Are you still thinking about calling a personal trainer to help you and guide you on your fitness journey? Well, I will try to give you a few advantages of having a personal trainer with you. Have you ever wondered why you give up on your workouts so quickly? You start exercising and after a month you can no longer keep up with that pace of exercise, even if it meant only 2 to 3 times a week of exercise. Usually, you tend to use excuses like work, obligations, family, stress, and something else… But you know that you can always set aside some time to do training and devote yourself a little to your health. You should know that you are not alone and that the personal trainer is there for you to motivate you and guide you in the right way, which exercises to do and in the right way, because above all when you exercise with a personal trainer, it is certain that due to his knowledge and experience and your progress will be faster, and for that reason, your motivation to exercise regularly will be greater.
The personal trainer is there to supervise your training from start to finish – from physical form assessment, through regular training and their modifications, to control measurements and checking the achieved results. A personal trainer is an expert who is there to monitor your progress and show you how to do the exercises correctly because if you don’t do the exercises correctly, you won’t achieve your goals. It adapts to your schedule, and the intensity and type of training adapt to your needs and the goals you want to achieve. How many times have you gone to bed and said to yourself, “I’m going to wake up tomorrow, go to the gym and work out for an hour before I go to work,” and then woke up and decide to sleep for another hour? This is where a personal trainer is crucial, because you will have to stick to your appointments, and he will remind you and motivate you when you don’t feel like training. Personal training will have a positive effect on your health, mood and self-confidence.
If you are still not sure whether you prefer to exercise alone with a trainer or in a group, maybe, in that case, it would be best for you to try duo training. We at Real Fit have this type of training in our options, and a large number of client exercise either with a friend, relative, or spouse. The results of this type of exercise can in some cases be even better than when you exercise one-on-one with a personal trainer. Motivation is generally better when it comes to duo training. After all, you always know that you cannot cancel the training because you are no longer alone. Training is more interesting because, you not only have a trainer who motivates you, but also a partner with whom you train.
There are some other things that I would like to mention here. First of all, the role of the trainer is reflected in the adequate construction of the training process, and education, as well as ensuring that all aspects of the training process are practiced correctly and in a planned manner. For the training process to lead to the planned progress, the client must adhere to the training plan and proposed actions, both in the presence of the trainer and independently. I see this as a key factor in progress. If the client does not respect the planned and agreed, the coach will not be able to make the necessary corrections and ensure the planned progress. Results do not come overnight, they vary from person to person, which every client must be aware of.
The benefits of having a personal trainer at your home:
- You do not have to spend your time traveling to the gym
- Trainer will bring all the necessary equipment to your home
- Trainer will do the initial assessment of your body and fitness level
- Trainer will make a training plan according to your needs
- You will also get a meal plan to help you achieve your goals
- You can do cardio boxing at your home, which is also amazing for stress relief
- Trainer will commit his full time and knowledge to teach you a proper exercise technique
- If you are a beginner, a personal trainer at your home is the best possible thing
Together with a personal trainer, you will analyze your previous training sessions and workout history in general and see if there were any mistakes from before. A personal trainer will help you create effective training, monitor your progress, and guide you further toward your new goals. Even if you are an extremely experienced exerciser, a personal trainer always has something to teach you. Let’s say your goal is to lose weight and your focus is on cardio training, but you don’t succeed in it. Maybe you lack strength exercises or core exercises to achieve your goal, and this is where a trainer can guide you. Besides that, there are some positions during exercising, in which it is extremely hard to see if you are doing correctly or not and it is much easier for a personal trainer to see it.
If you are in one of the following items, it means that you need a personal trainer.
- I’m not sure if I’m doing all the exercises correctly
- I train often and regularly, but the results are absent
- I can’t find the motivation, I always have something else to do
- I need someone to properly organize my training
- I need a trainer to advise me more about nutrition
- I have a previous injury and need to do specific exercises to recover
- I am preparing for a specific sport or sports competition
- I am a beginner and I do not know how to exercise
A personal trainer is someone who devotes himself to you as much as possible, and when you progress, there is no greater satisfaction for a trainer. We at the Real Fit company have personal trainers of various specialties, such as trainers for boxing and kickboxing, pilates, yoga, pre & postnatal, weight loss, etc. We come to the address of our clients and dedicate ourselves to the client as much as possible until he/she achieves their desired goals.
Your Progress is our success. REAL FIT