Why You Need A Personal Trainer

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Most everyone knows they need to exercise to stay fit, lose weight and feel better. Fitness training can help reduce the risk of disease, strengthen bones and muscles and improve cardiovascular function. Not everyone knows how to get started or how to put together an exercise program to meet their physical needs and fit into their lifestyle. Some people are great at self-motivation, but others may need a little help getting started. Even those who are highly motivated may need some advice about which exercises can help them achieve specific fitness goals. A personal trainer can help you design an exercise program that is safe and effective. Your exercise program will be unique and personal. 
How do you know if you need a personal trainer? If you are working out regularly and not seeing the results you expect or desire, then you need the advice and direction of a personal trainer. Many people make the mistake of focusing on a few repetitive exercises that they think will help them achieve a specific goal. For example, a person who wants to reduce belly fat may do sit-ups and crunches every day and still fail to see results. A personal trainer can help you design an exercise program to help you achieve a specific goal. 
You know you need to get fit or lose weight, but you are not sure how to start. A personal trainer can help you define your personal fitness goals. Beginners should consider a personal trainer to help them create a balanced exercise program that includes basic step-by-step instruction and supervision when exercising. An exercise routine cannot help you achieve your fitness objectives if you perform them incorrectly. You also risk injury if you perform an exercise incorrectly. You and your trainer can work together to determine what you want to achieve, set realistic goals and determine how you can achieve your goals. A personal trainer can help you design an exercise program that takes into account all aspects of your life, such as work, family and recreation. You don’t have sacrifice time with family, ignore your work or give up fun to become fit. Exercise and fitness should be an integral part of your life, and a personal trainer can show you how to find the time to work out and reach your goals. 
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About Robin R.
I’m an AFPA certified personal trainer & nutrition consultant, NASM certified corrective exercise specialist, NASM certified youth exercise specialist, online fitness coach and freelance writer specializing in health and fitness. I hold a Bachelor of Arts in psychology from the University of San Francisco and a Master of Science in natural health. I specialize in weight loss, functional strength training, total body toning, aerobic conditioning, plyometric training, nutrition planning, and home-based boot camp style workouts for women. My goal is to make every personal training session fun and effective for my clients. My services include both in-home personal training and online fitness coaching.

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