Find your trainer – who is personal training for ?
Personal training is for just about EVERYONE! Here are the most common:
Whether you are a total beginner or it’s been a while since you laced up the sneakers, working with a personal trainer is the best way to get a personalized workout plan, stay motivated and get results – all while staying safe!
You’re stuck. You’re motivated and ready to commit. See and feel the results from a customized workout plan from a personal trainer that will hold you accountable and help you realize the results you want.
Working out, but not getting results? Give your current workout plan a tune-up with a personal trainer who will tailor a program that will meet your exact fitness needs and goals.
If getting older is starting to leave you with more creaks, pops, aches, and pains than you care for, then personal training can help you be stronger, more flexible and maintain your activity level for a long, long time.
Your personal trainer will create the program, meet you when it’s convenient for you, travel to your location, and even bring all the equipment!
Personal training does not have to happen at the gym. That means you can have a personal trainer come to your home or meet you at your building’s fitness center, local park, running trail, or green space.
Yes, your personal trainer can be delivered right to you. Anywhere. Anytime. Have your personal trainer meet you at your home, building’s fitness center or a local park for a fantastic workout.
Personal training begins with a complete evaluation of your current fitness level to ensure that all recommended movements are safe and that each personalized exercise programs will help you move from where you are now to where you want to be.
Find a personal trainer in your area – how does it work ?
Here is all you need to know to find the right personal trainer!
Certifications and Expertise:
Most people choose personal training when they want to lose weight, be healthier, get stronger, or feel better.
Your personal trainer must have an excellent understanding of human anatomy, physiology, nutrition, and exercise science. All personal trainers on Fyt are certified through an NCCA accredited organization and have met some of the most rigorous standards in the personal training industry.
What Are Your Goals?
Understanding your personal fitness goals and current ability will help you find the right personal trainer. Finding the right experience, skill and personality match is critical. For example, if you are just starting to workout, make sure you find a personal trainer that is experienced and excited to work with newbies!
No need to get an expensive gym membership. The best personal trainers are not confined to whatever equipment is available inside a gym. Look for a personal trainer that will travel to your home, meet you at a local park or your building gym.
If it isn’t convenient, then it’s not sustainable. It’s the same reason why 80% of people who join a gym in January quit within a few months. The path to fitness is already paved with plenty of obstacles. Working out where it’s most convenient at the time you choose can be the difference between results and floundering.
The Right Connection:
Always make sure that you schedule a phone consultation with the personal trainer you select prior to your first session. This allows you both to get to know each other better, ask tons of questions and to help set expectations for the first session.
Get in – home, personal training
In-home personal training means that the trainer will travel to you – at home, in your building gym, at work or a local park. Work out on your terms, where you are the most comfortable. Here are some of the benefits of in-home personal training:
You Choose the Environment:
In-home personal training is designed to allow you to choose an environment where you are the most comfortable and will be the most successful. Whether you prefer to work out in your local park, the privacy of your own home or use your building’s fitness center, you can choose a place to work out that is free from the typical pitfalls of the gym.
No Equipment? No Problem!
Your personal trainer will customize your workout using the equipment that they bring, equipment that you may already have and even your own body weight! You will be shocked at the exercises you can do without all of that huge, clunky workout equipment that you see at the big box gyms.
Vetted & Verified In-Home Personal Trainers:
Not all personal trainers are created equal! When looking for an in-home personal trainer – be sure that they are: 1) Certified through an NCCA accredited organization, 2) Completed a full background check, 3) Insured, 4) Experience helping clients like you be successful, 5) Verified client reviews.
In-Home Personal Training Saves Time:
In-home training eliminates the commute to the gym, sitting in traffic and time spent waiting to use equipment. The personal trainer travels to where it’s most convenient for YOU!
In-Home Personal Training Saves Money:
Having a trainer travel to you actually costs less than trainers at a gym! Not to mention the expensive memberships, travel time and the inconveniences.
Results, motivation, accountability when and where you want it! In-home personal training is the best investment you can make in your own health.
Personal trainer cost
Personal trainers start at $49 per session. Nationwide, personal trainers cost between $49-$164 per session.
What impacts the cost of working with a Personal Trainer?
Surprisingly, session costs are lower when the personal trainer travels to the client’s home, building gym or meets at a local park. Most gyms that offer personal training charge high session rates, require an expensive membership, do not allow the client to select the trainer and offer no refunds if it’s not the right match.
Personal Trainer Certification:
Not all certifications are created equal. Insist upon a trainer that has been certified by an NCCA accredited organization and who has also been background checked to ensure the accuracy of their provided credentials. All personal trainers on Fyt are certified by an NCCA accredited organization, have been background checked and are fully insured.
Most Personal Trainers recommend 60 minute sessions. Session duration always depends on the client’s current fitness level and goals. Personal trainers will always customize your workouts from beginners just getting started to those trying to break through a plateau!
The larger the session package purchased, the deeper the discount. The more times you work out, the quicker your progress. You and your trainer will determine the right frequency for you and your goals.
Most personal trainers offer partner and small group training sessions in addition to individual personal training sessions. Individual personal training session provides the greatest attention to the client’s specific needs – including motivation, accountability, injuries, nutrition and goals.
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