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10 Reasons You Need A Personal Trainer

Whether you're looking to shape up in time for an event, or just need that bit of extra encouragement to get you moving, working with a personal trainer is a great way to fast track your results. Here's to reasons why you should work with a personal trainer:

  1. You’ll see better results
    Have you been working our consistently for several weeks, months or even years and aren’t seeing the changes you’d like? Working with a personal trainer is definitely a good idea. A trainer can check out your current exercise routine and eating habits and help you see where you could make changes to create more effective workouts. A personal trainer can also help you determine if the goals you’ve set are realistic for you.
  2. They’ll help you get started
    Knowing how to set up a balanced workout that includes all the exercises you need to do is tough work and can be very confusing. Why not leave this to the professionals? Working with a trainer means that they can help you maximize your time while helping you stay within your own limits, so you don’t overdo it. A trainer can also help you set goals and map out a specific schedule so you know when, how and where you’ll fit in your workouts.
  3. You’ll get some variety
    If you’re an experienced gym-goer, maybe you haven’t considered working out with a personal trainer. But taking on a trainer can add some much needed variety to your workouts. Lets face it, the best way to get results is by mixing things up and giving your mind and body some new challenges. Even if you just do a few sessions or meet every few weeks, you’ll find it refreshing to have new workouts to try.
  4. There are no more excuses
    If you sometimes slack off on your workouts, especially when things get tough, taking on a trainer will help eliminate the excuses. They’ve heard it all before, and will motivate you to push past those self-imposed limits, encouraging you to lift heavier, go longer and challenge yourself more than you would on your own. You’ll find it’s very hard to slack off with a trainer standing over you, encouraging you to do just…one…more…rep!
  5. You’ll gain independence
    Even if your goal is to create your own workouts and exercise by yourself, taking on a personal trainer for a few sessions can be great for learning the right way to exercise. This is especially true if you want to learn more about the muscles in your body, the exercises that target those muscles and how to do those exercises with great form. Just a few sessions can teach you a lot about your body and how it works.
  6. You’ll be held accountable
    Trainers come with built-in motivation. There’s nothing like a booked personal training session to get your butt in gear for a workout. Not only that, a personal trainer provides accountability, so even when you don’t have a session, you know your trainer will be asking if you did your planned workouts. Just knowing that makes it harder to skip a day!
  7. Training for a reason?
    If you have any specific issues like arthritis or old injuries, working with a personal trainer can help you find a program that works with your issues and not against them. It’s also a great idea to work with a trainer if you’re pregnant and want a safe, effective workout to keep you healthy and fit. Just check that your trainer has experience with what you’re dealing with.
  8. You’ll be well prepared
    If you’re training for a marathon, a gold tournament or some other type of sport or event, working out with a personal trainer can help you figure out what you need to do to be prepared for the big day. Your personal trainer might even know other members who are training for the same thing, personal training mixed with a friend makes workout out a whole lot easier.
  9. Better support
    Some people know how to exercise and they even know how to do the exercises correctly, but they like having a personal trainer for support. If you’re lifting heavy weights or need someone to help with partnered activities, working with a personal trainer is a great way to add the extra support to your workout. They can spot you during workouts and help you come up with a great training plan.
  10. You can even get outdoors
    If you want to add some variety to your workouts, taking your personal training sessions outside is a fantastic way to mix things up. A trainer can show you exactly how to use what’s on offer outdoors so you get the best workout no matter where you are. Mix outdoors with club training and you’ll have a direct path to increased fitness. 

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