Tuesday, January 13, 2015

Reasons to Hire a Personal Trainer in 2015

Happy 2015!

  1. Consistency and Motivation  

Having trouble just getting to the gym?  Hire a personal trainer.  Having scheduled appointments will help you get there regularly and you will have someone to keep you motivated to finish your workouts.

  1. Safety

Unsure how to use the equipment at the gym or how to perform exercises without hurting yourself?  A personal trainer will show you how to exercise safely and instruct on proper use of equipment.

  1. Individualized Workouts  

What works for one person may not work for another. A personal trainer will develop an effective program for you based on the results of your fitness assessment and your personal goals.

  1. Effective Workouts

A personal trainer can help maximize your time by providing workouts designed to meet your goals efficiently in the time you have available.

  1. Injury Rehabilitation

Are injuries and/or accidents preventing you from participating in your favorite activities?  An experienced personal trainer can make the road to recovery easier by recommending exercises that emphasize overall muscular balance to prevent future injuries.

  1. Sports Specific Training  

Many amateur and professional athletes work with personal trainers during the off season to prepare for inseason competition.  Your trainer can personalize your program to the sport of your choice.  Time to think about improving that golf game, tennis, soccer, running a marathon.

  1. Focus on your unique health concerns  

People with health challenges such as diabetes, asthma, osteoporosis, heart disease, and arthritis can benefit greatly from regular physical activity, however exercising with these conditions can be a safety challenge. Have your trainer design a program that addresses your special needs.

  1. Education

Your trainer is there to teach you the hows and whys of exercise and help you find out what will work best for you!!

Not seeing results from that same old workout?  It’s time for an update!

Blog post by Colleen Britton.

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