If you’ve been struggling to get results in the gym or you are new to fitness and need help navigating the complexity of it all, it’s probably time to invest in a personal trainer. Here are a few reasons to consider working with a professional:
When you’ve been trying for months or years to get a specific result and haven’t been able to reach your goal(s) on your own.
- Investing in a personal trainer can mean the difference between continuing to waste time spinning your wheels in frustration, and finally getting the results you want. An experienced trainer analyzes and adjusts your training intensity according to your goals. We assess any physical limitations and design programs that exploit weaknesses and enhance your strengths so you can get the best results possible.
When you find yourself too tired or too busy to design a training program for yourself.
- Decision fatigue is when you become so overwhelmed with having to make countless decisions throughout the day that you no longer have the bandwidth for much else as the day progresses. If you exercise after work, this can be a real problem. When you’re exhausted, your workouts are often the first thing to suffer. Working with an experienced personal trainer can remove the burden of designing an effective training program and it can take the guesswork out of getting the results you want. We help guide and troubleshoot issues when they arise so you can keep moving forward.
When you can’t make it to the gym often enough to get results.
- Hiring a personal trainer means you will need to schedule an appointment, which is a guaranteed workout. You don’t have to think, or do much in the way of planning. Simply show up for your scheduled session and put in the work.
When you don’t feel “motivated” to do it on your own.
- One benefit of working with a trainer is that they hold you accountable. Our clients pre-pay for their sessions and if they don’t show up or they cancel within 12 hours of a scheduled workout, they get charged for that missed session. Emergencies are an exception to this rule, but they are few and far between. Having “skin in the game” is a helpful way to stay committed to your program and your desired outcome. By raising your standards and keeping promises to yourself, you’re going to achieve things you never thought were possible.
When you can’t decide what you want and why you want it.
- Establishing clear and meaningful goals is an important first step when starting a fitness program. If you’re struggling to figure out what you want, get in touch with a reputable trainer and work together to design an effective and realistic training plan. Take the time to think about this and connect deeply to the WHY behind your goals. If you don’t know what you want and why you want it, it’s going to be difficult to see much in the way of progress.
When you’re ready and willing to learn.
- We want our clients to embrace the learning process when they work with us. Sure, I want you to show up to your workouts ready and eager to train. But I also want you to take an interest in learning how this whole thing works so you can take your health into your own hands for the rest of your life. Empowering our clients is just an important as helping them reach their goals.