If you think you can’t get your workout into your day because of work—think again. If you are skipping your workouts due to a busy job and sitting in an office all day, that’s a double sedentary whammy. Sitting too much is detrimental to your health and can increase your risk for a cascade of health ills including obesity, high blood pressure, diabetes, cancer, and depression. Even a little is better than nothing. Here’s how a Personal Trainer can be beneficial: –
Motivation & Accountability
Have you got plenty of drive, discipline and motivation? Do you have the power to push yourself beyond a threshold of comfort? If you’re answering ‘no’, then Personal Training may be worth considering. By having a regular Personal Training appointment you are immediately more committed and accountable to someone other than yourself. Personal Trainers are experts at encouraging you to reach new levels and exceed self-expectations, even after a hard day at the office.
Are you one of those types who do something really well for a short period of time before losing interest? Have you had past troubles with sticking to a goal for a decent period of time? If so, then you need to invest in the services of a Personal Trainer. The average gym member lasts three months before falling off the wagon. Having a Personal Trainer will extend your gym life, and make you more likely to adhere to an exercise plan for a greater length of time.
Injuries & Medical Complications
There’s no second-guessing here. If you’ve had a major injury, surgery, or have other serious health concerns, a Personal Trainer is a must. To ensure you only take steps forward, being guided by a professional is essential to your health and wellness.
Progress & Record-keeping
Are you serious about achieving your goals? Do you like a record of your on-going progress? Part of a Personal Trainer’s role is planning new programmes based upon the results.