Industry Analysis & Industry Trends
The Personal Trainers industry has enjoyed steady growth over the past five years, fueled by rising demand for weight-loss services and greater interest in customized workout regimes. However, consumers have increasingly preferred inexpensive do-it-yourself exercise methods to industry services. Consequently, industry revenue growth has been subdued in recent years. Rising disposable income over the next five years will enable a greater share of consumers to spend on higher-priced personal training sessions. Moreover, the percentage of Americans who are overweight or obese is expected to increase over the five years to 2020, fostering greater demand for industry services.... purchase to read more
Industry Report - Industry Locations Chapter
The distribution of personal trainers depends on population levels in particular regions, as well as obesity rates, fitness trends and personal disposable income levels. The majority of personal trainers are located in urban areas, according to IDEA, 73.0% of survey respondents work in cities, while 28.0% work in suburbs.
The Southeast has the largest share of industry establishments, estimated at 23.0% of the total. This percentage is in line with the region's share of the population. Florida has one of the highest shares of industry establishments, estimated at 5.5% of the nation's total. The Southeast is also the region with the highest rates of obesity... purchase to read more