All the information you need in order to achieve all your goals in life – health and fitness or otherwise – is already available, for free.
The difficult bit is sifting through the huge amounts of information and deciding which bits apply to you, and how to apply them.
I’ve worked with so many people who feel like they know what they need to do, but haven’t managed to make it stick until we’ve sat together and put everything into a logical order.
This, I feel, is where working with a personal trainer is invaluable. I don’t think there are many people who have the ability to help you in such a broad way as a personal trainer can.
A good coach can get to know you as an individual – not simply what you want to achieve, but what it is that gets you out of bed in the morning and what’s going to make sticking to your plan easier or harder. They can understand what else you have going on in your life, and know when to suggest to ramp things up, and when to suggest slowing things down.
This relationship you can build with a personal trainer means your program becomes about so much more than exercise and nutrition; it becomes a whole person approach which fits with your lifestyle.
This relationship is at the absolute heart of working with a personal trainer. It allows me to
– give you the right advice
– help you go about things in the right way
– support you
– challenge you
– make recommendations and adjustments each step of the way
– keep you accountable
– minimise wasted time
– help you feel good about what you’re doing
I’d love to show you what it’s like to work with me. Send me a message and we can arrange to have a cup of tea and a chat.