1. Write them a workout plan.
2. Write them a diet
I normally decline both of these requests because neither one of them is as simple as it may seem. Regardless of a person’s personal success or professional success as a trainer with other people, it is very difficult to write a workout plan or a diet for someone without getting more in depth information such as their fitness goals, lifestyle, general health condition, special health concerns, medications that they are taking, allergies, etc., etc., etc.! It is also very important to know that most personal trainers are not certified or licensed dieticians, and therefore they should make that know to their clients before they make any nutritional suggestions. It should also be made know to the client that the client should check with their physician or family doctor before doing anything in regards to a dietary suggestion made by the personal trainer.