Personal Trainer near you
Be honest, how many times have you said “okay, next Monday I’m starting my new training plan”? And then before you know it, we’re already planning our Christmas outfit meals. And then working out now becomes a New Years resolution, only to repeat the same cycle again. And you swear you’re going to join a gym or find a personal trainer that will pull you pack into shape. But they either don’t fit your budget, or you must drive out a good 30 mins to meet up with them. So, by the time you get to the training session, you’re not pumped up anymore. Well, that’s why Booksy is here. We’re not only ready to be your #1 hype man, but we’ll help you find the best deals in or around your area.
How to Prepare for a Personal Training Session
Working out after a hearty meal is never a good idea. You’ll end up vomiting halfway through your session, and it won’t be because the session is too hectic or you’re too unfit! if you do need something for energy, eat something light at least an hour before your session. Foods like wholegrain toast, peanut butter or bananas and yoghurt are good for pre-workout meals. Make sure you’re well hydrated and have enough water packed in for your training session. Take a small towel with, in case you need to wipe off sweat regularly and dress comfortably! Working out can be stylish, but it also needs to be practical. Make sure you’re on time and relaxed before your session. What should I expect from my first session with a personal trainer? Your first session with your personal trainer is like an introduction. You’ll fill out some forms and complete a physical test to see your level of fitness. The trainer will also go through your goals for working out and your current eating plan. If this needs to be adjusted, the trainer will suggest options or draw up a dietary plan for you. In your physical test, the trainer will assess things like your height and weight, blood pressure muscular strength and flexibility and range of motion, among other things. Based on all these factors, your trainer will come up with a realistic plan to help achieve your goals. How to find the best personal trainer? Choosing the best personal trainer is not only about finding someone who will get you lean or fit. You must find a trainer who’s a good personality fit, has good credentials, is affordable and can help you achieve specific goals, whether that’s training for your next triathlon or just getting you back on the fitness track. Booksy has a wide range of personal trainers that are affordable, qualified, and trustworthy. How many times a week should you meet with a personal trainer? Work out sessions with a personal trainer helps keep you motivated and disciplined. Most trainers recommend sessions with them one to two times a week for at least six weeks. This will help you get accustomed to your new routine and execute exercises correctly without hurting your muscles. Trainers may schedule more work out sessions in your schedule per week where you don’t need them watching over you. How do I make an appointment to a personal trainer? Motivating yourself to get back into fitness is a mental back and forth that we’ve ALL gone through at least once in our lives. Trying to make an appointment with a personal trainer and either going straight to voicemail or not getting a response can quickly snap us out of that mental high. But by using Booksy, making an appointment is so quick and easy, you won’t even have time to change your mind. Everything is done online, from finding a trainer in and around your area, to securing more than one work out sessions way in advance. How much does personal trainer cost? Personal training prices differ based on the type of trainer you’re booking, their location, call out fees and different packages offered. Most personal trainers charge a flat rate of R250 per hour. Some trainers offer different packages depending on your level of fitness or specific training needs. These will usually cost around R1300 per month and include 2 sessions a week. You can use Booksy to compare hourly and package prices before making that commitment.