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Why you should get personal training rather than working out alone?

## Why you should get personal training rather than working out alone?

If you have clicked on this article then it is likely that you are looking to improve your lifestyle by getting in shape but aren't sure if you should take up personal training or not. In this article, we'll be discussing when personal training is effective and when it may be better to exercise by yourself.


## What is personal training?

Personal training is where personal trainers help you set realistic goals, track your progress and encourage you when you feel like giving up. Personal training usually consists of workouts at a personal gym or in the great outdoors.


## Why personal training helps you get in shape?

Working with a personal trainer can be beneficial for many reasons. Firstly personal trainers are highly experienced and have been trained to help clients reach their goals regardless of what age or fitness level they may be at. Personal trainers have a wide range of expertise and understanding of diverse personalities and ways to motivate them. A personal trainer will find out your individual needs, weaknesses, strengths and work to improve these things in order to create a fine-tuned personal exercise plan which is best suited towards helping you achieve your goals.


While it is entirely possible to achieve your fitness goals on your own, it can be extremely challenging. The biggest challenge is navigating what works for you or not. With so many different weight loss or fitness methods online, it can be hard to navigate which methods are suitable for you. This is a very steep learning curve for those who choose not to go for personal training. Additionally, a very common setback from the learning curve is experiencing the weight loss "yo-yo effect". This is where you may lose weight very quickly and make a lot of progress but due to your fitness level dropping after this initial rush, your weight starts to creep back up.


Reports share that after the "yo-yo" effect, most people gain more weight than they lost. It is as if they have not been exercising at all.


If you are physically challenged with an old injury or you are suffering from ailments such as arthritis, osteoporosis, etc, personal trainers can advise you to conduct specific exercises to strengthen muscles around the affected area to promote healing. This works similarly to physical therapy and can be extremely useful in the long run.


## What if I don't feel like exercising?

Personal trainers understand that not everyone feels like exercising every day. Avoiding burnouts are part of the personal trainer's responsibility. That's why when going for personal training, you'll often plan your workouts in advance so that you'll have ample time to recover and recuperate.


## What do personal trainers expect from their clients?

Personal trainers are concerned with the well-being of their clients so they will do anything to help you reach your health and lifestyle goals. They want you to stay healthy and happy in order to lead a long and fulfilling life, so any expectations personal trainers may have towards you is purely out of caring for your own best interests. They would never push you beyond what benefits you but will encourage and challenge you when needed. However personal trainers are not miracle workers, so if you do not put in the required effort to keep up with workouts then personal trainers will have very little power to motivate you beyond giving their best efforts.


## Who shouldn't go for personal training?

If you are not ready to put in the time, effort, and resources to achieve a happier and healthier lifestyle, then personal training may not be for you. As mentioned before, personal trainers have your best interest at heart. Therefore, you may have to commit certain amounts of hours to work with your trainer in order to achieve your goals.


## Are there any downsides to going for personal training?

In recent times, the demand for personal training has been increasing. As a result, personal trainers can be hard to come by. Which, ultimately inflates the overall cost of hiring a personal trainer.


## How to know which personal trainer is for you?

To pick a personal trainer that is suitable for you, you need to know what it is you desire and expect from personal training sessions. Some personal trainers may be specialized in weight loss, while others may specialize in sports-specific workouts. There are also personal trainers that excel at physical therapy exercises that can help you speed up the recovery process of injuries. So it's best to discuss your needs and expectations with a personal trainer of your choice beforehand so that they can customize a personal exercise plan just for you.


## Do personal trainers have to get certified?

To be a personal trainer, you must be certified. However, certification requirements vary from country to country and state to state. The qualifications to be a personal trainer may also vary depending on the facility that employs personal trainers.

In general, the goal of personal training is to help make sure that you exercise in a safe manner while achieving your personal goals. Personal trainers provide expertise on exercise skills and techniques, inform you on health guidelines, motivate you during workouts and even know how to modify exercises to suit individuals' personal needs.


## In conclusion

Personal trainers are there to help you set realistic goals, keep track of your progress, and encourage you when you don't feel like exercising. They can also advise you to conduct specific exercises that might be more beneficial for the long run while also keeping up with any personal needs or limitations that may prevent exercise in certain ways.

If you are interested to take up personal training, give Aspire Lifestyle Hub a call. Aspire Lifestyle Hub specialises in personal training and physical therapy. Aspire Lifestyle Hub has an array of highly qualified trainers that are backed with the most advanced technology available in the fitness industry. Get a scientifically-backed workout and lifestyle plan by professionals today!

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