1 on 1 Personal Training

one on one

That's what personal training usually means. One personal training one person. This means if you need a fuller explanantion, find it too easy or too hard or just need a break, it's down to you and the trainer.

Personal traning is called personal training because it's all about 'one on one' advice, guidance and motivation. The whole reason for paying for your own fitness trainer, is to get this attention and a training programme that's right for you.

Why do You Need One to One Training?

Different people have personal trainers for different reasons. Some can't work without a training partner, some have injuries that need careful monitoring and some people have specific goals like a marathon.

Whatever the reason, a trainer will be dedicated to helping you achieve your goals and for the hour or two or three hours each week (it's up to you) that you train with them - they are there dedicated to your fitness objectives.

Once You've Taken the Plunge

As discussed in the section on your lifestyle, hopefully you will have chosen a trainer that is right for you and for the goals you want to achieve. The trainer will then have put together a bespoke training programme that (no matter whether you are new or experienced) targets your goals and combines this with exercises and regimes that you feel comfortable with.

Personal trainers do not want to put you off (otherwise they lose their sense of achievement and of course your business) but likewise they don't want you not to be able to see how you are progressing towards those goals (i.e. motivating you!).

Ask Questions & Communicate

You must never be afraid to ask questions of your trainer or discuss with them why you are doing exercises, why your left shoulder is sore or whether you can change your programme. This is what you pay them for and if they are qualified, it's why they decided to come into personal training.


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