1.You're not seeing Results
If you've been exercising consistently for several weeks or months and aren't losing weight or reaching your goals, hiring a trainer may be a good choice. A trainer can look at your current program and eating habits and help you see where you could make changes to create more effective workouts.
2. You Don't Know Where to Start
Knowing how to set up a complete exercise schedule that includes all the activities you need to do - cardio, weight training and flexibility - can be overwhelming. I can help you maximise your time while keeping you within your own limits so you don't overdo it. I can also help you set goals and map out a specific schedule so you know when, how and where you'll fit in your workouts.
If you're an experienced exerciser, maybe you haven't considered working with a personal trainer. However, it can be a great choice if you need some variety in your workouts. A trainer can bring a fresh perspective and new ideas to challenge both your body and your mind.
If your like me, you tend to slack off on your workouts sometimes, especially when things get tough. I can motivate you to push past those self-imposed limits, encouraging you to lift heavier, go longer and challenge yourself more than you would on your own.
Even if your goal is to create your own workouts and exercise by yourself, hiring a trainer for a few sessions can be a great benefit for learning the right way to exercise.
Trainers come with built-in motivation. You are investing money into your exercise program and investing into time as well. There's nothing like a standing appointment to get you in gear for a workout.
If you have any specific issues like arthritis, heart disease, old injuries, etc., working with an experienced trainer (who works with your doctor) can help you find a program to help heal injuries and avoid any further problems. It's also a great idea to work with a trainer if you're pregnant or trying to get pregnant and want a safe, effective workout to keep you healthy and fit.
If you're training for a marathon, a golf tournament or some other type of sport or event, an experienced trainer can help you figure out what you need to do to stay strong without taking away from your other training.
Some people know how to exercise and they even know how to do the exercises correctly, but they like having a trainer around for support and supervision.
If you'd like to exercise at home but either don't have a lot of equipment or aren't sure how to use what you have, in-home personal training is an excellent choice. A trainer can show you exactly how to use what you have to get the best workout for you or I can bring equipment with her to give you a great workout.
Nick Ward Fitness