Online fitness coaching? That’s not enough for you!
What you’re looking for is far more tangible than a couple of online fitness lessons. Even if it’s true that the internet is overflowing with videos and programs that can be rather effective.
Your goal is to find an at-home sports coach.
A personal trainer that will know how to motivate you by finding the fitness programme that best fits your needs.
Because, if you’re motivated, you’re already half-way there. It’s hard to commit to an exercise routine involving a personal trainer when you have little to no motivation…
It requires effort, concentration and diligence!
It’s up to you, now, to find a personal coach who will know how to steadily lead you towards your goals, whether they be about keeping fit, losing weight, muscle strengthening (pecs, shoulders, thighs, calves, arms, biceps, triceps, back), gaining flexibility, having a flat stomach and rock-hard abs, cardio training, running, cycling, etc.
An at-home personal trainer for better results
You can’t deny it: fitness classes
and sports that worship the body are very trendy at the moment. To that, it’s important to add that people are generally a lot more aware about what they eat. As such, exercise is increasingly paired with healthy eating (getting more greens, fruits and vegetables, organic products and proteins in our diet).
A fad, yes, but one that, while reinforced by a number of fitness videos scattered all over the internet and Youtube, or by sports coaches that advertise themselves on social media, is first and foremost a good thing.
However, when facing other people’s progress and results, and trying to compare them to your own lack of success, what to do? Where to turn?
Why not rely on a personal trainer, or, even better, one that will come to your home?
If personal coaching represents a certain budget for you (although it’s not much more expensive than certain gyms out there), you can at least be sure that you’ll more quickly reach the goals that you set for yourself. Whether it’s simply starting a fitness class, strengthening your muscles, preparing for an event, personal development, losing weight, drying up calories, trying to exercise consistently because dieting no longer works, resuming a sustained physical activity, trying to eat more healthily, working your abs, pecs, glutes, improving flexibility, losing weight to have a flat stomach, recovering your figure, finding your rhythm and motivation, bulking up and sculpting your body, keeping fit, or trying out different exercises, such as weightlifting
, boxing or pilates.
If you don’t believe that you can achieve these goals on your own, then don’t hesitate to consider going with a personal trainer. Having a strength and conditioning coach that’s used to these kinds of objectives is really the best way to reach your goals.
Personal training with an experienced fitness instructor
Because that’s your dilemma today. You’re out there looking for a personal trainer who will come to your home, but you don’t know whom to put your faith in for fast and tangible results. You’ve never tried this before, this physical and fitness training 100% adapted to your body type. And so, naturally, you’re wondering if this kind of personalised support is even for you!
The secret is to find an experienced, high-level coach (one who’s licensed, ideally). Somebody for whom fitness is a profession, and not just a side hobby.
How to find your personal trainer?
An athlete who has obtained a Level 2 or Level 3 Diploma to become a professional coach, a fitness instructor member of a professional organisation, such as the REP or the NRPT... in short, someone who knows how to give fitness lessons, useful advice to make progress and to not get hurt easily, as well as tips to improve your diet. Basically, a coach who can also act as an expert nutritionist.
Because exercising, keeping fit, strengthening your muscles, losing weight, following a fitness regime, improving your health, stretching, doing yoga, etc. cannot be entrusted to just any trainer! As a client, you naturally need some sort of guarantee in order to exercise by the book.
Personal training: the endless opportunities of having a private fitness instructor
A personal trainer is just one click away. But, resorting to a professional sports coach is a decision that should be carefully studied.
The large variety of professionals that we find nowadays also means a host of different exercises and body parts to work on. But what do you wish to work on, specifically? Now that’s a question you must absolutely ask yourself and which you should thoroughly discuss with your future coach before getting started with your athletic training. Firstly, so that your trainer can tell you if they’re competent enough in the program that you wish to engage in. But also so that they can implement the appropriate exercises into your personalised programme and bring the appropriate material to your home for the lessons.
But what can you actually do during a personal training session at your home?
Well, you can do just about anything! Starting with classic fitness exercises to lose weight and increase muscle mass, and then moving on to physical and mental conditioning, muscle toning to firm up and tone your glutes and your thighs, a range of different physical activities (running, stretching exercises, yoga, strength exercises, elliptical machine, cycling, treadmill exercises to test your heart rate, abdominal exercises, push-ups and pull-ups, cardio training, etc.). The idea is to create a fitness regime for greater wellbeing, to help you train for a marathon or a half-marathon, use a Power Plate to fight cellulitis, bulk up to help with back problems, or whatever your goal may be.
Turning to a fitness instructor that will come to you doesn’t necessarily mean taking these lessons at home. If you’re hesitant to get started on your own, both because of the dedication it implies and because of the elevated budget, you can ask your company to hire a personal trainer for a corporate training session. That way, you can motivate each other amongst colleagues. What’s important is that you’re in a comfortable environment to exercise and progress towards your goals.
Finally, a personal trainer can also help steer you towards a healthier lifestyle, especially if you are overweight or obese. By the same token, fitness instructors can also become expert nutritionists, responsible for what their clients are eating and helping them to diet if they want to lose weight.
Find your personal trainer from among more than 1,100 fitness instructors!
It’s settled then, you’ve decided to go with an at-home personal trainer to lose that extra weight and strengthen your muscles. From here on out, your task is simple. Superprof invites you to go to our website and discover all of our fitness instructors right away to find those that are located near you.
A little over 1,100 coaches are waiting for you online and all over the country.
You may also note that the average cost of a personal training session is about 20£ an hour, on average. True, this may account for a certain budget, but think of where your gym budget was good for this past year, and the one before. One thing’s for sure, with your new personal fitness lessons, you’ll definitely be seeing fast results.