A personal trainer should have specialized exercise prescription(s) written out for each client and their individual needs. This should take place either the day before training sessions or programmed even further ahead than that. A personal trainer begins the day by knowing the daily schedule of clients’ sessions. He/ she will check this through a corporate interface (MindBody, Octa, or some similar platform). When the client arrives the trainer will check him/her in with biometrics (usually fingerprint scan). This will program the session through the system for billing purposes (debiting sessions out of clients’ sessions packs/ EFT drafts etc.). The trainer runs the session for its duration and completes the session by acknowledging its completion through the corporate platform. When a trainer is not on a session they may have floor hours, which consists of either making phone calls to offer free trial orientations with him/ her (ie MyPath), cleaning the floor (picking up weights, wiping down machines, etc), or following up with MIA clients (clients with low frequency return rates/ no shows/ absolutely no longer coming).