personal fitness trainer

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30 minutes

$25

  • Accountability checks
  • Nutrition coaching
  • Individual training plans
  • Towels
  • Spa discounts
60 minutes

$40

  • Accountability checks
  • Nutrition coaching
  • Individual training plans
  • Towels
  • Spa discounts
90 minutes

$60

  • Accountability checks
  • Nutrition coaching
  • Individual training plans
  • Towels
  • Spa discounts
Group lessons

$35 per session

  • Accountability checks
  • Nutrition coaching
  • Individual training plans
  • Towels
  • Spa discounts
  • Access to Master Level Personal Trainers
Per month

$250

  • Accountability checks
  • Nutrition coaching
  • Individual training plans
  • Towels
  • Spa discounts
  • Access to Master Level Personal Trainers
  • Unlimited 24/7 gym access
For a year

$2600

  • Accountability checks
  • Nutrition coaching
  • Individual training plans
  • Towels
  • Spa discounts
  • Access to Master Level Personal Trainers
  • Unlimited 24/7 gym access
An exercise coach helps you master the technical side of the workout and guides you through the entire process. To get the best effect, you need a personal instructor. Knowing that you need a personal fitness trainer is the right and courageous step. Not all people who study in the gym recognize the need for help and mentoring. How to find a good coach? How to define professionalism? What are the benefits of personal training? You will learn all this from the article. In short, the job of a personal fitness trainer is to guide you in the right direction, control your exercise technique, and help you reach your goal. Everything else is on you: diligence, desire, adherence. Fitness with him is much more effective than doing sports on his own. Why do you need a coach: can I handle it myself? As practice shows, independent training without the advice of an instructor is ineffective. There are several reasons:
Inconsistency with the set goals. If you just want to keep fit, you don't need fat burning workouts. When you need to train endurance, the emphasis is on cardio, not strength, etc.
Incorrect technique. It is dangerous not only with a low efficiency rate, but also with injuries. Especially when working with weights: the wrong grip or extra load on the back - injury, sprain, health consequences. Also, the trainer insures, tells you how to modify the exercise to fit your needs.
Lack of motivation. Contrary to popular belief, a coach is not just a physical education teacher. First of all, this is a person who is interested in helping you as an athlete, friend and motivator. The correct words of support stimulate an additional approach, give confidence in yourself and the desire to practice. If you already have a prepared training program, you know how to do the exercises, then you can do without a mentor. For those who first came to the gym for a specific purpose, have never had anything to do with sports, we advise you to enlist the support of a coach in order to fulfill the program to the maximum. Last but not least, one of the main reasons to work with a personal trainer is that he can teach you all aspects of health, fitness and training. Knowledge is power, and when it comes to your fitness goals, having the right understanding of what you need to achieve those goals is incredibly empowering. Being able to ask a fitness professional with any questions you have, rather than googling information yourself, can provide detailed and personalized answers to help you succeed. An instructor with high qualifications, special education, sports regalia and extensive work experience takes much more than an amateur or a beginner per hour. You pay for:
invaluable experience and individual approach; time taken;
a developed training program taking into account the anatomy, your needs;
safety during work.
Benefits of working out with a personal trainer in the gym
The positive aspects of training with a personal mentor include: