Straight off the bat, you’re probably feeling fairly sceptical about Online Personal Training, compared to the likes of a Face to Face Personal Trainer.
Traditionally, Personal Training meant:
Sign up for face to face training at a gym
Pay for one-on-one time with a personal trainer
Receive attention, instruction and feedback during your workout.
Training can, and will slowly become monotonous, it’s easy to find yourself using the same routine, day in and day out. Soon you will find yourself neglecting correct rest times, posting a new Instagram selfie between sets, and missing sessions here and there, because you’re tired.
Hiring a quality trainer, will prevent this from happening. You have someone guiding you and coaching you through each and every repetition, in turn keeping you focused and motivated.
2. Immediate Feedback
One the most valuable qualities of a Personal Trainer. If you are performing an exercise/movement incorrectly, adjustments can be made on the spot, there and then.
Improper form is arguably the most detrimental (and dangerous) mistake a trainee can make! A good quality trainer will be able to spot this immediately which will promote maximum progress and reduce the chances on injury.
You are coming home from work, tired, exhausted and slightly pissed off (god knows why) we’ve all been there – speeding past the gym to get home an hour early can be very tempting.
But when you have a scheduled PT session at 6:30pm, with a person you have developed a friendship with; you will feel a lot more inclined to walk through them gym doors. It isn’t always money that is invested, but also a slight emotional investment made by you both.
Okay so I might have made you think “Why even bother with Online Training, then?”
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Tell the truth, this is the biggest factor and probably one of the bigger off puts in personal training in general. You’re looking at spending £35.00 - £80.00 per hour depending on the location &