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Finding a Personal Fitness Trainer in UK

Posted Feb 23 2009 2:07am

Most people in the UK do not take care of their fitness just because they are not fond of gyms. Agreeing to some extent, gyms can be blamed for their unsatisfactory approach to the fitness enthusiasts. But this does not mean one should stop caring about his fitness or health. After all, gyms are not the only options for staying fit.

 

A personal trainer can be really beneficial for similar thinking people. Once you have decided to hire a personal trainer then you must immediately start searching for a good one. In the UK there are several professional trainers who can help you in achieving your fitness dreams.

 

However, finding a personal fitness trainer in the UK is not as easy as it seems to be. This is because of the varying approaches and ways of training of the fitness trainers. Therefore, you must be really careful when hiring a personal fitness trainer.

 

First of all, one thing you should always remember is that your physical trainer should be your friend and not just a trainer.

 

Here are a few things that you should consider when choosing your personal physical trainer:

 

Ø       Check the qualifications and work experience of the physical trainer. Don’t put your body fitness into the hands of a novice. Go for a certified personal trainer !

 

Ø       Refer to his/her previous work or success percentages. That means you must check whether the trainer has really been effective with his/her previous clients or not.

 

Ø       Your trainer must have expertise in exercise science, human physiology, nutrition, movement analysis, program design and so on.

 

Ø       He must keep on encouraging, guiding and communicating with you throughout the duration.

 

Ø      Rapport is the number one criteria for a physical trainer. One must have a great rapport with his trainer.

 

Ø       Program designs must be according to your needs and desires. You can take into account things like duration, aims of the exercise, etc.

 

Ø       You must get nutritional advice, tips and other things that help you in the long term.

 

Ø      Personal training sessions must be according to your lifestyle and timeavailability.

 

Ø       Your trainer should be within your budget. However, you are free to negotiate his/her charges. Nowadays, you can have good trainers in the UK at low cost as well.

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