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5 Reasons Why a Personal Trainer is Better than a BFF

by Libby Aneskewich.

Trying to improve your lifestyle can be overwhelming. You might not know what to do and how to put it into action. Or you just might have lost motivation to keep going. That's why we think a Personal Trainer can be one of the most important people in your life. Here's why:

1. You get what you want.

Hopping on the elliptical next to your friend and gossiping can be fun, but it won’t get you the results you’re looking for. If you are training for a race, want to lose body fat, or simply want to learn how to use a barbell, a Personal Trainer can help you. Individuals with low back pain, bad knees, or other injuries can also benefit from learning how to properly strengthen muscles. Maybe all you need is a few sessions a week to jumpstart your routine!

2. You eat what's right for you.

A Personal Trainer wants to know how you’ve been fueling your body. A good Personal Trainer is able to teach you how to keep a food journal and review it for you weekly. You can opt for personalized meal plans with weekly recipes and a grocery list to make nutrition as easy as possible for you. Your friends aren’t always there to slap your hand when you reach for that third piece of cake, but at least your journal will keep you accountable. (Need to improve your Nutrition? Find out how we can help)

3. You are taken care of.

A Personal Trainer will check in with you between sessions to see how things are going. This helps them plan out workouts for you, knowing if it’s time to shift focus to more strength training, cardio, or time to incorporate new equipment.  When they call you know it won’t be to gossip about the neighbors or ask for favors. 

4. You realize you’ve been doing squats wrong your entire life.

You see your friend doing a squat at the gym and you try your best to copy it. You see yourself in the mirror and know it doesn’t look right but you don’t mind the “flare” you add to it. A Personal Trainer can look at your movements and help you correct them to prevent injury and maximize results. They will open your eyes to how it is supposed to be done and take your fitness to the next level. Now that’s a good friend!

5. You live your life with new purpose.

When you have a Personal Trainer designing your workout programs and setting new goals for you every week, you will find ways to be more efficient in your life. You will want to eat better to help your movements, get that extra hour of sleep to rest and recharge, and schedule the remainder of your day around your new healthy habits. When your trainer has high expectations of you, you begin to have them for yourself.

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