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Why having a personal trainer in Birmingham is really worth it

There are many reasons why you should invest in a personal trainer in Birmingham.

I am always dispelling myths about what a personal trainer actually does. We don’t scream at you during a workout so that you keep going with your exercise and we don’t charge hundreds of pounds for a 45 minute session either.

Having a PT is actually very affordable for most people and there are a number of reasons why it is worth having one.

Why having a personal trainer in Birmingham is really worth it

If you are thinking to yourself ‘why do I need a PT anyway?’ then I have 4 of the top benefits for you.

#1 You aren’t seeing results by yourself

It is important that you train with a realistic goal in mind.

Not only does this help to focus your efforts towards an objective but the feeling you get when you actually reach your goals is unreal. For many people that exercise by themselves or without direction they don’t see any results and quickly give up.

A personal trainer will not only create a personalised exercise plan but also measure your progress so you will see results over a period of time.

#2 You already have a goal in mind

OK, so you have a goal already set out. This might be to lose 10 lbs or even run 10k. How do you go about achieving it?

This is where a personal trainer in Birmingham comes in. I can tailor your exercise plan around what it is you want to achieve. Different goals mean having different training plans in place. With a PT you can have an individualised plan to help you work towards your goal whatever that may be.

#3 You need to work around a medical condition

A personal trainer isn’t there to diagnose a medical condition and you should also consult with your doctor first if you are in doubt whether or not you should be exercising.

That being said, if you have the all clear to hit the gym or go for a jog then a personal trainer can be an invaluable resource. We can tailor your plan around your condition so that you don’t aggravate it or make yourself worse off. This is infinitely better that going to the gym on your own and causing yourself more damage without proper oversight.

#4 You get bored easily

I come across people all the time that really want to exercise and get fit but they just get, well, bored.

Going to the gym 3 or 4 times a week can get monotonous if you are simply doing the same things over and over again. In the end you are likely to stop and not go back. A personal trainer can create varied and exciting exercises so that you do something different every day. This is beneficial for targeted different muscle groups but also keeps your mind engaged too.

Having a personal trainer can seem like a lot of work especially if you have an active life.

The benefits can’t be stated enough and it is easy to work it around any social, caring, family or work commitments you have.

With a personal trainer you will see results quicker, reach your goals easier and receive professional advice that is tailored to you and your currently level of fitness.

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