Personal Training | San Diego- Sports Arena (2024)

Day 1

Circuit 1: Fitness Fundamentals
Pushups: 1 minute
TRX Row: 1 minute
Wall Sit: 1 minute
Plank: 1 minute
REST: 2 minutes
Repeat 2 more times, for a total of 3 sets

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Day 2

Total Body 1: Ready to Get Shred-y
Jump Squats: 30 sec
REST: 30 sec
Burpees: 30 sec
REST: 30 sec
Pushups: 30 sec
REST: 30 sec
Split Squat: 30 sec
REST: 30 sec
Mountain Climbers: 30 sec

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Day 3

Steady State Cardio: Dealer’s Choice, Pick 1 Exercise
Stair Climber: 15-20 min
Incline Walk: 20-30 min – 5% incline at 2.0-3.5 speed
Stationary Bike: 30-40 min
Elliptical: 20-30 min
Rowing Machine: 15-20 min

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Day 4

Total Body 2: Complete Conditioning
EXERCISE 1
Pushups: 10
TRX Row: 10
Plank: 30 sec
Wall Sit: 30 sec
2 min rest
EXERCISE 2
Kettle Bell Goblet Squat: 10 reps
Kettle Bell Swing: 10 reps

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Day 5

Total Body 3: Super-Sculpt & Define
EXERCISE 1: Superset
EZ Bar Bicep Curl: 12 reps
Straight Bar Shoulder Press:12 reps
REST: 30 sec
Repeat 2 more times, resting 30 seconds between each set, for a total of 3 sets

EXERCISE 2: Superset
Walking Lunges: 12 total
Back Squat: 12 reps
REST: 30 sec
Repeat 2 more times, resting 30 seconds between each set, for a total of 3 sets

EXERCISE 3: Superset
Romanian Dead Lift: 12 reps
Bent over Row: 12 reps
REST: 30 sec
Repeat 2 more times, resting 30 seconds between each set, for a total of 3 sets

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Day 6

Steady State Cardio: Dealer’s Choice, Pick 1 Exercise
Stair Climber: 15-20 min
Incline Walk: 20-30 min – 5% incline at 2.0-3.5 speed
Stationary Bike: 30-40 min
Elliptical: 20-30 min
Rowing Machine: 15-20 min

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Day 7

Total Body 1: Ready to Get Shred-y
Jump Squats: 30 sec
REST: 30 sec
Burpees: 30 sec
REST: 30 sec
Pushups: 30 sec
REST: 30 sec
Split Squat: 30 sec
REST: 30 sec
Mountain Climbers: 30 sec

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Day 8

Total Body 2: Complete Conditioning
EXERCISE 1
Pushups: 10
TRX Row: 10
Plank: 30 sec
Wall Sit: 30 sec
2 min rest

EXERCISE 2
Kettle Bell Goblet Squat: 10 reps
Kettle Bell Swing: 10 reps

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Day 9

Steady State Cardio: Dealer’s Choice, Pick 1 Exercise
Stair Climber: 15-20 min
Incline Walk: 20-30 min – 5% incline at 2.0-3.5 speed
Stationary Bike: 30-40 min
Elliptical: 20-30 min
Rowing Machine: 15-20 min

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Day 10

Upper 1: Bolder Shoulders
EXERCISE 1: Superset
Dumbbell Bench Press: 10-12 rep
Pushups on Bench: 12-15 reps
REST: 30 sec
Repeat 2 more times, resting 30 seconds between each set, for a total of 3 sets

EXERCISE 2: Superset
Incline Dumbbell Shoulder Press 10-12 reps
REST: 30 sec
Cable Tricep Push-Down 12-15 reps
REST: 30 sec
Repeat 2 more times, resting 30 seconds between each set, for a total of 3 sets

EXERCISE 3
Burnout: Battle Ropes

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Day 11

Lower 1: Lean, Mean Legs
EXERCISE 1: Superset
Back Squat: 10-12 reps
Jump Squat: 10 reps
REST: 30 sec
Repeat 2 more times, resting 30 seconds between each set, for a total of 3 sets

