Weight Loss Tip 2 How To Pick A Good Personal Trainer

Weight Loss Tip 2 How To Pick A Good Personal Trainer



One of​ the​ major benefits of​ the​ YourBestBodyNOW Program and several other programs like it​ is​ that you can lose weight and meet your fitness and weight loss goals even if​ you have neither the​ time nor money to​ get a​ personal trainer.

At the​ same time,​ if​ you do ultimately decide to​ hire trainer at​ some point,​ I want to​ make sure that you are going about it​ in​ a​ way that will bring you the​ absolute maximum benefit. I wouldn't be a​ good fitness coach if​ I did anything less.


There's no doubt that getting a​ good personal trainer has many benefits,​ including but no limited to:



  • Speeding up the​ learning curve
  • Great source of​ motivation
  • Getting increased results
  • Having a​ training partner to​ hold you accountable



At the​ same time,​ it​ is​ a​ HUGE mistake to​ simply rely on​ any old trainer to​ help you to​ consistently get the​ results that you desire. I can't tell you how many people pay tons of​ money for expensive personal trainers and get little to​ no results after months and months of​ working with these people.

To keep as​ many people as​ possible from this horrific fate,​ I've put together a​ little check list to​ help you in​ choosing a​ trainer that is​ worth your money,​ time,​ and efforts.


  1. All trainers are not created equal,​ so you do the​ picking

    There are a​ lot of​ gyms and health clubs who will literally assign you a​ trainer when you sign up for the​ 1 on​ 1 option. Don't fall for this. With the​ time,​ effort,​ and discipline that it​ takes to​ get great results for your body---even with a​ trainer---you want to​ make sure that you are getting someone that you are going to​ be both happy and comfortable with.

    You will want to​ meet several trainers,​ and may even want to​ ask a​ couple of​ them for a​ trial session to​ get a​ feel for their coaching style,​ depth of​ knowledge,​ and motivational skills. it​ also would not be a​ bad idea to​ talk to​ some of​ the​ members of​ the​ gym who are already in​ great shape and ask them which trainer or​ trainers they think knows what he or​ she is​ doing. You'll
    be surprised at​ the​ quality of​ information that you will get.


  2. Don't Listen to​ a​ trainer who does not look
    any better than you do


    I literally gasp for air everytime I walk into a​ gym and see a​ trainer with a
    client and noticing that the​ trainer is​ in​ no better---if not worse shape than the​ person who is​ paying them to​ improve their health and physique.

    I mean really,​ do the​ math on​ this one. How can someone who has not achieved what you want to​ accomplish possibly help you how to​ get there?

    You wouldn't take investment advice from someone who was broke; you
    wouldn't pay for piano lessons from somoene who's tone def; and you certainly wouldn't ask for tutoring from the​ class dunce and then pay him to​ do it. So why in​ the​ world would you pay someone to​ help you have the​ body
    you want who has not already accomplished it​ for themself?


  3. One Size Does Not Fit All

    Just like you tend to​ wear clothes that compliment your particular body composition,​ there are numerous aspects of​ working out and dieting that will cater to​ making the​ best out of​ your very unique body type and its characteristics.

    Make sure that whatever trainer you use is​ not only knowledgeable of​ this fact but makes it​ a​ part of​ your program to​ evaluate specifically what should be done to​ best enhance your body type,​ not someone else's.

  4. Expect the​ Unmagical

    Rome was not built in​ a​ day,​ and neither will your best physique be. it​ is​ not what you do in​ spurts,​ but what you do consistently or​ a​ long period of​ time that determines what your body will look like and how well it​ will function.

    Hiring a​ personal trainer may slightly accelerate your results,​ and will most definitely focus them. Nevertheless,​ a​ trainer is​ not the​ end-all to​ your development,​ and getting what you want out of​ this will take just as​ much if​ not more work than you would have to​ put out anyway.

    Think of​ your trainer as​ a​ guide and a​ coach---not the​ silver bullet to​ Your Best Body in​ 30 days or​ less. Just know that as​ long as​ you are consistent,​ your results will gradually take care of​ themselves.

  5. Be a​ Good Student

    Once you've picked a​ good personal trainer who you feel comfortable with and confident in,​ LISTEN to​ them! Make sure to​ really take advantage of​ not only the​ precious time that you have with them during your workouts but also to​ their wealth of​ knowledge regarding your health and fitness that you can apply to​ your life outside of​ the​ gym.

    Many of​ the​ information and techniques that you learn from a​ good trainer can serve you well for much of​ your life as​ you constantly improve your overall health and well being.


Whether you are a​ fitness newbie,​ or​ a​ seasoned exercise buff looking to​ take your workout program to​ the​ next level,​ a​ well selected personal trainer can be a​ HUGE benefit to​ the​ attainment of​ your fitness goals. Just make sure that you are shrewd in​ your selection of​ them and that you sponge all of​ the​ good information that you can for yourself. if​ you truly take on​ the​ task of​ doing it​ right,​ I assure you that you won't regret it.

To YourBestBody,​

Lawrence Cole

Your Lifestyle and Fitness Coach




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