Australia’s most influential personal trainers are not only earning money by training clients, running gyms and partnering with brands, but they’re also inspiring thousands and sometimes even millions of fitness fanatics via their social media accounts.
To reveal Australia’s highest earning PTs online, we analysed the Instagram accounts of some of the country's most followed personal trainers!
The top ten highest earning personal trainers
Top three highest earning personal trainers
Kayla Itsines is the hugely popular personal trainer behind the Sweat app and BBG community, which keeps users motivated via her tailored workouts.
With over 13 million followers on Instagram, it is estimated that Itsines could be earning over $57,504 per post.
Emily Skye, with over 2.5 million followers, is estimated to be earning $11,151 per post on Instagram. The 36 year old online personal trainer regularly shares inspiring posts and workouts to help get her followers moving.
Coming in third place is Nick Cheadle with over 777,000 followers on Instagram. Nick is the co-owner of Paragon.sp and a renowned personal trainer, offering online classes, macro coaching and an Instagram page to inspire any gym goer.
We compiled a list of 25 of the biggest celebrity personal trainers in Australia, by using a number of different lists to find out how much they could be charging per post on Instagram, based on their number of followers and engagement rates.
We then used Influencer Marketing Hub to calculate the earnings to calculate the per post earnings.