Do you lack the knowledge to achieve your goals? Do you struggle with accountability? Do you want to achieve results faster? Do you want to improve the quality of your life drastically while achieving your fitness goals? Do you need advice on how to improve your diet? If you answered yes to any of these then you could benefit from the *right* personal trainer.
Personal trainers can seem expensive, but how much do you value your health and wellbeing? Keep in mind that when you hire one, whether you want to continue using them or not is up to you, but you do get to keep the acquired knowledge for the rest of your life.
Personal trainers may seem unnecessary given all the information available online, but consider the accountability and experience they provide, while saving you the time of reading and watching the information yourself.
Here are the top reasons to hire a personal trainer:
Learning About Health & Fitness
Exceptional personal trainers have likely accomplished what you want to, so they not only have sifted through the literature, but have personal experience successfully applying it. They will be able to teach you the important stuff, some of which you may have not known anything about, saving you years of time while making you very knowledgeable.
The right personal trainer will have a good assessment protocol that they use to see exactly where you are at. This will help determine which exercises you are capable of and where you need to focus your energy. In the long run, this will massively improve the way your body moves and help avoid injuries.
A well educated personal trainer will be able to take what they saw from the assessment and create a custom plan for your body to help you achieve your goals. This program will also help you move better, improving both strength and mobility. The exercises chosen will have clear paths, with regressions if something is deemed too difficult, and progressions as you continue to get stronger & more mobile. A good program will ensure no wasted time, help you achieve your goals as quickly as possible, and minimize risk for injuries & setbacks.
Personal trainers provide the accountability that is needed in the beginning to help make your health and fitness habitual. Once it becomes second nature the challenge of going to the gym and eating healthy no longer exists, it is just something that you do. Until then a personal trainer can provide you with support, encouragement, and a reason to show up to each workout.
As long as you put in the work, personal trainers will be able to help you achieve faster and far more impressive results. There is no time wasted trial and erroring random exercises, they will get right to business, setting you on the path to success. They will also be able to improve some areas you didn’t even realize needed help. Lastly, they will help get the rest of your life on track with improved diet, sleep, stress management, and so on.
Most clients of mine end up being a friend by the end of their sessions. The nature of being with someone 1-on-1 for so many hours allows you to get to know them really well and that makes me want to see them succeed even more. Find a personal trainer that you enjoy being around, as it will make the process that much better. Additionally, personal trainers usually know people throughout the fitness industry and can help introduce you to like-minded individuals who support your new lifestyle. You can end up making tons of new friends and positive relationships.
Improve Quality of Life
With a body that looks, moves, and feels so much better, your life will drastically improve. You will be able to do the things you love with confidence. You will have more energy. You will be more productive. You will have better relationships. You will get to experience life to the fullest. Find the right personal trainer and this can all become reality.
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“Perhaps the greatest purpose of a movement practice is to open up our capacity to have experiences that are profoundly meaningful” — Rafe Kelley