MY PT HUB

Save up to 30% on your My PT Hub subscription


My PT Hub is an online web and mobile app that enables personal trainers, coaches and gym owners to manage their clients by creating customisable training and nutrition programmes, whilst tracking their progress.

My PT Hub are offering CIMSPA members discounts on their services, so that you can try the platform and see what My PT Hub can do for your business. Receive 25% off the first 3 months of your membership or 30% off the annual plan.

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The platform offers a whole host of features that aim to help you run your business, whether that is as a freelance personal trainer, or a gym owner. With the app, you have all of the tools that you need in one, easily accessible place which is adaptable to your lifestyle.

 
There are features across the app which help not only to brand your business with a completely customisable platform, but deliver the best experience to your clients as possible. Plus, My PT Hub offers its members features that give the ability to run their businesses from anywhere, working to your busy and flexible work schedules. These features include:

  • Create programmes
  • Build and assign custom nutrition plans
  • Design and create bespoke workouts
  • Show clients progress with a results tracker
  • Ability to sell packages
  • Accept payments
  • Run classes by setting capacities, waiting lists and check-in via app
  • Ability to add as many clients as you want free of charge
  • PAR-Q completion on enrollment
  • Instant messaging
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To redeem your discount, head over to the member benefits area of your tahdah account and follow the link, using the discount code listed.

 

Become a CIMSPA member

Join the best in the sector and become a CIMSPA member today to receive great discounts like this and much more. For more information head over to our individuals page here, or contact info@cimspa.co.uk or call 03438 360200
 

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