In my opinion. Fitness on the Go is a certified scam. They promise young people lots of money if the young trainers pay them several hundreds of dollars a year. What kind of business offers you employment if you pay them several hundreds of dollars? Many have been victimized by Fitness on the Go. They even called me after I declined and tried to get me to pay them over the phone, for a job. Unfortunately Indeed.com allows them to advertise and even allows them to email 1000’s of victims.
After reading their emails and receiving a sales call from them I have to write a fitness on the go review. Read one of their emails:
Job Title: Personal Trainer Greater Vancouver Area $60 – $90 per session
Company: Fitness on the Go
Are you a part-time personal trainer?
Have you left the fitness industry but aren’t fully satisfied with your new job?
Are you in the fitness industry and want to take your business to the next level?
Fitness on the Go understands the struggles of the fitness industry and has created an opportunity for certified personal trainers which gives trainers the flexibility to work on their schedule while earning $60 – $90 per session. All of our trainers start as part-time and build to 15 – 30 personal training sessions a week within their first year. (About $3000 – $6000 monthly take home)
Thank you for reading my Fitness on the Go review.