A good personal trainer can not only help you achieve health and fitness gains but also save you wasted hours of unnecessary pain and injury.
I’ve seen some scary, ill-informed exercise routines in a long career which has been centred in gym environments.
Those performing the eye-popping routines often become accustomed to injuries while making little in the way of gains. However, they somehow maintain an unhealthy belief that they’re doing great. Such motivation to endure pain is a good thing but not when hurt is all that is ever achieved.
A surprising number of people continue to do what they’ve always done while getting the same results and inevitably finding themselves periodically crocked for long periods due to injury.
They need a PT. Everyone engaged in doing what they’ve always done needs a PT, if only for a crash course in how to change their stale and sometimes dangerous training ways.
Qualified personal trainer
Among the greatest benefits of employing a qualified personal trainer is the fact that you will achieve the gains you desire with the minimum effort needed to do so. Another vital benefit of having a good PT is that you will limit the risk of injury associated with doing silly things like lifting weights badly as opposed to lifting correctly as part of workout specifically tailored to your ability and goals.
Many veteran fitness enthusiasts – from weightlifters to runners and everyone in between – make the mistake of thinking that personal trainers are only for novices or those in need of motivation. However, when it comes to teaching old dogs new tricks, which lead to fresh gains – engaging a personal trainer has proven to be just the ticket 99.9% of the time in my experience.
Training when injured or sick
People who lack results because they are frequently injured or sick due to overtraining or bad habits can really benefit from the fresh approach of a qualified personal trainer. With the guidance of an expert and the structure of tailored training and nutrition plan it is possible to soar to a whole new level without being hampered by unnecessary niggles or illness.
Personal trainers are often the key to unlocking the improvements in the most talented and experienced of athletes. Those who have been achieving great gains for years but have suddenly hit a plateau and are stuck in a rut can really reap the rewards of a PT’s expert second opinion.
Maximise fitness results
Whatever your sport, whatever your ability, there is a personal trainer to fit the bill and get you moving with renewed vigour which will maximise results.
Remember that improvement is always relative. So whether you need to shed a few pounds and improve general health or cut a few seconds to cross the finish line first – the support, guidance, training know-how and expertise in nutrition from a personal trainer is a sound investment in progress.