best, depending on your fitness goals.

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✒️ How are our PTs rated?

From a sample of 946  PTs, students rated their personal trainers 5.0 out 5.

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Are you looking for a personal trainer who will come to your home, but you don’t know who to put your faith in for fast and tangible results? You’ve maybe never tried working out before. And so, naturally, you’re wondering if this kind of personalised support is even for you! The secret to success is to find an experienced, high-level coach (one who’s licensed, ideally). Somebody for whom fitness is a profession, and not just a side hobby.

How much is a personal trainer?

On average personal training will cost between £20 - £55 for a 45-60 minute session. Prices in London are slightly higher at around £45 - £65 a session. Many PTs will offer discounts when purchasing training sessions in packages of 5, 10, or 20.

How to find your personal trainer?

On Superprof, we have more than 1,000 certified PTs based all around the country who are looking to offer support. Our PTs are all passionate about fitness and teaching and are there to help you every step of the way. Simply filter by your preferences to find a PT that suits your needs, whether you want to lose weight, gain muscle, start cross-fit or try your hand at zumba, our Superprofs are here to help you!

Find your personal trainer from among more than 1,100 fitness instructors!

It’s settled then, you’ve decided to go with an at-home personal trainer to lose that extra weight and strengthen your muscles. From here on out, your task is simple. With Superprof you can browse our website and discover all of our fitness instructors right away to find those that are located near you. More than 1,100 coaches are waiting for you online and all over the country. 

Is it worth getting a personal trainer?

If you are someone that struggles with consistency, someone who doesn't know how to get started on their fitness journey, or you simply just want to take your fitness routine to the next level, then it is definitely worth getting a personal trainer.

What do you wish to work on, specifically? Now that’s a question you must ask yourself and that you should thoroughly discuss with your future PT before getting started with your sessions. Firstly, so that your trainer can tell you if they’re competent enough in the program that you wish to engage in. But also so that they can implement the appropriate exercises into your personalised programme and bring the appropriate material to your home for the lessons.

How long should personal training sessions be?

The average personal training session typically tends to last between 45 minutes to 1 hour, depending on the exercise. Other PTs may offer shorter sessions of 30 minutes or longer sessions up to 90 minutes for those looking to achieve certain fitness goals.

A personal trainer can help you out with just about anything! Starting with classic fitness exercises to lose weight and increase muscle mass, and then moving on to physical and mental conditioning, muscle toning to firm up and tone your glutes and your thighs, and a range of different physical activities (running, stretching exercises, yoga, strength exercises, elliptical machine, cycling, treadmill exercises to test your heart rate, abdominal exercises, push-ups, and pull-ups, cardio training, etc.). The idea is to create a fitness regime for greater wellbeing, to help you train for a marathon or a half-marathon, use a Power Plate to fight cellulitis, bulk up to help with back problems, or whatever your goal may be.

Turning to a fitness instructor doesn’t necessarily mean taking these lessons at home. If you’re hesitant to get started on your own, both because of the dedication it implies and because of the elevated budget, you can ask your company to hire a personal trainer for a corporate training session. That way, you can motivate each other amongst colleagues. What’s important is that you’re in a comfortable environment to exercise and progress towards your goals. Finally, a personal trainer can also help steer you towards a healthier lifestyle, especially if you are overweight or obese. By the same token, fitness instructors can also become expert nutritionists, responsible for what their clients are eating and helping them to diet if they want to lose weight.

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