Well? What’s the verdict? Do you need a personal trainer?
It’s a question that many people find themselves asking when they first begin their fitness journeys. Well, in our opinion, the real question isn’t “Do you?”, it’s “How much and why?”. The truth is that everyone can benefit from private coaching and individual programming. Some need it more than others, but even the coaches as Mass-Machado in Westchester look to each other for coaching and guidance. Now if you want to talk about whether one can afford a personal trainer, you might have yourself an argument. Some people just don’t have the funds to see someone two-three times per week for training assistance. However, if you’re living a higher tax bracket lifestyle, or even doing just well enough to have some disposable income every month, then there’s no better place to invest your money than in yourself. Whether it’s Individual Performance Coaching, small group training, or just a functional fitness class; everyone can use a little help, and it’s always worth it…but why?
The two key reasons why we think people tend to benefit from personal training situations are knowledge and accountability. The knowledge comes from having a trainer who is both certified and experienced. The accountability comes in the form of the trainers themselves making sure to keep their clients on task, focused, and showing up. It’s kind of like a business partnership…but with kettlebells and stuff.
So next time you hear someone tell you that they don’t need a trainer, remind them that everyone from the newest newbie to the highest ranked pro has and has benefited from having a trainer. So yeah folks…hire us, it’s worth it.