one on one personal training
fitness has evolved over many years, with multiple new ways of exercising being introduced in the industry of fitness to help people with their health and fitness. while personal training could be traced back to to 226 B.C., when the Greeks were preparing for the olympic games, personal training was not accessible to everyone. however in today’s time, personal training is easily accessible.
we often think why one might need a professional to just exercise. well, a personal trainer does not just apply routines and use one size fit all tailored programs to his/her client. personal trainers helps to provide services that are personalized just for you to help you with your health and fitness and carefully guides to safely perform activities that are safe and appropriate to reach the clients optimum health and fitness goal. if you are new or experienced in fitness, personal trainers could be a great way to improve yourself.
personal trainers help clients psychologically and help them achieve their fitness goals. this is done by learning and understanding them psychologically and includes helping them with nutritional behavior, physical activity behavior and cognitive behavior.
a personal trainer understands that behavioral changes doesn’t happen all at once.your personal trainer understands that the exercise regime needs to be progressed stage by stage and work patiently through stages. we are all ways at either one of these stages and for you to successfully achieve your goals it is very important to figure out where you stand, the main stages include pre-contemplation, contemplation, preparation, action and maintenance. the best way to identify the stages is to do a personal interview in a secure place with the a personal trainer.
we have all been at a point in our fitness journey where it doesn’t always result progressively. your personal trainer is equipped to help you with this. personal trainers understand that everyone’s journey is unique, needs a personalized touch to it and help you with what works best for you. in this process, it is also important to keep in mind that when in need and when it is out of the trainers scope of practice you should be referred to the respective specialist, for example those showing signs of clinical depression, clinical anxiety, emotional/mood disorders, eating disorders, substance abuse should be handled only by a clinical psychologist.
there are times when exercising in a group or alone without proper supervision might not be the best and safest way. in situations like pre and post surgery when you need rehabilitation it is extremely important to choose someone with the knowledge to safely apply exercise to avoid any future damage or to successfully recover from surgery or injuries these are times when one on one personal training is of great help.