Motivation for exercise boost drive to train

24 Nov
Fitness One

Fitness One

How will you ever find the motivation to exercise unless you are actually looking for it? Let’s face it, we all know we need to exercise. Many of us know how to exercise. Everyone has owned countless exercise videos, books, and gym  memberships. You may even be an expert on the perfect exercises for your body. But you’re not doing it! Why? Well the problem isn’t lack of knowledge, it’s lack of motivation. Does this sound familiar? If you want to lose weight, get healthy and/or build muscle, hiring a personal trainer can be a step in the right direction. A good trainer can help you set up a program that meets your goals and teach you the best way to exercise.

Personal trainer can boost exercise motivation

A personal trainer’s job is to assess your fitness level, set up a program for you and keep you motivated. He or she will push you past your comfort level–something difficult to do on your own. They have the passion, knowledge and tools to help you work smarter, not harder. You’ll find the ultimate motivation in their personalized attention, discipline and feedback. A trainer also provides:

  • Guidance on reaching your goals
  • Education about strength training, cardio and basic nutrition
  • A reason to show up at the gym each week
  • Accountability
  • Ways to help track your progress

Finding a personal trainer

If you are thinking about finding a personal trainer, one place to look is your local gym. One of the most known fitness clubs in town is Fitness One. Their personal trainers offer many different options for you to decide the number of sessions you want to have. If after finishing the sessions with your personal trainer you feel confident about yourself and you think you can work out on your own, you have the option for signing up for a membership, which will give you access to both of their clubs; they have two locations, Fitness One North and Fitness One East. Both of their locations are open 24 hours a day, so there is no excuse for you not go to the gym.

Click here for more information.

-Oscar Morillon


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