Find a Personal Trainer in London
will have studied many different courses, but my advice is to look for a Personal Trainer who specialises in the area you need.
If you have back pain, obesity, diabetes, arthritis, or ME, you will need to look for a specialised Personal Trainer in London.
You will need to think about how many times a week you would like to train. Also, what time of the day you would like to train and where you would like to train. Some clients want to train in a gym, some enjoy training outdoors and some clients prefer to train in the comfort of their own home. Make sure you check with the Personal Trainer as some may not cater for this and will only train you in a gym. I can cover all of these options.
Another thing you might want to consider is whether you are looking for short or long-term training? Are you preparing for a special event, like a wedding or a holiday? If so, shorter-term training may suit you fine. Or, are you suffering with back pain? In that case, long- term Personal Training with a specialist would be much more appropriate.
To get real change in the body can take up to a year and I have found that unfortunately quick fixes do not last. I try to educate all my clients about this!
Have a think about how much experience you are looking for in your trainer. Obviously, the more experience and expertise the Personal Trainer has the money you will have to pay. Be careful because if you are looking a quick fix trainer in London, there are plenty of them around too. If you decide to go down this route, remember it might cost you a lot more in the long run. So, it’s very important to think of the specific issue you may have.
Here are 6 top tips for finding a Personal Trainer in London:
- Go by recommendation
- Chek seceded stories
- Check Google Personal Trainer reviews
- Ask around at the gyms!
- Look at the professional training sites
- Check magazines, papers and gum tree!
- Ask around
Finding the right Personal Trainer for you in London can be stressful and time consuming, so personal recommendations from work colleagues, friends or family can save a lot of time! Most trainers will also do taster sessions to see how you get on. I think this is really important too!
The most important advice I can give though is if you do have pain and the trainer is not using physical therapy tests to assess you, then they are just guessing and could possibly hurt, rather than help you.
If you have read this blog and would like more information then please get in touch today!