Many people throughout Toronto, Ontario want to get in better shape and lose weight. To do this, some may choose to jog, bike, take a workout class, buy some exercise videos, or do any number of fitness activities. If you’ve written off the idea of private fitness training, you might have been intimidated by the prospect of working with someone who will act more like a drill sergeant than a friend. Before you worry about a personal trainer’s personality, however, you might first want to think a little about yourself and your personality. While everyone can benefit from private fitness training, there are a few types of people who will thrive from participating in it. Some of these people can include:
- Those who are shy – If being around large groups of people is taxing rather than energizing for you, private fitness training can be a great way to get instruction without feeling the stress of being in a group setting. I won’t try to force you into a group class or into activities you don’t enjoy, but will work on improving your fitness in a way that interests you.
- Inexperienced exercisers– Starting an exercise regimen can be stressful. Add that to making diet and lifestyle changes, and things can get overwhelming. I can help you learn how to use all the equipment at the gym to your benefit or train you on free weights and other ways to exercise. With private fitness training, we can assess your level of skill and make sure you are performing the exercises safely and efficiently.
- Those who lack motivation– When you’ve tried a few things in the past and got discouraged, this is where private fitness training can really help you out! I’ll help you renew your motivation each time we see each other so that you can finally start feeling and becoming the healthy individual you want to be.
When you think about private fitness training, let me help! I would love to help you reach your fitness and lifestyle goals.