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Personal training sessions with others are always fun. Suitable for those with similar goals and fitness levels.
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Fitness Training Frequently Asked Questions
Is hiring a personal trainer worth it?
It’s worth it to hire a personal trainer if you need someone to push you during workouts and help hone your skills.
Having a trainer for your workouts is more of a lifestyle decision, rather than the answer to losing weight, as it’s important to know that with these services trainers can help you come up with a plan tailored to your needs and give you motivation when needed
Regardless of what anyone says, exercise alone is not going to result in weight loss. It just burns calories, so if those calories are replaced through eating again – there will be no net gain. Hiring a personal trainer gives you access to someone who can create an exercise plan for you and remind you when things get tough or sad! It also increases accountability by having them report back on progress with tracking your measurements each week.
A personal training session keeps people accountable for their fitness activities because they know they can’t skip one, or miss a day. It also helps them stay motivated by having someone there to keep them on track and help them learn exercises that work best for their bodies. If you’re serious about your fitness goals, hiring a trainer could be the perfect way to jump-start your program and make sure it works for, not against, your body type and needs.
How many training sessions should a personal trainer have?
Your fitness level will be assessed in the beginning as well as checking for any muscle-related tensions. A structured, tailor-made program will be created based around your needs with achievable fitness goals set. If you are new to fitness training and exercising, it is recommended to initially meet 2-3 times a week in order to develop the proper form and avoid picking up any unwanted injuries in the long run.
How long is a personal training session?
A person training session does greatly depend on your own fitness goals. Call Kat on 07891 853 070 to find out more about how long the average personal training sessions are for. Roughly speaking, each one could last for an hour or so although you should get in touch if you have any specific time limits or requirements.
What should I expect at my first personal training session?
If you are looking to work with Kat for the first time, fear not as I will aim to make you as comfortable as possible with full support to guide you on the way to your personal fitness journey. Our first session is designed to learn more about you as well as your own individual needs. Typically, there will be some paperwork to fill in, a quick tour, a discussion on your past health and future fitness requirements as well as a short workout and fitness assessment.
Are personal training sessions worth it?
Yes, if your training goal is quite specific or you are looking to improve quickly, it is definitely recommended to use a personal fitness trainer. This will help keep you on the right tracks with further motivation to help you push yourself. Learning the correct form is important for your safety and a personal trainer will be able to tell whether adjustments to posture, position or movement ranges are needed. In addition, you will benefit from Kat’s many years of gaining invaluable knowledge and experience within the fitness industry and full monitoring or your plan, based on your progress being made.