Personal Trainers DO Make A Difference. Why Use Them ?

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The idea of why a trainer may be useful for your particular fitness program may hinder on cost, scheduling times, location, or other factors. Here are some basic points that you should know. They include: Safety, Motivation, and more. Learn more!

At some point 70% of all Americans begin an exercise program. In less than 3 months 80% of those individuals will quit. More importantly, 80% of all gym memberships are never used. Interestingly, 85% of all individuals who have a personal trainer maintain their gym schedule. It may be a difficult decision for you, or it may be a very simple one to use a personal trainer.

The idea of why a trainer may be useful for your particular fitness program may hinder on cost, scheduling times, location, or other factors. Using a personal trainer can be very simple or very complicated, but there are some basic points that you should know. This will enable you to decide what trainer is best for you.

Safety:
Personal trainers are individuals who have undergone certification and testing to prescribe exercise and in some cases dietary regimens. Exercising in the gym can be very intimidating.

There are hundreds of machines, thousands of buttons, and millions of ways to hurt yourself. Getting on the right exercise program will help you to improve your quality of life and in some cases, extend your life expectancy.

Getting on the wrong exercise program is likely to result in injury. In this year very few people will die from exercise. The younger you are the less likely you are to die the older athlete; however, younger athletes are more likely to get injured.

Motivation:
This is the primary key for what to look for in a personal trainer. Whomever you choose as a personal trainer has to motivate you. It needs to be someone that for whatever reason makes you want to go to the gym and do your best. If this person can motivate you to change her life outside of the gym, all the better.

The best type of training partner is the type of person that encourages you to perform at a level of 110%. This person may be soft-spoken, or bark at you like a drill sergeant. Your particular personality will determine what type of individual is best for you.

Organization:
Another great quality to look for in a personal trainer relies heavily on that person’s ability to run things smoothly. Great personal trainers have an ability to establish a plan and in most cases, give you insight about that plan. They will establish goals and make them obtainable for you.

Intensity:
Depending on your particular fitness goals and obviously your general physical condition, your trainer will pick an exercise intensity that is appropriate for you. Any good personal trainer can read a client’s response and appropriately adapt the exercise. Excessive stress, whether physical or mental, will result in substandard success and can also lead to injury.

Conclusion
trainers come a dime a dozen and finding the one that will best suit your needs may take a little bit of time. Eventually, when you find the right person, it fits like a glove. Those individuals will be very powerful and shaping your life for the better.

Hopefully, they will have such an impact on you that they will make you quit bad habits and replace them with healthier ones. Don’t be afraid to ask a few questions, look up some names and try different trainers, even if the first two didn’t work out.

The best piece of advice that I can give you is related to the Nike commercial: “JUST DO IT!” Stopped feeling sorry for yourself, get off of the couch, spend some money on yourself for something useful (your life and your health) and don’t be afraid.

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