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Top 10 reasons to work with a Personal Trainer

  1. Motivation - A Personal Trainer can play many roles - a coach, an educator, a role model, confidant, and even a motivator for days when you just don’t have the energy.
  2. Consistency - Do you find it difficult to stick to your usual exercise routine? Do you find other reasons to skip the gym?  Scheduling regular appointments with a personal trainer will ensure consistent work out routines.
  3. Safety - Not sure why your knees hurt every time you squat?  A personal trainer can and will keep you safe during workouts. 
  4. Individualized Instruction - What works for one person in the gym doesn’t always work for the other.  A personal trainer can tailor workouts to reach your specific goals.
  5. Effective Workouts - Not everyone has 2 hours a day to spend in the gym.  A personal trainer can utilize the allotted time for the most effective workout.
  6. Supervision - Need help with spotting?  Not sure if the form on your lunges is correct? A personal trainer is there to supervise, instruct, and correct when necessary.
  7. Sport-Specific Training - Want to beat your co-worker at the next round of golf?  A personal trainer can enhance workouts to increase athletic ability.
  8. Injury Rehabilitation - Recovering from an injury?  Still have an injury that seems to linger?  Working with an experienced personal trainer can help with the transition from injury to normal activity.
  9. Special-Needs Training - Research confirms that individuals with health challenges such as diabetes, asthma, osteoporosis or heart disease benefit greatly from regular physical activity. These conditions can make exercising safely a challenge. Many personal trainers are experienced in designing programs that address the special needs of these and other conditions.
  10. Ego-Boost - It’s no secret - when you feel good, you look good (and vice versa).  Working with a personal trainer who provides positive reinforcement can take you to new heights, not only in your workouts but in other aspects of your life.