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Choosing a Personal Trainer
Maybe you recently started walking for exercise and now want to be more flexible. Perhaps you are an active golfer seeking a pain-free swing. Or you may be house-bound and simply need to get stronger so you can continue to live independently. Whether you're an athlete or just trying to keep up with the grand kids, a personal trainer can help you meet your physical activity needs and goals.
A personal trainer can help you to improve strength, balance, and endurance or to continue a post-rehabilitation program. More importantly, the trainer is a motivator and educator who makes exercise fun and interesting. You can work with a trainer to develop safe and effective exercise routines to help you reach your personal goals.
Personal fitness trainers have a wide range of skills and abilities. Finding one that matches your needs and personal tastes is important. In fact, personality may be just as important as technical skills. Whether you like to talk while you exercise or need an extra "push," your trainer's personality and style will affect how you enjoy and benefit from a training session.
Picking a Personal Trainer
Searching for a personal trainer can be like shopping for a pair of jeans. You want the fit to be just right. You may try on a few pairs before settling on one. Same goes for choosing a personal trainer. It may take a session or two with different trainers before you find the right one. Take some time to make your decision. (The choice just may help you slip into your favorite pair of jeans more comfortably, too!)
The main traits to consider when looking for a personal trainer include:
We are ready to get you fit. Please contact our office in order to schedule an appointment for a fitness training session.
Brookland Health and Wellness Center
Phone: 803-744-7928 Fax: 803-744-7923