Personal training - one on one attention to push you hard and give you more accountability

Whether you do it to lose weight, gain weight, stay in shape or just lead a healthier life, working out remains a complex activity that requires a systematic and targeted approach. With so many books, resources and conflicting points of view, the average person often finds it very hard to create an effective strategy. Most people choose to work out on their own, at home, for lack of time or money. However, this isn’t really the best course of action and might not lead to spectacular results. Gym memberships are not that expensive and working with a personal trainer has plenty of benefits. For example, by enrolling in one of the personal training courses at Input Fitness Health Club, you can receive customised solutions and take your fitness journey farther than ever before.

Get faster results and a routine tailored to your needs

 

This will sound disappointing, but working out in your living room after a YouTube fitness video may not take you anywhere. Each person has a different body, different abilities and different problem areas. Choosing a universal solution and sweating for 30 minutes every day doesn’t guarantee success. What you need is a personal trainer, someone who can assess your physical condition with an expert eye and develop a personalised plan for your specific needs. This way, your exercises will be more precise and more effective and you’ll achieve your goals faster. They will check your progress regularly, so if they notice a particular exercise doesn’t work, they’ll adapt the routine to maximise efficiency! Will you work more? Not necessarily, but you will work smart.

Daily dose of motivation

 

Sticking to a precise workout schedule requires a considerable dose of self-discipline and motivation that not many people have. Just think about how common it is to start exercising and quit after a few minutes because the doorbell rang or just because you got bored. Or still do the exercises, but half-heartedly, not all the way through. With a personal trainer, things are different. They will supervise, motivate and inspire you to keep working even when it hurts or you don’t feel like it. After a few sessions, you will realise that there is no such thing as “I can’t” and that there’s only an “I won’t”

 

The safe path to rehabilitation

 

In addition to all the reasons mentioned about, you might also want to work out as a way of recovering after an accident or health condition. For example, people who have had back surgery have to regain their strength with special exercises. Also, there are some of those who’ve had a heart attack and do 30 minutes of exercising every day, but not any kind of exercise. In this case, working with a personal trainer is essential, because they have to choose activities that have just the right intensity and also supervise you so that you don’t get hurt.

If still you prefer group activities to personal training, then check out the Spring into Shape Family Fun Run on Saturday 10th Sept at Input Fitness. If you’re interested, submit your registration at the reception or call 9789 3566 by September 7th!