To be blunt, I’d have to charge a ludicrous rate that no trainer is worth.

My time cannot be properly commoditized via the gym floor and I can do higher value work at a management level, so I very rarely take on a client.

Just once, slightly by accident, I’ve worked with one person in LA for an extremely cool movie role. I got lucky I think, he’s a dopamine drive trainer’s dream client. Not only have I had great fun working with him, it’s been great for the new team in LA to see what can really be got out of a client