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How to find a personal trainer that's perfect for you

 

Finding the perfect personal trainer is a little like falling in love. Just like the ideal love interest, you want a personal trainer who understands your goals and knows exactly how get the most out of you. We’ve put together this handy checklist to help you find a personal trainer you’ll love.

 

Test the waters before you dive in

Many personal trainers will be more than happy to offer you a complimentary training session. Consider this “the first date” and get to know your trainer before you commit.

 

Make sure they know their stuff

It’s important to find a trainer with the correct qualifications. You can rest assured knowing that all Jetts Fitness personal trainers have a minimum of a Cert IV in Fitness. Some trainers may also specialise in areas such as nutrition or injury rehabilitation, so be sure to ask if you’re looking for a trainer with a specific skillset.

 

Can they walk the talk?

A great personal trainer is someone who doesn’t just sit there and bark orders. They’re more than happy to demonstrate each move and stick by you during that grueling run you’ve been dreading.

 

Do they keep you accountable?

It’s important to find a personal trainer who will be honest and keep you accountable to your goals. The ideal trainer picks up on those days when you’re starting to slack off and provides that extra bit of motivation you need to get back into gear.

 

Are they your ultimate motivator?

If your trainer is filling your head with negativity or criticism, then it’s time to break up. The perfect personal trainer knows how to motivate you in a positive way and leave you feeling like you’ve smashed every workout.

 

If you’re on the lookout for the perfect personal trainer, get in touch with your local Jetts gym here.

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