Before turning it into a career, I had a PT myself, so I know firsthand how beneficial it can be to work out with a PT. Still…you might ask yourself – what are the benefits of having a personal trainer?
Here’s a list summarising just a few of the benefits of working out with a PT (there are many more!):
- Goal setting – it can be hard to define goals sometimes but as your Personal Trainer I will be there every step of the way to make sure you set yourself realistic goals and achieve them;
- Accountability – sticking to a regular fitness schedule and working out with a PT will hold you much more accountable and help you achieve your goals! ‘I’ll go tomorrow’ won’t be acceptable any more;
- Motivation – sometimes, it can be hard to find the time or motivation to work out. Regular sessions with a PT can help maintain motivation;
- Fun – sometimes it’s just more fun (and perhaps less scary!) to work out with another person;
- Creating habits – while it ultimately comes down to how much effort you are willing to put in, a PT can share advice on how to maintain consistency and discipline and create long-term fitness habits;
- Individualised training plans – as a PT, I create a training plan that suits your specific training goals and lifestyle;
- Variety – in the gym, I often see people do the same exercises over and over again. I can help you switch up your routine and make it more fun and effective;
- Challenging – Feel bored with your fitness routine or feel like you’ve plateaued? I can take your training to the next level and will make sure every session is fun yet challenging at the same time, whatever your level;
- Efficient use of time – with work and social commitments, it can be hard to find time to exercise. And if you don’t know what you’re doing, exercising will only be beneficial to a certain extent. I make sure every single of my clients’ session is tailored to their goals and therefore an efficient use of time;
- Knowledge and education – I love sharing my passion and knowledge of exercise and fitness! Working out with a PT will give you extra fitness knowledge, which you can then use for your own training;
- Safety – exercise can be risky – there are for example so many people in the gym not paying attention to their form, which can lead to serious injuries. Exercising with a PT will ensure you’re doing it in a safer environment;
- Flexibility – as a freelancer, I work flexible hours, meaning we’ll always find a time to train that works around your schedule and location;
- Nutrition tips – with so many myths surrounding healthy eating and nutrition, it is hard to know the right answers. I can help you clarify some of those myths and give nutrition tips;
- Well-being – personal training isn’t only about fitness and nutrition for me! It’s also about creating healthy habits that will improve your overall quality of life in the long term.