Fitness & Nutrition Tips
Did you know that comparing trainers is like comparing Apples and Oranges? Here are a few questions to ask yourself when hiring a trainer:
1. Do they have a college degree in the field and not just a certification?
2. How many years experience do they have in the field?
3. Do they have references? Did someone refer you to them or did you just like the way they looked?
4. Are they up-to-date? Have they attended certifications and conferences in the last few years?
5. Are they reliable, dependable?
6. Do they care?
7. Do they pressure you to sign a contract?
8. What does your gutt say?
If they are more expensive than your last trainer or the other trainer in the gym, there is probably a reason. Perhaps they are an apple and not an orange.
Remember, the best is not always the cheapest. You want to go with the professional that will give you results. Not the one that is $5 or $10 cheaper.