Tips on finding the right personal trainer for you
Most people find it really hard to exercise alone. It is not surprising because trying to lose weight can never be possible without some motivation from those around you. There is no doubt that your family will encourage you along your journey to weight loss, but that alone is not enough. If you are looking for way to incorporate exercise into your lifestyle then starting off with a personal trainer can prove to be a very good idea.

A personal trainer can show you the exact way to do exercises, like squats, planks and push-ups as well as encourage you to stick to your daily exercise regime. There are a lot of people who claim to be good personal trainers but for different people there are different kinds of trainers. In this article we have some helpful tips for you to choose the perfect personal trainer:

Certification: It is very important to know whether the person you are training with is qualified in this field or not. Good personal trainers are certified from renowned organisations like:

  • National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM)
  • National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA)

In order to get the most results from your workout regime, it is very important for your personal trainer to be certified so you must always ask for proof of certification. You should also ask about whether your trainer knows first aid and CPR as you are entrusting your health in your personal trainers care!

The training style: Just like you have a specific fitness goal, every personal trainer has a training style that he or she would specialise in. You should find out whether your personal trainer is experienced in the kind of training you wish to take. The different training credentials can be:

  • YogaFit credential
  • TRX
  • Pilates
  • Mind-body training

Dealing with Injuries: This is a huge factor that should be kept in mind when you are looking for a personal trainer. A good work out always comes with a set of nagging aches and pains. It is important that you find a personal trainer who can work around those injuries and design a work out that would prevent future instances of pain. If you have an old injury or a sensitive part of your body that you would to go easy on, a good personal trainer will always be able to provide an alternative workout.

Think about it:  Choosing the right personal trainer is a very important part of your workout regimen so it is okay if you take your time to decide. You should be comfortable and in agreement with the strategy of your personal trainer, that is the only way you will be able to see good and lasting results and be motivated towards a complete lifestyle change.

If you are looking for a personal trainer close to you, visit our Club 51 fitness studios on Baker Street, Mayfair, Bond Street, Marylebone, Fitzvoria in London and choose the perfect personal trainer for yourself with these tips.