7 Lies We Tell Our Personal Trainer

One of the best things you can decide to do to your body is working out. If you know nothing about losing weight or getting that body you have always wanted, it is advisable to seek the services of a qualified personal trainer.

Personal trainers are good because they hold you accountable. They also help you take your fitness to a whole new level.

Getting a personal trainer is easy. Every gym has a personal trainer. Alternatively, you can choose to hire a personal trainer through referrals i.e. through a friend or family member. Using referrals is better because you get firsthand information i.e. what to expect, charges, professionalism e.t.c.

It is important to note that you are obligated to give your personal trainer accurate information such as: your medical history, age, current injuries e.t.c. Such information is important because it helps your personal trainer craft a safe workout session for you.

It is however important to note that most people don’t disclose all necessary information to their personal trainers during the signing up process and actual workouts because of various reasons i.e. fear and embarrassment. This shouldn’t be the case.

If you want to achieve your goals comfortably, you must be completely honest with your personal trainer. Lying to your personal trainer will only results in problems such as injury, poor performance, dissatisfaction e.t.c.

If you are interested in discovering the lies most people tell their personal trainers, you are in the right place. Below are 7 lies we tell our personal trainers and how those lies affect you workout sessions and final results.

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