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YOUR money: TRAINING FOR THE STARS; BIZ BUREAU TOP TIPS TO KICK-START YOUR BUSINESS.

Byline: Andy Lewis

Dear BIZ

I'M a full-time physical education teacher and also a qualified personal trainer. I am looking to earn an extra income and in particular would like to train celebrities.

I have good sporting qualifications and experience but I need advice on how to set up this business.

Andy Lewis, by email

BIZ Says:

THIS is something you can easily fit around your existing teaching schedule as many clients will wish to train very early in the morning or in the evening after work.

First off, you need to advertise your service locally - try shops, supermarkets, slimming clubs, gyms - anywhere where you think you might find potential clients. Ask some of these organisations if they will display a leaflet for you in return for a commission for any clients you receive.

Smaller gyms may not have their own personal trainer. Why not offer your services to them - you can then use their equipment and facilities as a base.

Whatever happens you will need to get yourself up and running and prove yourself before you can think about dipping a toe in the celebrity market.
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Publication:The Mirror (London, England)
Date:Nov 22, 2006
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