I have been a Personal Trainer for a few decades now so I might be biased on whether you need a personal trainer or not. Having said that I also realize that some people may not require the services of a personal trainer. Some are self motivated and educated enough to train themselves. But how do you know whether you actually need one or not.
Let’s talk about people who reach their fitness goals. Not only do they reach them but they maintain their new level of fitness after they have reached their fitness goal. How did they get there? What is their secret?
In a previous post I wrote about how to spot a bad personal trainer. You can read that one here. In this post I will write how to spot a good personal trainer. Unfortunately there are way more bad personal trainers than good but after reading this post and the other post on bad personal trainers you should be able to tell whether you have a good personal trainer or a bad one.
Today I want to talk about how to spot a bad personal trainer and bad personal trainers, specifically personal trainers I see at the gym. I feel like people don’t know what a bad personal trainer is or how to spot one so hopefully I can help you pick one out so you don’t end up with one
I'm talking goals today. But not just any goals. Fitness goals. I'm sure some of you want to lose fat or gain muscle. Get a better booty. Whatever it is there is a method to achieving the goals you want. Not just fitness goals but any goal but of course we're going to discuss fitness goals..