Naturally, you know that you can work for a gym like Equinox or 24-Hour Fitness, where you can market your services to people who are already working out. However, a handful of online platforms can also help you pitch your services via the web. The best of those:

Fiver

Fiverr used to ask vendors to sell their services for a ludicrously low $5, $1 of which was paid to the platform in fees. Fiverr has evolved dramatically since then. It’s now one of the few sites where freelancers say they can consistently earn five- and six-figure incomes. Fiverr’s “lifestyle and fitness” category includes dozens of people selling diet and fitness services from $15 to more than $100 per “package.” You determine what’s included. Find out more about Fiverr here.

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CoachUp

CoachUp connects athletes with trainers and coaches of virtually any type of sport. The site requires you to be over age 18 and have some coaching credentials. It can be an effective way to find new clients, but the site’s fees are high, particularly for new bookings. Learn more about CoachUp here.

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