5 Reasons You Need a Personal Trainer
No matter what your goal might be in the gym — whether you want to run your first 5K, lose five pounds, or just maintain your overall health, our personal trainers here at Healthy Fit are here to help. With a passion for health and wellness and an in-depth knowledge of fitness, a personal trainer could be just what you need to take it to the next level.
5 Reasons to Work with a Personal Trainer
1. You Don’t Know Where to Start
You did it! You’re officially a Healthy Fit member! Now what? There’s classes, treadmills, weight machines, free weights, and every thing you need to get fit. However, there’s no “one-size-fits-all” plan. Our personal trainers will help you navigate the gym and set you up with a routine that’s unique to your needs and goals.
2. You’re Stuck in a Rut
Maybe you’re not new to the gym. Perhaps you’ve been coming here for years and you’ve been able to achieve some great results. However, now it seems like the weight is no longer coming off, your routine is has gotten boring, or you still can’t do that pull-up. Our personal trainers will assess your current workouts, guide you through a new plan specifically tailored to you, and will know when to mix it up to keep it fun and exciting! Plus, let’s face it, if you’re working with a personal trainer, those regular appointments will help you stay committed to coming back into the gym.
3. Safety First
Do you have perfect form when you squat? Are you heal-striking when you run? Are you using this machine the correct way? Personal trainers will make sure that you’re not only doing the right exercises for you, but that you are performing them safely to avoid injury.
4. You’ve Never Tried Weight-Lifting
Ladies, ladies, ladies, listen up! Lifting weights won’t make you bulky! Does Cameron Diaz look bulky? How about those Victoria Secret Models? Guess what, they all use weights! Weight lifting not only helps you burn calories long after you workout is over, it helps you keep those bones strong and protected against osteoporosis. Our personal trainers will be able to walk you through a strength building program so you can tell your friends “I lift weights!” when they ask why your arms look so good in that tank top.
5. You Have an Injury
Whether you have a tricky knee that acts up from time to time, or if you’ve recently sprained your wrist, you can still work out! A personal trainer will be able to help you keep you on the path to fitness by modifying exercises all while helping you recover and prevent future injuries.
Interested in Personal Trainer at Healthy Fit? Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 914-670-0600 to get started.