EXERCISE 2: Superset
B1- Leg Extension machine 3×10-12
B2- Split Squats 3x 10ea
REST: 30 sec
Repeat 2 more times, resting 30 seconds between each set, for a total of 3 sets

EXERCISE 3:
Wall Sit: 30 sec
REST: 30 sec
Repeat 2 more times, resting 30 seconds between each set, for a total of 3 sets

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Day 12

Steady State Cardio: Dealer’s Choice, Pick 1 Exercise
Stair Climber: 15-20 min
Incline Walk: 20-30 min – 5% incline at 2.0-3.5 speed
Stationary Bike: 30-40 min
Elliptical: 20-30 min
Rowing Machine: 15-20 min

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Day 13

REST

Day 14

HIIT Cardio: Dealer’s Choice, Pick 1 Exercise
Stair Climber: 15-20 min – Alternate 20 sec at level 6/20 sec at level 10-14
Treadmill Incline intervals: 15-20 min – Alternate 1 min at 5% low/1 minute at 10% high
Battle Ropes: Alternate 30 sec on/30 sec off
Rowing Machine: 15 sec hard/30 sec easy (levels determined by your intensity)

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Day 15

Upper 1: Bolder Shoulders
EXERCISE 1: Superset
Dumbbell Bench Press: 10-12 rep
Pushups on Bench: 12-15 reps
REST: 30 sec
Repeat 2 more times, resting 30 seconds between each set, for a total of 3 sets

EXERCISE 2: Superset
Incline Dumbbell Shoulder Press 10-12 reps
REST: 30 sec
Cable Tricep Push-Down 12-15 reps
REST: 30 sec
Repeat 2 more times, resting 30 seconds between each set, for a total of 3 sets

EXERCISE 3
Burnout: Battle Ropes

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Day 16

Lower 1: Lean, Mean Legs
EXERCISE 1: Superset
Back Squat: 10-12 reps
Jump Squat: 10 reps
REST: 30 sec
Repeat 2 more times, resting 30 seconds between each set, for a total of 3 sets

EXERCISE 2: Superset
B1- Leg Extension machine 3×10-12
B2- Split Squats 3x 10ea
REST: 30 sec
Repeat 2 more times, resting 30 seconds between each set, for a total of 3 sets

EXERCISE 3:
Wall Sit: 30 sec
REST: 30 sec
Repeat 2 more times, resting 30 seconds between each set, for a total of 3 sets

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Day 17

Total Body 3: Super-Sculpt & Define
EXERCISE 1: Superset
EZ Bar Bicep Curl: 12 reps
Straight Bar Shoulder Press:12 reps
REST: 30 sec
Repeat 2 more times, resting 30 seconds between each set, for a total of 3 sets

EXERCISE 2: Superset
Walking Lunges: 12 total
Back Squat: 12 reps
REST: 30 sec
Repeat 2 more times, resting 30 seconds between each set, for a total of 3 sets

EXERCISE 3: Superset
Romanian Dead Lift: 12 reps
Bent over Row: 12 reps
REST: 30 sec
Repeat 2 more times, resting 30 seconds between each set, for a total of 3 sets

View Video

Day 18

Upper 1: Bolder Shoulders
EXERCISE 1: Superset
Dumbbell Bench Press: 10-12 rep
Pushups on Bench: 12-15 reps
REST: 30 sec
Repeat 2 more times, resting 30 seconds between each set, for a total of 3 sets

EXERCISE 2: Superset
Incline Dumbbell Shoulder Press 10-12 reps
REST: 30 sec
Cable Tricep Push-Down 12-15 reps
REST: 30 sec
Repeat 2 more times, resting 30 seconds between each set, for a total of 3 sets

EXERCISE 3
Burnout: Battle Ropes

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Day 19

Lower 1: Lean, Mean Legs
EXERCISE 1: Superset
Back Squat: 10-12 reps
Jump Squat: 10 reps
REST: 30 sec
Repeat 2 more times, resting 30 seconds between each set, for a total of 3 sets

