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Personal Training: The Ultimate Guide

You probably asked yourself the question: Is personal training going to be right for me?

You most likely expect a simple answer but unfortunately, there isn't one! It depends on your situation and the type of person you are.

Have tried to change your health and fitness several times but were unsuccessful? You aren't doing it right, so it might be time to ask an experienced professional for help.

If you’re motivated to make positive changes to your life and want to work with a professional who can motivate you, and teach you skills and knowledge that will help you succeed, then personal training may be right for you

Benefits of hiring a Personal Trainer:

  • Increased Adherence

  • Quicker & Better Results

  • Learn Correct Technique

  • Keeps you accountable to your goals

How soon can you expect to see results with a personal trainer?

In as little as 4-6 weeks you can expect to learn technique for compound lifts as well as have a good understanding of the necessary movements across all joints. There are a lot of things to learn when it comes to the control of your body and with an experienced coach, you will be learning them accordingly to your training plan.

Nutritional changes should happen slowly and gradually, depending on your starting point. For the majority of the population, the main improvement would be to drink more water and increase protein and veg consumption. Implementing those nutritional changes combined with training will usually bring improvements such as:

  1. Increased energy levels

  2. Better concentration

  3. Less hunger

  4. Decrease in body fat

  5. Increased strength and muscle mass

So to answer the question of 'Should you hire a personal trainer' the simple answer is yes, but you have to understand that the work has to be done by you, not your trainer.

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