The Training Rim

Training Rim Online Training

Who else wants to work with an educated, experienced trainer to look, feel and perform their best again?

Before we go any further, let me ask you a few questions:

  • • Have you found it difficult to attend training sessions regularly due to scheduling conflicts?
  • • Have you found travel distance as an obstacle to working with a good trainer?
  • • Do you feel as if there are no qualified local trainers in your area?
  • • Are you busy, pressed for time and need to train on your own schedule, not someone else's?
  • • Have you felt having personal access to an educated and experienced trainer didn't fit your budget?
  • • Do you want to improve your health and fitness levels but aren't exactly sure what the next steps should be?

If you answered "Yes!" to any of the above questions, the Training Rim's online personal training program might be for you.

Hi! My name is Jon Rimmer and I've spent over two decades helping busy adults like you turn back the clock and feel great again. I've written books, published peer reviewed articles, ran a successful training facility and have been featured in the local news as a go to source on training.

When I say "busy adults", I mean it. I found I work best with people like me: Busy as heck, rapidly approaching (or already in) middle age, but still wanting to feel and perform like we did decades ago.

To that end, I've taken on a small, select group of busy adults who'd like to work with me one on one to look and feel their best again.

If that sounds like it may be you, keep reading. I'll map out for you exactly how we'll work together to get you looking and feeling the way you deserve to. And I'm sure you'll like that it doesn't involve scheduling hassles or traveling hassles and comes at a fraction of the cost of working with a less experienced trainer at your local gym.

Speaking of which...

I've worked in big chain gyms and small training facilities. I can tell you that most trainers have no rhyme or reason to the exercises they give their clients, which is typically why most trainer/client relationships don't last very long. Their workouts are taken from their favorite muscle magazine, online videos, or workouts are googled before a session. (Yes, I saw a trainer do that before a session with a client...)

Maybe you've seen those trainers too. Maybe you've even worked with one.

I like to think I separated myself from that nonsense years ago - my only concern is getting my clients the results they deserve from their program. To do what's best for them - just the exercises they need to be doing without wasting time with unnecessary garbage. And that's exactly what I've been doing since 1997...

It's not just a program. It's coaching.

Your first program is just the starting point - the tip of the iceberg. Every week you're going to check in with me to let me know how you're progressing, send me a video clip, and get feedback on your training.

That's right - I'm not sending you a program once per month and we both just hope you'll figure it out: Every week we're communicating to make sure you're working the program, that your exercise technique is improving, and that you're seeing awesome results. Every few weeks, we'll update your program - after all, you'll be noticing improvements in mobility, strength and athleticism - we'll want to make sure the progress keeps coming!

How can I be so confident that you'll succeed? Here's the plan:

I've been training clients online for a while now, which has allowed me to dial in my system.

First I need some information from you, then we'll jump on a quick call. During that call we'll go over...

  • • What your long and short term goals are
  • • What you've done in the past - what's worked and what hasn't
  • • What your unique, individual needs and circumstances are
  • • What exactly your program will include and exclude

At the end of that chat, we'll know if you're a good fit for my online program and if I'm a good fit for you as a trainer. And because I've been accused of being "candid", I'll be clear: This isn't for everyone.

If we decide working together is a good fit, I'll design a 100% customized training program that is specific to your needs and goals.

Yes, you read that right: Every exercise, individual workout and long term program will be personally designed for you. No one size fits all, cookie cutter programs here. This is a custom designed blueprint for you designed to get you in the best shape of your life.


Your first program is just the tip of the iceberg. At least once per week, we'll do a "check-in" to see how you're progressing and get feedback on your training.

That's correct: I'm not sending you a program and hoping you'll just figure it out. We'll be in communication to make sure you're working the program, your technique is improving, you're overcoming any obstacles that arise and that you're progressing toward your goals. We'll tweak, modify and update the program as we go to keep up with your improvements in strength and mobility.


When I trained people at the Training Rim it was $549 per month for 12 months of personal training. Some people shied away from the expense. Others saw it as an investment on which they'd get a return - they're the ones who succeeded. The former group ends up paying more in health care costs eventually anyway...

But here's the thing: With online personal training, you get the same level of programming and coaching that you'd get in person but at a fraction of the cost. Communicating in 2018 is very easy. My clients and I have found that we can get the same results online without all the other hassles of travel, scheduling and expenses that it took to see each other in person.

In fact, if you get started now, I can get you started for between $99 and $149 per month depending on your membership.

Remember: This isn't the cookie cutter program of the month BS that most "trainers" are passing off as programming. My work is 100% personalized for you.


Back to me being candid: I love helping people achieve greater levels of health fitness than they thought was possible. But I'm at a point in my career where my time is my most precious commodity - it's very important to me. As a result, I've become more picky about choosing who I work with.

If you're interested in me being your trainer, here are my criteria:

  • Show up. You need to schedule workout appointments with yourself, complete the workouts as instructed, and check in with me regularly with feedback. This alone will account for most of your success.
  • Put in the work. This isn't no pain, no gain - health is priority #1. But pushing yourself into uncomfortable territory becomes necessary sometimes.
  • Be coachable. The most successful clients with whom I've worked all had this in common: They understood there was a lot they didn't know, they wanted to learn and they were good at following directions.
  • Be sure to send me any pictures or videos of you doing exercises that I may need. This is key. I need to see what improvements you've made and what needs to be adjusted before changing your program.

That's it.


Complete the questionnaire below. Once I've reviewed your information, I'll reach out to you to schedule a no obligation coaching call (I may need a short video prior to the call). If at the end of the call we decide we're a good fit, we'll start immediately to get you the look and feel you deserve. If we decide it isn't a good fit, that"s cool too - we'll do a virtual fist bump and still be friends. I won't ask for a cent if I'm not 100% sure I can get you what you want. However...


I have very limited space in my online training program. Due to the personalized nature of it, it's logistically impossible for me to deliver individualized results to more than a small handful of people at a time. With that said, the window of opportunity may not be open for long. If you feel this is what you need, fill out the application below and we'll take it from there.

All the best!

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