Posted: Wednesday, October 12, 2016 5:15 am
It is one of the busiest times of the year. This is the time of year when your schedule is packed from dawn to dusk and there may even be a few things that keep you up past your regular bedtime. Once your schedule builds up hour after hour, there are other errands or actions that are sacrificed to make time for these new things that have taken a priority in this season. Some of the things that are usually sacrificed are attending the gym and having the appropriate time to plan and follow a diet plan. Once you desire to relax, thinking of attending the gym is only frustrating, and your desire to go (to the gym) fades away day after day. The gym promotes personal training and healthy living. This article will identify the benefits of personal training.
According to the National Federation of Professional Trainers, the definition of a personal trainer is a fitness professional possessing the knowledge, skills and abilities for safe and effective exercise and fitness program design, instruction and assistance for the purpose of reaching personal health and fitness goals. This position is more than a bulky man or extremely fit woman hired to make someone feel jealous or insecure about himself or herself. This position is necessary to promote and motivate gym patrons to step outside their regular workout routine and improve their lives. Trainers help improve lives by holding their clients accountable and challenging them on a daily basis in their diet, workout and mental self-image of oneself.
The benefits of personal training are endless, but there are a few that may take priority for the average person. Check these out, sign up with a personal trainer and compare this article to certain benefits and improvements that you notice or recognize. I can understand that one of the negative aspects of purchasing personal training may be cost and in some cases revealed as a taxing item on your wallet, but think of personal training as investing in yourself, improving your health and wellness, and never being the same person (inside or out). A personal trainer will create a workout routine that can benefit your personal goals and will also help you navigate any injury or pre-existing medical issues. A trainer should help you develop proper lifting techniques to reduce your chance of injury and improve your lifting performance. The client benefits from personalized workouts because the workout will not be the same “cookie-cutter” prescription for the next client.
There are a multitude of positive benefits for utilizing the services of a personal trainer. Regardless of age or gender, it is never too late to request the services of a personal trainer. Several websites such as Johnstonhealth.org, healthworksfitness.com, and justgofitness.com list numerous benefits of working with a personal trainer. Some benefits are proper fat loss and muscle gain, establishing an exercise habit, overcoming performance plateaus, accountability and motivation, new perspectives on health and nutrition, consistent and non-judgmental support, sports specific training (if applicable), relationship-building, achieving success in other areas of life, convenience and efficiency.
There is not a better time than the present to utilize the expertise of a personal trainer. Do not lose all your hard work and time dedicated to that summer diet plan and exercise regimen. Be proactive today and not let it all go out the door because of a “busy schedule” and limited meal preparation time. Be the person you want to be for the rest of your life and request the services of a personal trainer and see your life change for the better.
Slider is a Exercise Specialist at Mission FItness. He can be reached at 640-6400.
Wednesday, October 12, 2016 5:15 am.