How to find the Right Trainer for You!
Questions to ask the Trainer:
Look for nationally recognized certifications.(you can get info on most of these on the internet)
This is important especially if you have special needs, such as, joint problems, diabetes, or other medical concerns.
Experience is so important, but don't be afraid to give a new trainer a chance if they meet all your other needs.
If the trainer works mostly with body builders and you just want to be able to walk without fainting, you may want someone with more experience training people with your same interests.
The best trainer in town will do you no good if you can't ever get a session with them!
This is important in case of an accident.
Questions to ask yourself:
You want to work with someone how looks and acts professional. Sloppy clothes or
an unkept look may say volumes about how this person trains as well.
A trainer can talk to you all day, but if you have no clue as to what they said,
you will have communication problems in the future.
This may sound simple, but if you don't really "like" this person
you won't enjoy working with this person every week.
Always consult your physician before beginning any exercise program