What To Look For In A Personal Trainer (Personal Training)

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What To Look For In A Personal Trainer (Personal Training)

Here's some things to know and watch out for when you're looking for a good personal trainer.

What to Look For: The cost of a personal training session will vary depending on where you live and your trainer's experience and education. The cost for a personal trainer is typically anywhere from $85 to $125 a session. And it's the same for Virtual Personal Training as well. When you're choosing a Personal Trainer, you want to focus on these specific qualities and credentials:

-Business Policies: The trainer should have liability insurance and provide a copy of policies and procedures for services, costs, cancellations, and refunds.
-Certifications and Qualifications: A personal trainer should be certified through a reputable personal training organization, such as NASM, ACSM, ACE, or NSCA. Your trainer should also have an updated certification in CPR and/or first aid.
-Experience: Make sure your trainer has experience, especially in relation to your goals. For example, if you're a senior with limitations, illnesses, or injuries, you want to hire someone knowledgeable in that area.
-Specifics: If you have a specific medical problem, injury, or condition (such as being pregnant, arthritis, any heart problems, diabetes, etc.) make sure your trainer has an education in these areas and is willing to work with your doctor.
-A Good Listener: They will listen closely to what you say and make sure that they understand your goals.
-Pays attention: They will be focused only on you during your sessions.

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