EXERCISE 2: Superset
B1- Leg Extension machine 3×10-12
B2- Split Squats 3x 10ea
REST: 30 sec
Repeat 2 more times, resting 30 seconds between each set, for a total of 3 sets

EXERCISE 3:
Wall Sit: 30 sec
REST: 30 sec
Repeat 2 more times, resting 30 seconds between each set, for a total of 3 sets

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Day 20

HIIT Cardio: Dealer’s Choice, Pick 1 Exercise
Stair Climber: 15-20 min – Alternate 20 sec at level 6/20 sec at level 10-14
Treadmill Incline intervals: 15-20 min – Alternate 1 min at 5% low/1 minute at 10% high
Battle Ropes: Alternate 30 sec on/30 sec off
Rowing Machine: 15 sec hard/30 sec easy (levels determined by your intensity)

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Day 21

Lower 2: Booty Builder
EXERCISE 1:
Walking Lunges: 12 reps each leg, 24 reps total
REST: 30 sec
Repeat 2 more times, resting 30 seconds between each set, for a total of 3 sets

EXERCISE 2:
Glute Thruster 10-12 reps
REST: 30 sec
Repeat 2 more times, resting 30 seconds between each set, for a total of 3 sets

EXERCISE 3: Superset
Leg Curl Machine: 10-12 reps
Kettlebell Deadlift: 10-12 reps
REST: 30 sec
Repeat 2 more times, resting 30 seconds between each set, for a total of 3 sets

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Day 22

Steady State Cardio: Dealer’s Choice, Pick 1 Exercise
Stair Climber: 15-20 min
Incline Walk: 20-30 min – 5% incline at 2.0-3.5 speed
Stationary Bike: 30-40 min
Elliptical: 20-30 min
Rowing Machine: 15-20 min

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Day 23

Upper 2: Baby Got “Back Day”
EXERCISE 1:
Lat Pull Down:10-12 reps
REST: 30 sec
Repeat 2 more times, resting 30 seconds between each set, for a total of 3 sets

EXERCISE 2:
Seated Row: 10-12 reps
REST: 30 sec
Repeat 2 more times, resting 30 seconds between each set, for a total of 3 sets

EXERCISE 3:
Dumbell Bicep Curl: 10-12 reps
REST: 30 sec
Repeat 2 more times, resting 30 seconds between each set, for a total of 3 sets

EXERCISE 4:
TRX Row: 12-15 reps
REST: 30 sec
Repeat 2 more times, resting 30 seconds between each set, for a total of 3 sets

EXERCISE 5:
Medicine Ball Slams: 30 sec
REST: 30 sec
Repeat 2 more times, resting 30 seconds between each set, for a total of 3 sets

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Day 24

Lower 2: Booty Builder
EXERCISE 1:
Walking Lunges: 12 reps each leg, 24 reps total
REST: 30 sec
Repeat 2 more times, resting 30 seconds between each set, for a total of 3 sets

EXERCISE 2:
Glute Thruster 10-12 reps
REST: 30 sec
Repeat 2 more times, resting 30 seconds between each set, for a total of 3 sets

EXERCISE 3: Superset
Leg Curl Machine: 10-12 reps
Kettlebell Deadlift: 10-12 reps
REST: 30 sec
Repeat 2 more times, resting 30 seconds between each set, for a total of 3 sets

View Video

Day 25

Total Body 1: Ready to Get Shred-y
Jump Squats: 30 sec
REST: 30 sec
Burpees: 30 sec
REST: 30 sec
Pushups: 30 sec
REST: 30 sec
Split Squat: 30 sec
REST: 30 sec
Mountain Climbers: 30 sec

View Video

Day 26

Upper 2: Baby Got “Back Day”
EXERCISE 1:
Lat Pull Down:10-12 reps
REST: 30 sec
Repeat 2 more times, resting 30 seconds between each set, for a total of 3 sets

EXERCISE 2:
Seated Row: 10-12 reps
REST: 30 sec
Repeat 2 more times, resting 30 seconds between each set, for a total of 3 sets

EXERCISE 3:
Dumbell Bicep Curl: 10-12 reps
REST: 30 sec
Repeat 2 more times, resting 30 seconds between each set, for a total of 3 sets

