In Your Home Fitness
Flexible Schedule – This is a great benefit, you exercise on your time.
Better Results – 80% better results with a personal trainer. A personal trainer will encourage you more that if you were doing the exercise at the gym or by yourself.
Privacy – Working out in the comfort of your own home is relaxing and you can wear what is comfortable, listen to the type of music you want, never having to worry about it being too loud etc.
No More Excuses – You can no longer make excuses as to why you can’t get to the gym I.e. Weather is bad, traffic is busy, the gym is too crowded etc. By eliminating those excuses, you will stay on top of your fitness goals.
Motivation – Your in home personal trainer will keep you motivated and inspire you.
Personalize Instruction – What works for one person, may not work for another when it comes to choosing an exercise program. A personal trainer will develop the most effective program for you based on your fitness level and personal goals.
Cleaner Environment – Major benefit to in home personal training is better hygiene. Let’s face it; gyms are feeding grounds for a whole host of germs. While some people are good at wiping down equipment before and after they use it, most people don’t. At home you don’t have to worry about the cleanliness of the fitness equipment.
Getting Sick Less – You have a less chance of getting sick because you are not sharing the same space in a public environment.
Safety and Knowledge – Your in home personal trainer will make sure you are doing the exercise properly preventing injuries and giving you knowledge on proper technique and form.
Commitment – Commitment on those days you don’t feel like working out, they are there knocking on your door.
Full Body Workout - Making sure all your muscles get a full body workout.
No Line-ups For Equipment – You never have to wait for another person to finish up their reps before you can use the equipment.
Progress At Your Own Pace – Working out from home allows you to move forward at your own pace. There is no added pressure to push yourself past the point of exhaustion, which ends up in some type of injury that could have been avoided.
Save Time - No more spending time driving to and from from the gym saving you time with your busy schedule.
Babysitter – You don’t need babysitter. We all know what a hassle that can be at times.
Special-needs Training – Research confirms that individuals with health issues such as diabetes, high blood pressure, asthma, osteoporosis, heart disease, depression or anxiety benefit greatly from regular physical exercise. These conditions, however, can make exercising safely a challenge. Many Personal trainers are experienced in designing programs that address the special needs of these and other health conditions.
Self-Esteem – It’s a fact-feeling good makes you look good, and vice versa. A personal trainer helps you to achieve your health and fitness goals, bolstering your confidence to take on new challenges.
Injury Rehabilitation – Injuries and accidents can prevent you from participating in your favourite activities or daily routines. An experienced personal trainer can help make the road to recovery a smooth one by recommending exercises that emphasize overall muscle balance to prevent aggravating the injury and improve future use.