Why do I need a personal trainer?

 In Fitness

A personal trainer offers certain benefits you can’t find when working on your own or in large groups. First and foremost, a personal trainer is a health professional whose objective is to elaborate and carry out a sports-nutritional programme totally adapted to your personal characteristics and needs, a programme designed solely and exclusively for you to reach the objectives you pursue, far from general sports programs which, although they may be attractive, do not really manage to adapt fully to you. In addition, a personal trainer will continuously supervise your training and evolution, your nutrition, way of life… in such a way that you will always know that you are doing well. Here are 9 reasons why you want to hire a personal trainer:

1. Motivation

One of the main reasons a person can benefit from the services of a personal trainer is that he or she provides the motivation needed to consistently adjust to a training program. Certified personal trainers offer structure and help to develop a level of physical and mental fitness that promotes health and improved performance.
There are people who find it difficult to maintain continuity in the aspect of sports training. The trainer travels to your home, office, park or any other place you request and at the time you choose, being able to adapt the program to your day to day in order to ensure that you do not miss any training session.

2. Individualized program

If you have any chronic health conditions, injuries or training related goals (running a marathon, for example) a personal trainer will work with you and take care of your health (together with your doctor) to plan a safe and efficient program that considers these needs and enables you to reach the goals.
The personal trainer helps you focus on results and prevents you from wasting time doing inefficient or unnecessary sessions. A personal trainer has a plan and will help you get the most results in the shortest time possible.

3. Improving technique and skills

If you practice a specific sport, or visit the gym regularly or even if you have equipment at home, the personal trainer will help improve your skills and technique by showing you how to use the equipment correctly and also by showing you new training techniques specific to your sport. The trainer will incorporate new training techniques into your program so that you can improve not only your strength, endurance, flexibility, body composition,… but also your agility and mental focus.

4. You are new to exercise or a new sport

If you are a beginner or have been offline for a long time, the personal trainer is the best you can find. A good coach will introduce you to very simple and effective routines and will effectively build the job so that before you know it, you have the confidence and knowledge to find the options yourself and decide what is right for you. The trainer will lay the foundations for you to develop efficiently in the sport you intend to practice.

5. Only towards a new adventure

If you finally want to learn all the facets of designing your own routines so you don’t need a personal trainer, you may only need a few months. All good personal trainers will teach you the foundation for building and modifying a program to achieve maximum results with autonomy.

6. Working safely

A personal trainer observes your form, posture and after analyzing your vital signs by means of apparatus or physical tests, can elaborate an objective analysis about your limits and strengths. Many of us tend to ignore or underestimate many of the important signals our bodies try to communicate (this may be one of the reasons why many beginners who sign up for gyms drop out in a few days or weeks or even injure themselves). Many of these new clients sometimes take their limits too far in too short a time, going through pain and/or inappropriate practices; the vast majority give up too soon. As a personal trainer can observe what you’re doing while you’re doing it, they can help you make the right effort and progress effectively, advising you whether to tighten more or reduce the intensity.

7. Training at home

Your personal trainer does the work in the home, office or place that best suits your client. If you don’t have the interest or aren’t the kind of person who likes to go to a gym, but you find it hard to know what to do or if you have trouble doing it yourself at home, a personal trainer can take the fitness to your own dining room. At home, you can do a lot more exercise than you can imagine.

8. Losing weight

There is every reason to argue that the main reason people hire the services of a personal trainer is to lose weight, find some muscle tone and get in shape. This is simply because it actually works. If you’ve made the decision to eliminate fat and improve your body’s firmness, a trainer can help you find the right way to achieve your goal.

9. Your best ally

Without a doubt your personal trainer will always be your best ally to achieve the goals you pursue, will be someone who is constantly at your side, supporting, encouraging and adapting to your day today to make your life easier. It will always be someone concerned about you, your health, your problems, your worries and you can always count on to overcome adversity and get a better life.

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