EXERCISE 4:
TRX Row: 12-15 reps
REST: 30 sec
Repeat 2 more times, resting 30 seconds between each set, for a total of 3 sets

EXERCISE 5:
Medicine Ball Slams: 30 sec
REST: 30 sec
Repeat 2 more times, resting 30 seconds between each set, for a total of 3 sets

View Video

Day 27

Upper 2: Baby Got “Back Day”
EXERCISE 1:
Lat Pull Down:10-12 reps
REST: 30 sec
Repeat 2 more times, resting 30 seconds between each set, for a total of 3 sets

EXERCISE 2:
Seated Row: 10-12 reps
REST: 30 sec
Repeat 2 more times, resting 30 seconds between each set, for a total of 3 sets

EXERCISE 3:
Dumbell Bicep Curl: 10-12 reps

View Video

Day 28

Lower 2: Booty Builder
EXERCISE 1:
Walking Lunges: 12 reps each leg, 24 reps total
REST: 30 sec
Repeat 2 more times, resting 30 seconds between each set, for a total of 3 sets

EXERCISE 2:
Glute Thruster 10-12 reps
REST: 30 sec
Repeat 2 more times, resting 30 seconds between each set, for a total of 3 sets

EXERCISE 3: Superset
Leg Curl Machine: 10-12 reps
Kettlebell Deadlift: 10-12 reps
REST: 30 sec
Repeat 2 more times, resting 30 seconds between each set, for a total of 3 sets

View Video

Day 29

Steady State Cardio: Dealer’s Choice, Pick 1 Exercise
Stair Climber: 15-20 min
Incline Walk: 20-30 min – 5% incline at 2.0-3.5 speed
Stationary Bike: 30-40 min
Elliptical: 20-30 min
Rowing Machine: 15-20 min

View Video

Day 30

Total Body 2: Complete Conditioning
EXERCISE 1
Pushups: 10
TRX Row: 10
Plank: 30 sec
Wall Sit: 30 sec
2 min rest

EXERCISE 2
Kettle Bell Goblet Squat: 10 reps
Kettle Bell Swing: 10 reps

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Day 31

Circuit 1: Fitness Fundamentals
Pushups: 1 minute
TRX Row: 1 minute
Wall Sit: 1 minute
Plank: 1 minute
REST: 2 minutes
Repeat 2 more times, for a total of 3 sets

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Personal Training | San Diego- Sports Arena (2024)

FAQs

How much does a personal trainer cost in San Diego? ›

Personal trainers in San Diego start at $29 per session. Nationwide, personal trainers cost between $29-$166 per session.

Do you tip athletic trainers? ›

Tipping is practically mandatory in some industries, but it's more ambiguous in the fitness world. Unlike waitstaff or hairdressers, trainers generally charge a set fee for our services, so our income is not reliant on tips. That said, there are no hard and fast rules for tipping personal trainers.

Is personal trainer exam hard? ›

ACE CPT Exam FAQ Conclusion

Overall, this test is extremely difficult but definitely a worthwhile certification with its industry gold standard NCCA accreditation.

Where do you think most personal trainers do their work? ›

Work Environment

Fitness trainers and instructors work in facilities such as recreation centers, health clubs, and yoga studios. Many work variable or part-time schedules that may include nights, weekends, or holidays.

How can I be the best personal trainer in the world? ›

Having good, genuine relationships with your clients helps you understand who they are and show them who you are. As a fitness professional, it is important to be proactive and do your research when you don't know something, taking additional training will help you work with more clients and build your own knowledge.

What is the average hourly rate for a personal trainer in California? ›

As of Jun 13, 2024, the average hourly pay for a Personal Trainer in California is $29.34 an hour. While ZipRecruiter is seeing salaries as high as $51.24 and as low as $10.91, the majority of Personal Trainer salaries currently range between $19.23 (25th percentile) to $31.06 (75th percentile) in California.

How much is a PT session? ›

Prices typically range from £20 to £100 per hour, with discounts available for bulk packages or long-term commitments.

