The benefits of Personal Training

Personal Training is all about staying motivated, getting results and keeping on the right track. I believe that personal training is more than having someone to train with you. A personal trainer can guide you through your entire programme of health and fitness development, including sessions in and out of the gym.

Below are five benefits that you can expect by working with a personal trainer.

1 – Motivation. You will never do the same workout twice so you won’t get the chance to become bored with your sessions

2 – Efficiency. Personal Trainers know what exercises will work best for you and your body, more effective workouts mean you achieve your aims and goals quicker

3 – Weight Loss. Regular training sessions doing the right type of exercise will mean that you start losing weight and more importantly keep it off

4 – More from your membership. Personal trainers will teach you exercises and programmes to do on your own outside of personal training sessions

5 – Enjoyment. Sessions will be fun with regular challenges and competitions to ensure that working out doesn’t become hard work.

Please feel free to leave a comment about how personal training has helped you or any other benefits you can think of.

Published by Aimee Pearce

Fitness sessions, personal training sessions and online training options for busy women and mums. Helping women to find the time, commitment and passion for exercise and adventure in Sheffield.

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  1. Great blog. Also a benefit is that with a good trainer they will constantly be improving their own knowledge doing regular courses keeping everything up to date.

  2. Often Personal Trainers will come to your home or anywhere that is convenient to you and at hours that are convenient to you – early mornings and late evening – so you can fit in that session at any time.

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