One of the most valuable things about having a personal trainer is the ability to design a program that works for you. Read on to see what type of personal training program best fits your needs. And remember, with At Home Fit you can always train with a partner for no additional cost!
The "I don't know what I'm doing or why I'm doing it but I look fantastic!" Program
Not everyone is interested in learning all the ins and outs of getting fit and building strength. If you want to get in great shape but don't want to have to think about what to do or when to do it, you want a full-service plan. Your trainer will program for you, guide you through every workout and track your progress to ensure that you make steady gains. You will never have to worry about motivating yourself or when to change an exercise or when to add weight. You know you are in it for the long-haul so save the most by booking a large package and getting on the schedule to reserve your desired time slot.
The "I probably should've thought about this sooner." Program
While we encourage everyone to make fitness a part of their long-term plan, sometimes you need to think short-term. Maybe you are getting ready for your wedding or someone else's big day. High school reunion? Count-down to summer? Whatever it is, focusing in and really dedicating yourself over several weeks can get you to that goal and inspire you to keep going once you have achieved it.
The "If you love something, set it free." Program
We get it. You like us but you don't want us to move in. To work out on your own there are four important factors to consider. First, do you know how to design a workout program to meet your goals? Second, do you know how to modify that program as you progress? Third, do you know how to perform the movements properly so you do not injure yourself? Fourth, are you able to motivate and push yourself so that you can achieve those goals?
If you can learn the moves and motivate yourself, you would benefit from a program that allows you to meet with a trainer, learn a bit and then go out on your own for a while. Then you can meet with your trainer again after a few weeks to check your form and modify your program based on your progress. You will learn as you go and eventually you might just need periodic boosts to keep your workouts from getting stagnant.
The "I don't need you, but I kind of need you." Program
If you answered yes to all the questions above but are feeling like you are in a workout rut, a boost is all you need. Let your trainer design a new program for you and get you past that plateau.
The "Student becomes the master" Program
Why hire a personal trainer when you can BE a personal trainer! Once you start working out and feeling great, you don't want to stop. If you find yourself watching videos online and reading articles non-stop, maybe you should consider becoming a trainer yourself. Grow stronger and learn from the best.
The "Can I taste it first?" Program
If you can't commit to an ice-cream cone without sacrificing 30 tiny plastic spoons, you might need a little more to convince you to commit to a long-term program. It's hard to start something new. If you know you want to get in shape but you aren't sure what type of program is for you, schedule afree in-home consult and talk to our head trainer directly.