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Why Personal Training is perfect for over 50s
For most over 50’s stepping into a gym/Fitness club environment means doing formal exercise for the first time or even if they have been in a gym environment they have not been educated in correct form. Education is so important when starting your quest to becoming fit and healthy. The safest and most efficient way to do this is with a Personal Trainer, by using a personal trainer you have someone by your side watching over you on every aspect of your workout – what to do, why you are doing it, how much you can do and most importantly how to do it safely. Having perfect form and technique is rite at the top of the list when it comes to training when you are over 50. If we can prevent injuries or even niggles by proscribing the correct exercises with the correct form, we get constant and gradual results that will get you to your goal faster without any bumps in the road.
As Personal Trainers working with over 50’s, we understand that just about everyone is going to have some sort of niggle, injury or unique requirements and this is something that has to be diagnosed and taken into consideration. By having a Personal Trainer proscribing exercises to your specific needs and evolving them every time you train, we can improve and correct your weaknesses and build on your strengths to create a happier more balanced body. By letting your Trainer take control of this responsibility it will help you to set realistic goals and guide you in hitting those targets safely with no time wasting and maximum results. Also keep in mind that your goals inside a gym/club environment are not accomplished by physical exercise only, it takes a huge amount of mental strength and power to get to these goals and that is a very important part of your Personal Trainers job to support you through it.
Last but not least, having a Trainer means that they will hold you accountable for your progress, including the amount of activity you are doing each week, your diet and alcohol intake all the way down to making sure you are making time for yourself.