A Personal Trainer is your best choice if you are new to the gym or looking to boost your current training program. Our Personal Trainers will work with you to develop a safe and effective fitness routine. You will get one on one attention to make sure your fitness routine is tailored only for you!
Too many people go to the gym and stumble through their exercise routine the best way they know how. They don’t use proper form, so they never maximize their benefits. Doing exercises the wrong way also increases the risk of injury. Having a personal trainer changes all of that. The right personal trainer can show you how to do it right the first time – so you’ll look like a pro from day one. No more stumbling around – hoping nobody’s watching & praying you’re doing it right. Some people find that this reason alone is worth the cost of a personal trainer.
Personal Trainer Benefits:
- Shorten the time you spend working out
- Allows you to work out smarter, not longer.
- Create Accountability & Life Time Habits
It’s harder to skip a workout with your trainer than skipping a workout at the gym. Sometimes this is the motivation people need to make such a big commitment to merge fitness into their lifestyle. Stick with a personal trainer and exercise becomes an ingrained habit.
Motivation – If you’re having trouble getting motivated or are entirely new to the fitness world, a personal trainer can certainly make your fitness life easier and if that’s the case, it’s worth every penny.
Are you working towards a specific goal or looking for a more one-on-one approach to fitness? We offer fitness training that is completely customized to meet your needs. We use a combination of exercises and modern fitness equipment to help you meet your goals. BodybyDathonie will get your body in shape by developing an individualized program that will have you shedding fat, toning up and losing inches in no time.
10 Reasons to Hire Me
- You’re Not Seeing Results – If you’ve exercised consistently for several weeks & aren’t reaching your goals, hiring a trainer is a good choice.
- You Don’t Know Where to Start – Knowing how to set up an exercise schedule that includes all the activities you need – cardio, weight training, and flexibility – can be overwhelming.
- You’re Bored with the Same Old Workouts – A trainer can bring a fresh perspective and new ideas to challenge both your body and your mind.
- You Need to Be Challenged – A trainer motivates you to push past those self-imposed limits, encouraging you to lift heavier, go longer & challenge yourself more than you would on your own.
- You Want to Learn How to Exercise on your Own – Just a few sessions can teach you a lot about your body, how it works and how to train it in the most effective way.
- You Need Accountability and Motivation – Trainers come with built-in motivation. There’s nothing like a standing appointment to get your butt in gear for a workout.
- You Have a Specific Condition – If you have arthritis, heart disease, old injuries, etc., working with a trainer can help you find a program to heal injuries and avoid any further problems.
- You’re Training for a Sport or Event – If you’re training for a marathon or some other type of event, a trainer can help you figure out what you need to do to stay strong.
- You Want Supervision & Support – Some people know how to exercise & even know how to do the exercises correctly, but they like having a trainer around for support and supervision.
- You Want to Workout at Home – If you’d like to exercise at home but either don’t have any equipment or aren’t sure how to use what you have, in-home personal training is an excellent choice.
Things All Personal Trainers Wish You Didn’t Do
- Withhold Health Information – Are you on medications? Did your recent bone scan reveal thinning bones? Did you injure your knee or had back surgery 5 years ago? Your trainer needs to know these important health facts to keep you safe.
- Complain – To a personal trainer, complaining doesn’t make sense. If you’re paying someone to work you out & push you, then expect to be worked out & pushed. In fact, complaining takes up precious time that a trainer can use for explaining proper form & other valuable information.
- Make Excuses – Many people are busy and have trouble fitting in exercise. But once you commit to working out with a trainer, refrain from making excuses for missing a workout. Excuses are what have kept you from reaching your full potential from the get-go.
- Lie – A good trainer is constantly modifying your workout plan to fit you. If you’re lying about your workout or eating plan, then a trainer isn’t going to be able to adapt your fitness plan accordingly. At the end of the day, you’re paying a trainer to help you reach your goals.
- Talking Too Much (Or Not Enough) – A trainer can design your personal workout based on the information you give them. If you’re as closed as a clam, then it’s near impossible for a trainer to help you set goals that matter to you. On the flip side, if you’re a total chatty Cathy, then you really need to make sure that your conversations with your trainer stay on track and are about fitness, your goals, and your health.
- Not Following Your Plan – Simply put, if you believed in a trainer enough to buy their services, then believe in them enough to follow their advice!
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