Congratulations! So you have taken the first step and set up a Personal Training Session. It is widely regarded as the most effective and beneficial solution towards creating and living a happy, healthy and fit lifestyle. What can you expect in your first Personal Training Session?
Most personal fitness trainers will spend the first session examining your current physical fitness level. It is important for them to get an idea of where you are starting from. Be prepared for them to take starting measurements such as height and weight. Your trainer might also use a tape to measure key body points.
A good personal trainer will also ask about your goals for your personal training sessions. The job of a fitness trainer is to keep you focused on your intended goal and to maximize the efficiency of your training for the best possible results. A knowledgeable trainer will be able to tell you if your goals are unrealistic, and then be able to work with you in creating a safe, realistic and achievable objective.
When you begin your work on the gym floor, your personal trainer should also spend some time explaining the different machines and equipment you will use in their sessions. The trainer will also provide guidance on the correct posture and technique for each exercise. As you work on each exercise in your personal training session, your trainer should be giving you feedback and motivation. They may also adjust the weight or resistance you are exercising with as they hone in on your best starting point.
As you wrap up your initial session, work with your trainer to create a written schedule and a plan for moving towards your personal training goals. Depending on your trainer and whether you have set a weight loss goal, your arrangement may also include a nutrition plan.
Personal trainers are one of the most rapidly growing industries in health and fitness because of their proven success in helping people reach and even exceed their personal fitness goals. It relieves much of the frustration that can be found in the uncertainty of building an effective and lasting exercise routine.