It’s no secret that, at ifeelgood24/7, we’re in love with our personal trainers. They’re a fit, dedicated and attractive bunch, and they love nothing more than seeing their clients improve and grow.
Below are the main benefits of a personal trainer; we may be biased towards our staff, however there’s no denying that expert advice can boost your motivation, push you further and ultimately produce results more quickly.
1. You’re not getting the results you want
If you’ve been exercising for a few months and struggling to tone up, lose weight or reach the level of fitness you desire, it might be time to hire a professional. Personal trainers live and breathe health and fitness, and they’ll be able to analyse your current diet and exercise regime, pointing out areas in which improvement can be made.
2. You’re training for a specific event
Our personal trainers are incredibly motivating individuals. If you have a triathlon, trek or bodybuilding comp coming up, you might need to dedicate a little more time and effort to shaping up. Our trainers will be there for you every step of the way, helping you design and redesign your workout to consistently challenge and improve your cardio fitness, strength and flexibility.
3. You’re lacking motivation
There are some people who are absolutely in love with exercise, who have no problem getting up at 4am every morning to go for a run, making their acai berry, chia, organic maca smoothie bowl and then proceeding to do 30 minutes of yoga. Then there’s the rest of us. Personal trainers are the perfect solution for people who perform better with external motivation. Sometimes, no matter how hard we try, we can’t do it alone.
4. You need a challenge
Many fitness junkies get to a point where they can hit the gym without even breaking a sweat. You’ve done your routine workout for 6 months, and you’ve run out of ways to make it harder. Time to contact us! Our trainers will get you sweating harder and working muscles you didn’t even know you had.
5. You have a specific condition that makes certain exercises difficult
If you have an old injury, a chronic condition like arthritis or are pregnant, working with an experienced trainer is highly recommended. Our personal trainers are all qualified, meaning that they’ll be able to help you design a work out that will ensure you remain stress and injury free! (They’re also super fun and won’t yell at you. We promise.)
So do you need a personal trainer? Need is probably a strong word to use – many people get by working out on their own. But there’s no denying that if you’re finding that your work outs are lacking that certain something or you need a little extra support, it’s probably time to contact us and learn more!