Should You Get A Personal Trainer? – The Easiest Way To Find Out.

Should You Get A Personal Trainer? – The Easiest Way To Find Out.

If you’re into exercise you’re bound to know someone who has hired a personal trainer before. In fact, the chances are you may even know a PT yourself.

People hire trainers for many reasons. Some have a specific goal in mind and they feel a little external advice will help. Others however, well, they just want someone to take their #gymlife gym pics. Seriously, we’ve seen this happen.

But, how do you know if you should get a personal trainer? After all, they’re not free and it can seem like quite a financial commitment hiring one.

Not only that, but if you don’t know them already, working out with a stranger might be scary.

The Easy PT Tick List

Luckily, we’re here to help your decision making a little easier. If you answer “yes” to any of the following things, we think a personal trainer might be for you.

If you answer “no” and you’re still seeing results, all the power to you girl. You got this. However, still take a look at each section. Even the best can learn from the rest and thrive more with a little guidance.

You’re Never Sure What Workout To Do

Okay, today we’re going to do some squats followed by HIIT on the rower. Wait, or should I run on the treadmill? No, we’ve got it, maybe a bodyweight routine and fifty kettlebell swings… Should just see what everyone else is doing on Insta?

Sound familiar? Hey, don’t worry if it does, it’s quite common. In a world where we spend most of our day attached to our devices, our brains are just so full of information.

Five minutes on social media is enough to confuse anybody. There’s so many articles and posts out there telling you what you “should” be doing, it’s impossible to keep track.

Hiring a personal trainer can take away all the anxiety of gym FOMO as they can analyse your individual personal goals. If you want to boost your 5RM squat, they’ll guide you there personally. Which is so much easier than asking Facebook, again.

A good PT will also tailor each workout specifically to your fitness needs. Meaning you’ll spend less energy worrying about doing things wrong, and more on beating PBs!

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