Why don't personal trainers get tips? ›

Unless the trainer works for a gym that bans tipping, there is no reason why you can't tip a trainer. The obvious exception would be if the trainer has a personal policy not to accept tips. Don't try to force a tip on someone who just doesn't want one. Doing so could be awkward.

Can personal trainers write off gym clothes? ›

The cost of work clothing is deductible. However, you cannot deduct the cost of any clothing items you might wear outside of work. Unfortunately, off-the-rack workout clothing can be worn when you are operating your fitness business and when you are exercising on your own time, so it isn't a business expense.

Can athletic trainers make 6 figures? ›

Athletic trainers can make six figures, but it's uncommon. Salaries for athletic trainers range widely, with the highest 10 percent earning more than $78,000 annually, typically with more years of experience.

What percentage of personal trainers fail? ›

Unfortunately, the industry has an annual personal trainer turnover rate of 80 percent, according to numbers cited by many people in the fitness industry. Imagine a chain of clubs hiring 4,000 trainers in a year and then having to rehire another 3,000 personal trainers again the following year.

How many people fail the NASM test? ›

Only 65% of people pass the NASM exam studying just the official textbook—35% fail! 99% of Trainer Academy students pass on the first try—you can too. The reason is actually quite simple. And that's where Trainer Academy comes in.

Why is NASM so hard? ›

Overall, the NASM certification has been notorious for being one of the more difficult in the industry over the last decade, requiring exceptional performance and preparation. NASM has made their test difficult on purpose because they are trying to raise the standard for the knowledge required for personal trainers.

Why do so many personal trainers quit? ›

Not charging enough

Many Personal Trainers don't charge enough to make a viable income from delivering PT sessions and classes. This might be because they don't know what to charge, or they lack the confidence to ask for what they're worth.

Do trainers flirt with clients? ›

While romantic feelings between personal trainers and clients can occur, it's vital to handle the situation with professionalism, transparency, and integrity. Setting clear boundaries and maintaining a focus on the primary goal – the client's health and fitness – can help navigate these potentially tricky waters.

What age group uses personal trainers the most? ›

The group with the highest demand for personal trainer services are the 35- to 50-year-old consumers. Due to the nature of the industry, consumers with a higher per capita disposable income are much more likely to purchase discretionary goods, with some personal training sessions topping over $100 per hour.

Can you make 100000 as a personal trainer? ›

Whatever kind of fitness trainer you are, you have the opportunity to make over $100,000 per year helping people if you get your business plan down right. It's all about knowing how many private sessions or classes you need to do every week in order to make your goal income.

How much do most personal trainers make? ›

Personal Trainer Salary in Los Angeles, CA
Annual SalaryHourly Wage
Top Earners$107,751$52
75th Percentile$70,600$34
Average$68,291$33
25th Percentile$43,600$21

What is the hardest personal trainer certification? ›

NSCA-CPT. The National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) is a notorious certifying agency when it comes to exam difficulty. By now, I've mentioned how difficult the NSCA-CSCS is, probably one of the hardest tests out there with a 55% pass rate.

How much should you spend on a personal trainer? ›

The average cost of a personal trainer per month varies widely, ranging from $300 to $1,200 or more. Factors like location, experience, and session frequency influence pricing. Evaluate your budget and fitness goals to find a balance that suits your needs.

How worth it is a personal trainer? ›

A growing body of research also suggests working out with a personal trainer has a variety of benefits. Older veterans with numerous diseases and medical conditions reduced their medication usage while under the tutelage of a personal trainer, according to a 2020 study published in Gerontology and Geriatric Medicine.

What is the best price for a personal trainer? ›

Personal trainers in Los Angeles start at $29 per session. Nationwide, personal trainers cost between $29-$166 per session. Personal trainers in Los Angeles start at $29 per session. Nationwide, personal trainers cost between $29-$166 per session.

How much do most personal trainers charge? ›

Generally, personal training rates can range from $30 to $100 or more per hour. However, keep in mind that these figures are just an estimate, and prices may vary widely. Besides hourly rates, personal trainers may also offer package deals or discounted rates for multiple sessions.

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