Industry Analysis & Industry Trends
Demand for the Personal Trainers industry largely depends on per capita disposable income, since operators mainly provide a discretionary service. Demand for personal trainers also depends on health trends in the United States. The rising number of people participating in exercise will foster demand in the next five years. Nevertheless, personal trainers will need to shift their business models and focus on new markets to stay competitive in the increasingly large industry.... 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