How to Find the Best Personal Trainer for You

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Life is an adventure. Be Ready How to Find the Best Personal Trainer for You The demand for personal training in the United States is at an all-time high. There are a number of reasons for this, including: • Greater cultural acceptance of expenditure on health and fitness • A rise in obesity levels • A desire to reduce the risk of heart disease, stroke, and other afflictions • Better quality of personal trainers The number of personal trainers in America is growing rapidly. • In 2014, there were approximately 279,000 PTs • In 2020, there will be an estimated 300,000 or more PTs Why Are There More Personal Trainers? • Better Pay: Median pay is $58,000 per annum, up to $126,000 per annum. • Variety: Trainers can work in different settings, such as boot camps, clients' homes, and corporate wellness camps. Click here to learn more http://trifitwellness.com/ personal trainer,fitness,health,trainer,gym,lifestyle

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Personal Trainer How to Find the Best  

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The demand for personal training in the United States is at an all-time high  Demand is Increasing Nationwide

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There Are a Number of Reasons for This , Including : Greater cultural acceptance of expenditure on health and fitness A rise in obesity levels A desire to reduce the risk of heart disease, stroke, and other afflictions Better quality of personal trainers

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The Number of Personal Trainers is Increasing In 2014, there were approximately 279,000 Personal Trainers In 2020, there will be an estimated 300,000 or more Personal Trainers

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Why Are There More Personal Trainers? Better Pay: Median pay is 58,000 per Year , up to 126,000 per Year Variety: Trainers can work in different settings, such as boot camps, clients' homes, and corporate wellness camps

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What Can a Personal Trainer Do for Me ?

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Help Losing Weight 35.7 percent of U.S adults are obese Health risks include type 2 diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure, and breast and colon cancer Supervised physical activity can reduce the risk of the diseases above

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Strengthen Muscles and Tendons The Centers for Disease Control Prevention says that strength training for elderly individuals helps reduces symptoms of depression, back pain, and arthritis

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Tailored Programs Identify your fitness level Analyze your body composition Determine your level of strength Find out how much time you can dedicate to a program Personal Trainers W ill :

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Then, they can Choose the right fat loss program for you Help strengthen your muscles by reinforcing proper exercise technique Possibly provide advice on nutrition (depending on their qualifications) Create simple, effective, and fun workouts that you will enjoy

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How Can I Find a Good Personal Trainer? Not every Personal Trainer is the same. Look for someone with experience, qualifications and a Personality that Matches with yours.

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Personal Trainer Certifications American Council of Excellence (ACE) National Academy of Sports Medicine National Strength and Conditioning Association American College of Sports Medicine

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Tips to Find the Best PT for You Know your certifications; some are more relevant than others are Look for evidence of qualifications and experience; testimonials are important Determine what motivates you. Do you want a calm PT or one that aggressively helps you reach your goals?

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Tips to Find the Best PT for You – Continued Outline any injuries or medical conditions you have Meet the trainer to see if your personalities match Be patient in your search!

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Conclusion Personal trainers help improve fitness Better fitness reduces the risk of serious medical problems in later life Look for certified and experienced trainers

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