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Do you ever feel like you are being inundated with fitness professionals selling you the next best training program? We get it, the fitness industry can be noisy and though there are many talented personal trainers, not every trainer is suitable for every person. There are many things to consider when looking for a personal trainer though ultimately, the trainer for you is the one that can help you achieve your goals safely, effectively, and in an environment you love being in.

At AESTALLION, we have helped countless clients to achieve their athletic and body recomposition goals. We understand that the right personal trainer can make a tremendous difference in achieving your goals safely and as efficiently as possible. We also know that finding the best personal trainer for you can be a tough call. In this post, we provide our best tips on how to find the right personal trainer for you and what you might want to consider while searching for a trainer.

Do you think AESTALLION could be the right gym for you? Connect with one of our personal trainers today and see how we can take your training to the next level.

How to Find the Right Personal Trainer for You

When looking for a personal trainer your first step is always to identify your unique goals. Are you looking for focused sports performance training or looking for support with a weight loss or physique goal? Once you know this, look for a trainer that has experience in what you are looking for. Look for experienced goal or sport-specific personal trainers to help you make the most of your personal training time. Hockey personal training and soccer personal training are just two of the specialized training options we provide at AESTALLION.

What Does a Personal Fitness Trainer Do?

Many of our clients want to know, what does a personal fitness trainer do? Personal trainers work directly with their clients to create training programs that help them to achieve their fitness goals. Personal trainers take into consideration the current fitness level of their clients to build programs that challenge them while also ensuring that exercise is done safely. A good personal trainer will develop a plan for their clients that helps them to achieve their goals be it weight loss, muscle building or athletic performance.

What Are the Benefits of Having a Personal Trainer?

There are countless benefits to working with a personal trainer and choosing to work with one might just be the push you need to start making real progress towards your goals. Some of the top reasons why we think working with a trainer is beneficial include the following

  • Focused training based on your unique goals
  • Ensures proper form to reduce injury and optimize workouts
  • Helps to you to see results sooner with a targeted approach
  • Helps set realistic goals and timelines for success
  • Adds accountability to your workout routine
  • Allows for variety and challenge in your workouts
  • Shares their knowledge with you for training sessions without your trainer

What are Things to Ask a Personal Trainer Before Hiring Them?

With so many personal trainers looking to help you achieve your goals, it can be hard to know who to pick. Beyond having an idea of the type of training you are looking for, it’s also important to speak with your trainer and ask questions before working with them. Communication is important when it comes to personal training. Consider asking your prospective trainer the following questions to ensure they will be a good fit for your training needs but also suitable for your personality and general expectations too.

What Are Their Qualifications? – Does your trainer truly understand your sport? Do they have the credentials required to be an effective trainer? It’s important to ask your trainer about their qualifications and ask for references too. A gym that has NASM personal trainers and ISSA personal trainers are a good indication that the gym has high standards, ask about other relevant qualifications and education too.

How Do They Measure Success? – You and your trainer need to be on the same page about your goals and how success is measured. Does your trainer focus on inches lost, strength gained or improved sports stats? Ask your trainer how they will help to measure your success and also how they will work to support you if goals are not being met.

Ask About Their Training Style – Does your trainer offer intense boot-camp style training sessions or is the atmosphere a bit more relaxed? Reflect on what you find most motivating and inspiring and look for a personal trainer that aligns with how you desire to be trained.

How Long Should You Have a Personal Trainer?

Many prospective clients hold concern that working with a trainer needs to be a long-term commitment in order to be successful. Though some athletes may benefit from long-term training with a personal trainer, the majority of those who work with personal trainers choose to do so for less than a year. In many cases, three to six months of personal training can help you start seeing great results and also prepare you to continue training on your own moving forward. At AESTALLION, we often suggest 12-week training programs to dial in your efforts and help you achieve your goals.

Are you ready to become the best version of yourself? We can help you take your training to the next level and make your goals your reality. Contact us today to discuss training options and see if we have the trainer you’ve been looking for.

Sami Halbouni
Sami Halbouni

Looking good is one thing, feeling good is another. In my eyes, the gym can help you do both. As a result of my passion towards the change I implemented in my life, I enjoy guiding those who want to better themselves. We created Aestallion to help goal-oriented, results-driven people achieve in the most effective ways possible. I love to share my experience, mistakes, and intricate knowledge among those who can benefit from it. I believe working efficiently is crucial and as a result of that, I help people implement the right processes and procedures to avoid wasting time.



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