Our clients work one-on-one with a coach for a variety of reasons. Some are not ready for group classes, others are recovering from an injury, and still others just need someone to keep them accountable. All of these are a great reason why a personal trainer can be a great resource.
Trying to figure out if a trainer is something you should invest in, here are a few things to consider. If
you answer yes, now is a great time to take an extra step in your fitness goals.
Are you new and not even sure where to get started on a fitness path?
Have you hit a plateau and not making progress?
Need extra accountability to help you be consistent showing up on your training days?
Need an extra push for the extra intensity in your workouts?
Want to learn new movements and ensure you are doing them correctly?
Recovering from an injury or illness and want to ensure you return to the gym safely?
Trying to get your first pull up, hit a persona PR, or just feel more comfortable in group classes?
Most of us work harder in the presence of others. Have a personal trainer waiting for you will ensure
you show up for yourself, they will provide the encouragement, energy and motivation you need to get
started, but also to finish and not give up on yourself. A trainer will help you set realistic goals, create a
plan to accomplish them and celebrate the day you reach them. When it comes to fitness, everyone is
different and there is no one shoe fits all approach. Your unique body mechanics, experience, goals,
fitness level, likes and dislikes can guide your trainer in creating a plan specific to your needs. With a
program that fits, you are more likely to maintain the habit you are creating and reach the goals you
have set for yourself.
Your personal trainer is much more than a fitness coach. Their there to help improve your fitness, but
they also care about your well-being. They can help improve nutrition and even your mental health by
giving you exercises aimed at relieving stress. Don’t let intimidation hold you back! The benefits of
personal training outweigh your fears by a long shot. You can sign up for in personal or online training
via zoom and know that the one-on-one attention won’t be compromised.