Focus on Your Unique Health Concerns: Surveys show that 50% of personal trainer's clients have special medical needs, such as arthritis, diabetes or obesity. Your personal trainer can help you with these and other issues, including lower back pain, rehabilitation from injury and pre/postnatal training. Your personal trainer can work with your physician, physical therapist or other health care provider to plan a safe, efficient program that will speed your recovery and enable you to reach your health goals.
Health and Fitness Assessment: Your personal trainer will provide you with a medical screening (Blood Pressure, Resting Heart Rate, Body Fat %, Body Weight) and a Physical Fitness Assessment (Cardiovascular, Absolute Strength, Dynamic Strength, Flexibility), setting realistic goals based on your achievements.
Proper Technique & Form: Watching all the youtube videos in the world and reading all the fitness magazines does not substitute having a person by your side providing you with immediate feedback on form and technique. Trainers pay attention to both your mind and body to help you achieve your goals more quickly by making sure you are doing each exercise correctly, helping to prevent injury.
Personalized Program: A trainer will develop a variety of programs that are specific to you and your goals whether they are running goals, strength goals, or overall health. A trainer can help you build a durable and resilient body.
Enhance Your Mind, Body, and Spirit: A personal trainer can act as a doorway to new personal growth experiences. Your personal trainer may help you uncover new insights about yourself or find potential you didn't realize you had.
Solid, Consistent, Non-Judgmental Support: Trainers don't judge. They help you see all of your successes, big and small, even when you can't see them yourself. Through this support, trainers will hold you accountable and motivate you despite your feelings about yourself!
Accountability & Motivation: Your personal trainer will keep you accountable with each workout, enhancing your motivation to remain committed to achieving your personal goals and develop a lifestyle that places a high priority on health and activity.
Relationship Building: You develop a relationship with your trainer like no other. Your relationship is very personal. There are not very many people whom you share goals so specifically, who in turn will work so diligently to help you achieve them.
Maximum Workout/ Minimize Time: You will burn more calories in less time when working with a trainer. The trainer develops a program that is efficient and allows you to get the most in the shortest amount of time.