I am not a professional athlete so why should I hire a personal trainer?
Consider it an investment in yourself that will benefit you in the following situations: Your physician advised you to lose weight and exercise more. You’re tired of taking medication. You’ve noticed that you posses less energy for daily activities. You have trouble sleeping. You participate in recreational sports and want to step up your game. You’re an aspiring professional athlete.
These are all valid reasons and unless you received an education in fitness or nutrition, most aren’t aware of how to exercise and eat properly. This is why a fitness trainer is an investment. Fitness trainers realize that most people can’t afford a fitness trainer for life. Therefore, a good fitness trainer not only trains you but educates you on how to work out and eat properly so when the day comes that you must part ways, you are armed with the necessary knowledge that will keep you fit, healthy and above all safe for the long term. You can really hurt yourself if you are not employing the proper form while exercising especially when you add weights.
Finally, I believe one of the most important components left out from any workout without a trainer is the ability to push yourself beyond what you think you are capable of doing or the inspiration to keep going. This is where performance psychology plays a vital role. Maybe you don’t need words to inspire you, a good trainer puts on a music playlist tailored to your interests at the right moment to get you going and keep you pushing hard. Tell me you don’t get chills when you hear the trumpets of the Rocky theme song during your workout.
Yeah! Now that’s what I’m talking about! Invest in yourself. Contact Trifecta Performance Consulting today.