Should Women Hire a Male or Female Trainer and 17 Things to Consider (Part 2) : - Female bodybuilders

Friday, February 21, 2020

Should Women Hire a Male or Female Trainer and 17 Things to Consider (Part 2) :

Should Women Hire a Male or Female Trainer and 17 Things to Consider (Part 2) :

8) Will they give you a fitness assessment how will they get you to your fitness destination?: One of the most vital questions. This is by far one of the most qualifying questions. When you are sick and go to the doctor do, you expect her to ask questions, look at your body, and assess the current condition of your health. Of course you do. Then why would you expect to start an exercise program without first assessing your current fitness level? Evaluating your fitness level is the surest way to personal fitness success. What does the evaluation accomplish specifically? It allows you to know exactly where to start with your fitness program instead of shooting in the dark. It eliminates trial and error, enabling you to set goals that are easy to track and achieve results you can see on your body and paper. If your trainer does not perform strength, cardiovascular, bodyfat test, weigh, & measure, and a simple eating analysis and this is the minimal don't hire them. They are lazy and not giving you there all. End of discussion!


9) Do they have clients that will talk to you?: If you sense their hesitation to give you clients to talk to, think twice about hiring them. If they are more than happy to and better yet, will introduce a client to you already in the gym on the spot that's a good sign.

10) Questions you might ask a client of a trainer:

11)Have you accomplished your goals since being with trainer?

12)What kind of progress are you making?

13)Is he or she on time for sessions most of the time?

14)Have you heard any negative things about the trainer?

15)What's their personality like?

16)Before you hire anyone go to the gym and watch how they react to their clients. If they have a studio arrives early and observes their interaction with other clients.

17)Finally - The Sixth Sense. When working with someone once or more a week you'll create a friendly relationship. You will talk about work and your personal life. Hopfully they will listen and not give their input. Your trainer will learn what motivates you; how you respond to exercise, learn your personality and moods, your ups and downs etc. So, it's important you feel comfortable with them.
Should Women Hire a Male or Female Trainer and 17 Things to Consider (Part 2)
Should Women Hire a Male or Female Trainer and 17 Things to Consider (Part 2)
Should Women Hire a Male or Female Trainer and 17 Things to Consider (Part 2)
Should Women Hire a Male or Female Trainer and 17 Things to Consider (Part 2)
Should Women Hire a Male or Female Trainer and 17 Things to Consider (Part 2)


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