Personal Trainers Are For The Rich #Myth


Personal training is no longer viewed as a luxury, but more of a preventative healthcare expense. Regular exercise is backed up by research to prevent, and even reverse many chronic health problems. Personal training can cost as little as $20 per session. That’s only $40-$60 per week, or $6-$9 per day for an effective, full-service personal training program that is focused on your specific health and fitness goals. Most of us can find something “unhealthy” that we spend $6-$9 on each day…processed fast food, high calorie coffee drinks, alcohol, tobacco, etc… What if you used that money for the accountability and expertise that a personal trainer can provide instead?!

Miles is the Director of Content at North Idaho Wellness Magazine as well as a farmer in Coeur d'Alene Idaho. He's passionate about community, togetherness, food, and family. He writes about all the above and you can often find him at a cafe taping away on a keyboard. Email Miles with any questions you have - milest (at)

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