Trainerize is a gym management and personal training solution that enables fitness centers to provide personalized and effective workout programs to their customers. Its features include training management, exercise builders, nutrition tracking, client performance monitoring, and messaging tools. In this article, we cover user reviews and pricing. Ready to try Trainerize? Get a free trial.
Trainerize offers a free option and three paid plans: Grow ($5/month), Pro (ranges from $20 to $40/month), and Studio (ranges from $60 to $300/month). The main differences between the plans include the number of clients and locations that can be enrolled to an account and access to advanced features such as priority support.
$20 to $40
$216 to $432
$60 to $300
$648 to $840
Users can opt to create a custom branded mobile app for a one-time fee of $99. They can also activate the in-app payment system called Trainerize Pay for $7/month.
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What Trainerize Does Well
Users who gave Trainerize a positive review said that the app has helped them manage their members’ fitness programs more efficiently. They also said that it made them more organized in handling multiple clients. A lot of users said that the company often updates the app to improve its performance.
One user who gave Trainerize a positive review on Software Advice said that it has helped scale his business as everything is trackable online. He shared that through the program, they are able to create more personalized and effective programs, be able to monitor their clients’ activity level, and see how often they are working out. He also commended its in-app messaging functionality for helping them communicate with their clients better.
What Trainerize Does Not Do Well
As of the date this article was written (01/15/19), there are not a lot of negative reviews about Trainerize. Some users said that the meal plan creation feature can be improved. However, it is notable that most users are happy with the software in general.
One user who gave Trainerize a negative review on Software Advice said that only one meal plan can be uploaded at a time and that it always has to be in a document format. He suggested having an integration with a meal plan building software to improve the way diet programs are managed.
Check out the list below of some of Trainerize’s features:
- Training Templates
- Exercise Library
- Client Tracking and Management
- Nutrition Tracking
- Client Messaging and Groups
- Paperless Client Profiles
- Attachments and Document Management
- Mobile App for iOS and Android
- In-App Branding
Can users upgrade or downgrade their plan?
How can Trainerize help users personalize their service to their clients?
Here is a list of some of Trainerize’s popular integrations: