Strength coaches & personal trainers don't need to be broke!
(but you can be if you want)
…and you probably will if you keep doing what you are doing, which is what nearly everyone else in your industry is doing….
Here's some income statistics for physical preparation coach income:
The average income in for a gym instructor is $14-$55 per hour or $23,000-$50,000 per annum...
The average income for a personal trainer is $40-$80 per hour or $10,000-$136,000 per annum...
"The average annual salary for strength and conditioning coaches was $37,000 as of 2013..." 
Salaries for Strength and Conditioning coaches vary as much as the type of work they do; generally salaries are in the same range as those of personal trainers—typically in the $40,000 to $60,000 (U.S.) range depending on experience and qualifications. Most Strength and Conditioning coaches aspire to work at the college or professional level. Head conditioning coaches at the college level are typically paid anywhere from $45,000 to $75,000 annually. Some can earn as much as $200,000, but these higher salaries are rare. Conditioning coaches for professional teams typically earn more than college coaches, but usually less than $100,000 per year.” ,
These kinds of incomes may suit a young single person early in their working life. However what about older married professionals with children? If this is something that concerns you, you may be interested in hearing more about this.
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 Careers in Sport, Fitness, and Exercise, By American Kinesiology Association, Human Kinetics http://www.humankinetics.com/excerpts/excerpts/strength-and-conditioning-coach
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