"Training on the gymGO platform helped grow my client base and my income."

Submit an application

To become a gymGO trainer, you can apply online, but must provide verification of your personal training certifications and insurance in order to be approved.

Once you're approved, you can create your profile. This is the first interaction you have with clients, so you want to make a good impression. Your profile should include a professional photo (save the selfies for social media), background information on you as a trainer, your training style and approach, certifications and awards, and anything else you feel is pertinent.

Schedule your sessions

Schedule 30-minute small-group and 1-on-1 personal training sessions, or 60-minute yoga and Pilates group classes, for your choice of days and times. You can set them as recurring on your calendar, if you'd like (on desktop only). It's also helpful to add in a session description and list any necessary equipment.

Host your session

Log on about 10 minutes before your session is scheduled to start so that you can talk to your clients and demonstrate some of the exercises they'll be doing in the session.

Make sure you have enough space to conduct the workout-and that it's clean and tidy. During the session, be sure to give feedback and engage with each attendee, just like you would during an in-person session.