Trends come and go in our industry, but one recent trend that has some staying power is small group training.
Small group training: one trainer instructing a group of four to 10 clients.
Obviously, the number of clients in a small group can be larger, but when the number is too large, it is more difficult to give proper attention to the participants.
Offering small group training allows me to work with more people at once and drop my price point to make fitness instruction more affordable.
Another reason small group training has become popular is due to the benefits of working in a group. When people start exercising in a group, they establish relationships and make friends with other people in the group — helping them become regular participants in group activities.