8 Reasons To Hire A Personal Coach
The landslide of fitness routines and diet plans on the market can flood your sensory receptors. It is tough to narrow down a program and commit to it, especially when you really don’t fully understand how to do it.
If you are having a hard time choosing or figuring out how to perform your routine, then it is time to call a trainer. A good trainer will put you on the right path to success.
If you have been training for a while and you are not satisfied with the results you have achieved, then you need a trainer. A trainer can dissect your training routine like an investigator at a crime scene and make the appropriate changes to put you back on track to faster results.
One of the easiest ways to stifle results is to use poor exercise form. You can work out day-in and day-out, but unless you perform your exercises correctly, you won’t see the results you long after.
Bad form can cause a serious injury. A trainer can teach you good form and exercise habits that will last you a lifetime. Many beginners should hire a trainer for the first week, so they are taught proper exercise form from the start.
Exercise plateaus are often difficult to overcome by yourself. Many people just can’t find a way to surmount a plateau without the help of a professional trainer. You can save a lot of time and wasted energy if you hire a trainer when you hit a fitness plateau.
A trainer can put together a personal workout plan that will take you over the hump and onto NEW RESULTS FAST!
If you are injured and/or have a specific illness, then your doctor and trainer can work together to make sure that your training routine is effective, but safe at the same time. Working out is supposed to create better health, not impair you further.
It is an absolute must that your doctor and trainer work together if you are injured or have a specific illness that requires medical attention.
Personal trainers wear many hats, serving not only as coach, but as an educator, confidant, role model and a major source of motivation and encouragement as well.
You injured your knee, shoulder, or hip and have just finished rehab. A personal trainer, educated in post-rehab exercise can safely carry on where the physical therapist left off. With your permission, they can even consult with each other to find the best options for you.
Its proven that you get faster gains and results when using a personal trainer or coach. They can also set, track and record your progress as you go.
Reference: Frank Sepe, acefitness, Joan Kerrigan, think 24hr fitness