Personal Training Services AgreementA Personal Training Services Agreement sets out the relationship between you, the service provider, and the business receiving the services.
When to use a Personal Training Services Agreement
Use when engaging a new client. This formal contract outlines the client's responsibilities, goals, and commitment to the personal training program, ensuring they understand the terms, schedule, and payment structure.
Use this Personal Training Services Agreement to clearly define your (the trainer's) role, the scope of services, and potential risks associated with physical training. This agreement helps establish boundaries, releases you from liability for certain outcomes, and protects both parties in case of disputes or injuries during personal training sessions.
What is a Personal Training Services Agreement?
As a personal trainer, it's important that you have the right documents in place to make sure your services are delivered effectively and, even more importantly, that you get remunerated for those services.
A Personal Training Services Agreement like this is a legally binding contract between a personal trainer and the client. This agreement outlines the terms and conditions of the personal training services being provided, including the scope of services, schedule, payment terms, cancellation policies, and any other relevant details. It establishes clear expectations, protects both parties' rights, and defines each party's responsibilities throughout the training relationship.
Please note that this agreement has been specifically designed for use when providing training services. If your services are of a more general nature, then you can use our Services Agreement.
What should be included in the Personal Training Services Agreement?
A Personal Training Services Agreement typically includes the following key components:
Provision of services;
Warranty, alterations and rejection of services;
Copyright and intellectual property;
Limitation of liability and waivers;
Termination for provider and recipient.
What are the other names for Personal Training Services Agreement?
A Personal Training Services Agreement can also be referred to by various other names or terms, such as:
Personal Training Contract: This term highlights the legally binding nature of the agreement between the personal trainer and the client.
Fitness Training Agreement: Emphasises the focus on fitness-related services being provided by the personal trainer.
Personal Fitness Agreement: Similar to the "Fitness Training Agreement," this name underscores the fitness services' personalised nature.
Client-Trainer Agreement: This term highlights the relationship between the client and the trainer, indicating a mutual understanding of the terms and expectations.
Fitness Service Contract: A broader term encompassing a range of fitness-related services beyond personal training.
Physical Training Contract: This specifically focuses on the physical aspect of the training being provided.
Wellness Coaching Agreement: If the personal training includes aspects of wellness coaching, this term could be more fitting.
It's important to note that while the names might vary, the core purpose of the agreement remains consistent: to outline the terms, conditions, and expectations of the personal training services being provided.
Other documents you may need:
- Services Agreement (Supply to a Customer)
- Services Agreement (Pro Supplier)
- Consultancy Agreement (Pro Supplier)
Frequently Asked Questions
Is the Personal Training Services Agreement a legal document?
Yes, the Personal Training Services Agreement is a legal document. It is a legally binding contract outlining the terms and conditions of the personal training services between the personal trainer (you) and the client.
This agreement establishes the rights, responsibilities, and obligations of both parties and serves as a reference point in case of any disputes or disagreements that may arise during the course of the training relationship.
It's important for both the personal trainer and the client to carefully review and understand the terms of the agreement before signing to ensure mutual understanding and compliance with the specified terms.