I'm working with a friend and the trainer comes for a second time and is saying that I have to stop training because I'm training my friend and is make me fill very uncomfortable to be in the place
You can complain to management or go to a different gym.
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Many gyms have rules that prohibit anyone except their own employees from training other people in their facilities. This is a common rule, and it is legal for the gym to enforce it.
If you want to train you friend in a gymnasium, you will have to find a different gymnasium that allows you to train someone else on their premises, even when you do not work there. Before you consider resigning your existing gym membership and working out someplace else, you should check the other facility's rules. I suspect you will find that the other gyms in your town also prohibit non-employees from training people on their premises.
Exactly as others answered. You can complain to management or switch gyms. But also, gyms are allowed to have their own policies about who may do personal training there.
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