What a Personal trainer should do.

August 25, 2014

 #1. Take a full medical history and lifestyle evaluation, and design a program to    help you achieve your goals, especially if you have any medical concerns.

#2. Address any postural quirks (teach you neutral spine and stabilization) and modify exercises for weaknesses and/or past injuries.

#3. Design a full program for you, not just weights, but cardio and stretching as well

#4. Assess your current level of strength, cardiovascular fitness, flexibility and monitor your progress.

#5. Update your training program every few weeks or months.

#6. Educate you enough so ultimately you don't need them anymore. (A really good trainer will "graduate" you so you can work out without them!)

#7. Be mindful of your individual goals, since each person is different, and goals can vary.


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