Why Do You Need A Personal Trainer

Exercising consistently over a long period of time is one of the hardest things anyone can undertake. Being active is hard stuff, and I don’t mean physically hard, it is as much of a mental game as it is physical. We’ve all been there and had similar conversations with ourselves “I have no energy to train”, “My body is too sore”, or my personal favourite “I am just too busy to exercise today”. I have heard it all, but the irony is that exercise can alleviate a lot of these self-imposed limiting beliefs. The hardest part for many is just getting out that front door. Perhaps this is why out of the 32% of Aussies that have a gym membership, only 50% of them use it more than once per week.

It’s because of this I firmly believe that it is so important to have a trainer or a coach. I see my clients on average 2.3 times per week with an attendance rate of 95%, and if they’ve missed a session you can bet they’re catching it up. Having someone there waiting for you that is just as committed to your goals as you are can really change your outlook on being active. It gives you that motivation when you fall into the trap of believing your own limiting beliefs. Especially when you have invested money, you want to make sure you’re getting value for every dollar spent.

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