Personal Trainers and When to Use Them
My personal opinion on this subject it this – Use a personal trainer when you have been working out for 6 months or more. You have now established working out as a habit and can use the advice of a trainer to your benefit, and not a waste of money.
Most people come in for the first time go through the body analysis then hire a trainer for a week or two. They go through the training, and then you never see them again. What a waste of money and the trainer time even though they still make money.
Now I will admit I have seen people come in and stick with it, good for them but the majority of people do not.
That’s why it’s so important to make working out a way of life and not a short term event in your life. Find something that inspires you to come into the gym.
One of the things I use to inspire me is this:
I went into a retirement home to see a long time friend of the family that was not doing well, looked around, saw the other people in this retirement home and thought there’s no way I want to turn out like this NO WAY. No offense to the people in that home I do not know there personal situation but this definitely inspired me to hit the Gym in a big way.
Personal Training – Reasons behind Its Growing Industry
Personal fitness training today is becoming an industry which is growing fast, attracting people in large numbers. This is occurring due to the high pressure life styles that we have and the stress it puts on our bodies and brains.
During these tough times it is vital for people to be strong both physically and mentally. When people don’t take care of themselves, it can lead to issues with the heart and diabetes. I repeat, these issues are linked to the common problem of being overweight. This is why the advice of a fitness trainer that is experienced is the best.
Some trainers will come to your home to provide the necessary instruction and there are many well qualified trainers to choose from. Correct instruction and good nutrition can lead to great success. There are a variety of tools that can be used while you train. A few of the suggested techniques involve strength training and doing interval conditioning drills. These don’t require a lot of space or tools and can be done in the great outdoors.
Personal fitness trainers maintain excellent business relationships with physicians, physiotherapists, dietitians and other related health professionals. Therefore, they are always aware of the latest health programs and the new trends in work out rehabilitation, energy, nutrition and exercise for weight loss, and analysis for motivation.
When you first start a fitness program, it is wise to set realistic goals and keep in mind that it can take as long as a year to reach fitness goals that becomes a part of your lifestyle. Don’t seek out a fast solution. Drastic methods may help in shedding some fat, but they always have serious consequences on your health in the long run. Exercising regularly for some time under the guidance of a personal trainer is a far better option than engaging in strict dieting.