Why should you work with a personal trainer?

August 3, 2023
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What are the benefits of having a personal trainer?

Personal Training is becoming increasingly popular year by year. So why should you invest in using a personal training service?

At Strength House, our personal training service at 30 Cannon Street in the City of London, provides a wide array of support and benefits for your health and well-being, so you can train safely, get stronger, and reach your goals.

1. Spend less time in the gym and see more results.

It’s very common to be overwhelmed with the amount of information available to us. As a result it’s hard to determine exactly what type of training and nutrition suits you. This is where a Strength House personal training comes in, as we are able to take away the guesswork for you, make sure you spend less time spinning your wheels and are consistently on the right track to achieve your goals.

2. Achieving your personal goals

Having a personal trainer helps you develop a clear understanding of your goals and how to achieve them. Ideally we want to break our goals down into smaller, realistic and achievable actions that we can consistently adhere to. With a Strength House personal trainers help, you’ll develop a comprehensive outlook on how to achieve both your long term and short term goals. From reducing your aches and pains, to losing 10 pounds or being able to do pull ups with your own bodyweight. May be it's all three.

3. Accountability.

Having someone there supporting you through your training journey is pivotal in long term progress. A trainer can provide clarity in where you are in your journey, what steps you need to take and is there to help you with those steps. It’s the accountability of a personal trainer that helps you to push yourself far beyond your usual training capacity, especially when it comes to more complex training systems like strength training or understanding the exercises you need to do to reduce your muscle or joint pain.

4. Laying the foundations for future training.

While personal training is something we may not be using consistently for the rest of our lives, spending 3, 6, 12 months with a trainer learning how to train correctly, learning how to understand how our body works and the principles of resistance training and nutrition can be an investment which will benefit you from years to come.

Feel like having a Personal Trainer would benefit your lifestyle? Get in touch with our team today to find out more on how we can help support you in reaching your goals.