Sunday, October 10, 2010
Experiences With Personal Trainers
I'm a big believer in personal trainers.
But let's be honest. Just like any other business, there are some "bad actors" out there who don't have your best interests in mind. This post from Nicole Nichols at the DailySpark blog outlines some questions to consider when seeking out a personal trainer.
There's a natural conflict when a trainer is also the person selling you the service - sometimes not a bad thing - but a reason to be aware. I find personal trainers best benefit those who really need some guidance or motivation toward developing a fitness program.
Remember, fitness trainers do not come cheap and most are worth every penny you will compensate them for their service. But that dictates you should take time to do a little research to help you identify the personal trainer who best fits your fitness needs.