New year. New you.
That is the plan for a number of individuals as 2015 ends and 2016 begins as far as fitness goes and it relates to eating but more so exercise and just exactly how much you can squeeze in this year.
That "new you" means you're intent on losing weight, cutting fat, eating better but mostly making time to workout. A lot of you are going to be wanting the help of an expert, and that typically comes in the form of a person trainer at the gym of your choosing, the one you decide to join as part of your New Year's Resolution.
Having a personal trainer tends to be, for some, the ticket to sticking to exercise once and for all. The trainer is your motivator, they hold you accountable, and they give you a reason to go to the gym versus if it is just you, and you decide all of a sudden on a random Tuesday that you don't want to go. You're not letting anyone else down but yourself, but a trainer will call you, text you, bother you in fact until you show.
The problem with most trainers is that they're hardly empathetic to their clients. Trainers typically come in the form of fit, muscular and toned men and women, and the idea of them working out with you or showing you what to do is hardly the match made in heaven it is marketed as to you.
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