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How To Get The Most Value From Your Washington, DC Personal Trainer - 5 Tips PDF Print Email
Health & Fitness - Weight Loss
Written by: Josef Brandenburg   
Friday, 22 May 2009 15:09
We live in a competitive town - Washington, DC, so make your personal training candidates aware of this when you're looking for a personal trainer to help you to get into great shape. So many people end up very disappointed at the end of their relationship with their Washington, DC personal trainer simply because they go with the first one they find. When you consider the fact that you can get certified without ever leaving your house it makes sense to do a little research before picking a Washington, DC personal trainer.


We live in a competitive town - Washington, DC, so make your personal training candidates aware of this when you're looking for a personal trainer to help you to get into great shape. So many people end up very disappointed at the end of their relationship with their Washington, DC personal trainer simply because they go with the first one they find. When you consider the fact that you can get certified without ever leaving your house it makes sense to do a little research before picking a Washington, DC personal trainer.

1. Do your research

Before you start looking on any Washington, DC personal trainer websites for info decide what you want - what are your goals? What's your budget per month? You shouldn't hire the first personal trainer that you talk to anymore than you should buy the first car you see on a lot. The first and most important thing to look for is a proven track record of results. The second thing you want is empowerment - you want them to help you get results on your own and not be dependent on them to workout.

2. Meet with them

It is completely legitimate to speak to a Washington DC personal trainer before you are ready to commit to their brand of training. You are going to find that this will save you a lot of grief in the long run. Ask them what their methods are, where they were trained and how they gained their certification. Run it like a job interview and you'll get good results as to whether they are a good fit for you.

3. Have your own agenda

Too many people walk into a personal trainer's office with vague goals of what they want to happen. If you do this, you are just handing them a blank check to do as they please! Do you want to lose weight, build muscle, increase your flexibility, lower your blood pressure, or all of the above? If you can go in and present this clearly, you are going to be in a good place to get the service that you need.

4. Do they have similar experience?

If you have medical issues (after you get medical clearance) you want to find someone with relevant experience, or at the very least someone who will do real research on your issue.

5. Demand results

You should see results within the first week. Results talk and BS walks. If you have followed the advice of your Washington, DC personal trainer and nothing is happening, then it is time to move on. They should have a money back guarantee on results.

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