The fitness society can be divided into 2 sections. One, who is self-reliant, plan out their meals and workouts beforehand and are consistent. On the other hand are people who struggle with doing the same and need a person behind to handle everything for them. The reasons could include loss of knowledge, less time, or needing a guiding agent in general.
Ever found yourself going to the gym, spending around 2 hours there, coming back home, and wondering what you actually achieved?
Distractions are everywhere and there’s no way to get rid of them. If you are so determined as to what you want to achieve, then this might not be an issue for you. But there are a lot of people who find it difficult to keep their phones down, roam around the gym aimlessly, and have no set workouts for the day.
A lot of times people are seen performing a 10-minute abs routine as a way to actually achieve abs! which in reality is never going to work. Even the people who perform the ab exercises with the body of a million bucks did not achieve those definitions by doing that particular exercise routine only. Firstly, you need to know what you want to achieve. Once you are well versed with your wants, you need to plan the journey as to how you’re going to achieve the set goals. Achieving your goals requires a holistic approach, and a little guidance never hurt nobody. Having structure in your sessions and creating a purpose for that training is something where a lot of people are lacking & lagging. It is important to understand that it’s okay if you hit a few bumps on the road, but there’s so much misinformation on Google that it’s impossible to decipher whether or not something you’re doing is wrong or is guilty-until- proven-innocent the beloved, Google.
6 months down the lane you’re still no closer and are more likely to feel upset seeing others hit their marks. Winging it isn’t going to get you anywhere and following crash diets won’t either. Here is when you might need a teacher, a coach, a personal trainer to pave the way to a good tomorrow for you and for your body. As the name suggests, a personal trainer is personal to you, s/he before mapping out your routine will be well versed with A-Z of your daily routine and your body goals. S/he will take you from your current position to the position you want to be in in the most efficient way and also educate you along on how to maintain the gains. Again, hiring a trainer is a commitment, as you need to be willing to put in your time, money, and hard work to see visible results.
Having a coach has many benefits. A good trainer would make sure that your life is free from restriction and you’re able to enjoy everything within the limit. A good coach would educate you to a level that you can educate others. A good coach would make you love your body and push you throughout. If this is something that you want, then having a trainer is the best fit for you.
Sometimes we all need a stick behind our backs to make us do things. Be it our parents getting us to do our homework when we were kids or be it a trainer at the gym pushing us for that one last rep, a small serving of thrust goes a long way!