So you have put on some weight over several holidays or you have been putting off that fitness goal you have had in mind for years. Now you are out of shape but your mind tells you that you need to do something about it. Instead of asking if you need a personal trainer, ask yourself these questions first.
Are you at least 35 years old and above with not much prior exercise experience. And you do not stick to a plan for more than 2 weeks.
ANY HISTORY OF INJURIES?
Are you trying to get in shape but you have an injury history which you do not know how to manage it and still get results from exercise?
ANY HEALTH RISKS?
Trying to lose weight because your doctor mentioned you have some health risks, namely high blood pressure, obesity, osteoperosis just to name a few.
CONSTANTLY LETHARGIC OR POOR HEALTH?
Do you constantly suffer from poor energy, lethargy and keeps falling sick often and easily?
PREPARING FOR GRACEFUL AGEING?
Are you looking to improve your physical strength, physique and posture to prepare yourself for graceful ageing?
If you have answered “YES” to at least 2 of these questions, then it is highly like that you should engage a personal trainer.
WHY CHOOSE A PERSONAL TRAINER
A personal trainer will not only help you to identify your goals, he/she will break it down into more bite-sized achievements to ensure that you arrive to your goals efficiently and injury-free.
Your personal trainer is also your accountability partner as well as your cheerleader. Your success equals to their success; successful personal trainers will guide their clients in cultivating good habits to make your fitness journey more empowering and fulfilling.
If you’re looking to lose weight as well, you might want to read up more on why choose a personal trainer for weight loss.