As a personal trainer, you probably field a lot of questions from your clients about which supplements they should be taking, if any. There are so many products to choose from, and helping them navigate the difference between whey powder, aminos, pre- and post-workout, and fat burners can mean that you’re already recommending your favourite products. Adding supplements to your personal training business can be a really clever idea. But have you considered selling them yourself?
What’s in it for you? If you want some additional income or grow your personal training business, then wholesale supplements could be the way to go. You will in a great position to help your clients choose the right products to add to their diets, and they will appreciate your knowledge and dedication. A lot of supplement companies will work with you to deliver an excellent, personal service to your clients and support you along the way. When you choose to purchase wholesale supplements, you’ll also get lower prices on both the products for your clients as well as those for personal use.
What’s in it for your clients? They might already be considering using supplements, but don’t have a clue where to start. They are most likely to buy from someone they trust who understands what they want to achieve. Or perhaps they might want to try a new brand or a product they have never used before. You can give them the advice they need to make the right choice.
Will It Be Worthwhile?
This definitely can be a lucrative and beneficial venture for personal trainers who want to improve their service to their clients and make more profit. Since you will be able to get supplements at low trade prices, it will be easier to make some extra income through selling these products to your clients.
How Much Work Is It?
At the beginning, you’ll have to invest some time in both your clients and your product. You will need to spend a bit of time into speaking to your clients and encouraging them to buy supplements through you rather than elsewhere. Otherwise, the only other things you will need to think about are what and how much to order, and you will need to be organised so that you get products ordered and delivered on time.
Selling wholesale supplements should be on the top of your to do list next year. 2013 is the perfect time to build on the potential of your business and offer your clients a fantastic service. So start thinking about what brands you like and what types of products would be useful for your client base. Find a company that has fast shipping, the right support and products you believe in. Start selling supplements to your clients now and see for yourself how much profit you could make.
Bill Weston writes on a number of subjects including wholesale supplements from Bodybuilding Warehouse