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Train’rs of Serbia Wants to Turn Personal Trainers Into Awesome Entrepreneurs

Led by the problems personal trainers face on the Internet, Sinisa Komlenic from train'rs today finally unveiled its solution in the form of an app that creates personalized web pages for fitness trainers and manages their business for them. The accent is placed on the form and function of the website, so clients and personal trainers can use it regardless of the device and the screen size.

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Led by the problems personal trainers face on the Internet, Sinisa Komlenic from train’rs finally unveiled its solution today in the form of an app that creates personalized web pages for fitness trainers and manages their business for them. The accent is placed on the form and function of the website, so clients and personal trainers can use it on different devices.

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Regardless of the amount of clients, train’rs will help trainers to better organize themselves, while also showing them their clients’ goals and current results. They can highlight their specialty so that future users know exactly whom they are hiring. In an interview for Netocratic, Sinisa stated:

What personal trainers need is more time to spend with their clients and this service will enable just that. The time they would spend making a website or setting up various system management schedules, now they can spend with customers.

Trainers can run their entire business through this service, including the finances. If a client is late with a payment, the service will automatically notify the trainer. The website is fully hosted by the service so there’s no need to worry about domains and hositng issues.

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At this moment, Train’rs offers two subscription plans – one which includes just the website and the other which comes with all the features. First plan costs just $5 dollars a month and offers trainers the access to the website manager.

Second one is $25 dollars per month and it includes an access to the website manager as well as the ability to track and manage customers, access calendars and monitor finances.

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