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How To Find The Right Personal Trainer

There is no shortage of personal trainers in Singapore and the market is getting saturated due to the increase in people wanting to improve their health and fitness more than ever – Which is amazing!

If you’ve struggled to find the right personal trainer in the past or are currently looking for one, there are a few very important factors to tick off your checklist ✅

Let’s take the guesswork out of things and help make that process easier than it needs to be.

Here are 5 things to look for in a good personal trainer:

1. Care

You will be able to pick up from the very first session whether your trainer genuinely cares for your goals, your journey and you as a person.

If your trainer appears to be disinterested in your goals, they are not going to help you achieve them.

2. Inspiration and Motivation

Getting yourself to workout is hard, especially if you’re new to the gym.

You need a trainer that will get you excited to workout every single session.

Your trainer should be passionate about what they do and most importantly walk the talk and lead by example.

3. Progress check ins and assessments

Before you even step foot on the gym floor your trainer should take your measurements, take progress photos and assess your movement.

Progress Check ins should be done every 2-3 weeks to keep you on track.

4. Train right, Eat right !

A good personal trainer will integrate training and nutrition in your plan. Most people struggle to achieve noticeable results because they are training hard in the gym but paying little to no attention to their nutrition.

5. Professionalism

It’s the simple things that show a personal trainers professionalism on the gym floor.

  • Giving you undivided attention during your session.
  • Not eating during whilst you are on your rest break.
  • Scrolling or texting on their phone
  • Being there 5 mins before your session start time.