Before you can fire your trainer (http://wellerbodiespersonaltraining.blogspot.com/2012/08/six-reasons-to-fire-your-personal.html) you need to be able to afford one. There are several easy ways to economize:1. Train at off peak hours. Most trainers are busy in the morning, late afternoon and evenings. If you have flexibility in your schedule, see if you can find a trainer who will discount an early or mid afternoon session.
2. Book a shorter session. If an hour is out of your price range, book for 30 or 45 minutes. Suggest that you perform your warm-up and cool down on your own.
3. Share a session. If you have a friend with similar goals, see if you can split the cost.
4. Try small group training. Many gyms and training studios offer small group classes. These are a great way to get personal instruction at a reduced cost.
5. Buy just a few sessions. Ask the trainer to write a program for you to follow on your own. You will benefit from an assessment and an individualized plan. Arrange to meet with the trainer a few times a year to update your program.
6. Barter. See if the trainer will accept your services or products in exchange for training sessions.