How to Pick a Personal Trainer
- April 23, 2017
- Posted by: marlenedubois
- Category: CPR Training
Q: What certification should I look for in a personal trainer?
Most importantly, no certification will guarantee of which someone is usually a great trainer. The information taught in almost all certifications is usually generally outdated along with basic.
the item is usually actually up to the trainer to learn outside of the certification process. A not bad trainer will have a mentor (preferably many mentors) of which has shown them how to successfully deal with many situations, train people efficiently along with effectively, along with how to design a great training program.
A not bad trainer should also possess critical thinking skills. They shouldn’t simply do what all the additional trainers are doing or copy workouts along with exercises straight through a book or website.
If you are familiar with my training programs, you will know of which they contain basic, no-fluff exercises. There’s no standing on gym balls or additional dangerous along with relatively ineffective training methods. There is usually nothing in my programs of which I can’t justify. The trainer you choose should also be able to justify their exercise programs.
If I were picking a trainer, I’d insist on them meeting a very high level of criteria. After all, your trainer is usually in charge of your body along with your health. You should demand a lot through your trainer. of which’s the only way your training will reach another level.
Feel free to email me for trainer recommendations throughout North America. I might be able to recommend someone for you.