A new Chandler gym gives personal trainers a space to build their businesses as well as their clients’ bodies.

Shared Sweat

Written by Nikole Tower Category: Health & Fitness Issue: July 2017
Group Free
Pin It

Photo by Chad Cocquyt

These days, there are co-working spaces for everyone – techies, preppies, creatives. It was only a matter of time before jocks got in the mix. Chandler’s Trainer’s Club is geared toward personal trainers, providing them with a physical space to bring their clients and incubate their businesses.

Owner Cabrina McAllister dreamed of an instructor-centric facility that created “the optimum environment to train in and an environment where trainers felt they were coming to work every day to a place that is interested in them and their growing success,” McAllister says. In addition to a “home gym” outside of the corporate cluster where they can create their own schedules, rates and regimens, Trainer’s Club offers trainers professional resources and support, including digital training to learn how to effectively market and promote their services online and expand their businesses.

Any trainer who has proof of current independent trainer liability insurance and who is certified in CPR, AED and first aid can work at the gym. “From part-time trainers to professional trainers, we offer a great environment that is open to its members 24 hours a day, seven days a week,” McAllister says.

Anyone can work out at the gym, provided they come with a personal trainer. Training clients benefit from personalized fitness programs (the most common: weight loss, strength and sports training) and from having on-site coaches who help their trainers help them. Need a trainer? The Trainer’s Club coaches are happy to pair you with one who uses their facility, a 4,000-square-foot training studio that includes standard training equipment and a large turf area. A kitchen/lounge is also available for consultations and meetings. 

Trainer’s Club
6909 W. Ray Rd., Chandler
917-992-7122, trainersclubaz.com