With over 20 years of providing personal training to 1000s of clients, we’ve heard many concerns from that little devil on your shoulder. Here is a list of the main concerns people have for doing personal training and how we address them:
Cost: Personal training can be expensive
What we say: While personal training can be costly, it’s important to remember that it’s an investment in your health and future. The benefits of regular exercise and a healthy lifestyle far outweigh the cost of personal training. Additionally, each session is a one-on-one interaction with a qualified professional who brings years of experience with them, so you’re getting personalised attention and guidance that you wouldn’t get from a generic workout plan.
Time commitment: Some people may feel like they don’t have enough time to commit to regular personal training sessions.
What we say: Personal training sessions can be tailored to fit your schedule and lifestyle. At the same time, prioritising your health and wellbeing is essential for leading a happy and fulfilling life. By investing time in personal training, you’ll be setting yourself up for success in all areas of your life.
Fear of injury: Starting a new exercise routine can be intimidating, and some people may worry about getting injured.
What we say: At David Sisk Fitness, our highly trained and experienced personal trainers understand the fear of injury that can come with starting a new exercise routine. That’s why we take our role as qualified professionals seriously and are always vigilant when it comes to ensuring your safety during every exercise. Our team will work with you to create a customised workout plan that takes into account your fitness level, injuries, health concerns, and goals. They’ll be there to guide you through each exercise, ensuring proper form and technique, and will monitor your progress and make adjustments to your workout plan as necessary to ensure you get the most out of your training while minimising the risk of injury. With our support, fear of injury should not hold you back from pursuing personal training.
Lack of motivation: Some people may struggle with finding the motivation to exercise regularly.
What we say: Personal trainers can provide motivation and accountability, which can be incredibly helpful for staying on track with your fitness goals. Our mission is to empower you to achieve your health and fitness goals and transform your life. By working with our qualified personal trainers, you’ll have the motivation and guidance you need to succeed and enjoy the many benefits of improved health and wellness.
Personal Comfort: Some people may feel uncomfortable working with a personal trainer, especially if they’re self-conscious about their body or fitness level.
What we say: Personal trainers are professionals who are there to help you achieve your fitness goals in a supportive and non-judgmental environment. They’ll work with you to create a workout plan that fits your needs and abilities, and they’ll be there to guide and encourage you along the way.
While cost may be a concern for some people considering personal training, it’s important to remember that it’s an investment in your health and future. Each session is a one-on-one interaction with a qualified professional who brings years of experience with them, so you’re getting personalised attention and guidance. Additionally, concerns about time commitment, fear of injury, lack of motivation, and personal comfort can all be addressed through the guidance and support of a personal trainer.