Looking to train at an excellent personal training studio in Canary Wharf? This article breaks down 3 things you want to know before you make your decision to start a new health and fitness program.
1. Trainers In The Studio
Often the best trainers aren’t the ones affiliated with celebrities. They are often the ones who actually spend most of their time in the trenches training people. In my opinion, when looking for a trainer you want to focus these three things.
1. Do they make it enjoyable?
After all, if you’re going to be spending a significant portion of your time at this personal training studio, you want to make sure the person you’re training with fun to be around. Trainers should have high energy and always bring that to the session.
2. Do they get results?
When paying money, you want to work with the best. Check out the before and after transformations ,the google reviews and actually ask people they train with. Anyone who is excellent at their job will have no shortage of any of these.
3. Do they keep you safe?
Because the barrier for entry to becoming a personal trainer is so low, you have to make sure you pick someone who is going to keep you safe. Adherence to perfect form, not starting weights too heavy and a general feeling of safety is what you should be looking for in an expert personal training studio in Canary Wharf.
2. The Measurement Process.
Unfortunately, the scale is a useless form of measuring progress. It doesn’t tell you how much muscle you have, or how much fat you have or indeed how much your composition has changed over the past few months.
The scale can in fact go up, yet you could still be losing body fat. This is because you’ve built more muscle than you’ve lost fat.
Callipers still remain the quickest and most accurate method to assess body fat measurements. But they aren’t without their drawbacks. We like to use a range of methods to assess progress, but they key when looking for trainers is that they are actually measuring your progress.
Often I see trainers who don’t have a reliable method to test their clients progress. Or worse still, then never track the progress.
This is a big red flag which should make you consider if this is the right studio for you.
3. Equipment In Your Studio Of Choice
Often the gyms with the newest equipment doesn’t always translate to the best results. Often the most expensive pieces of equipment are inefficient at burning fat (cardio machines) but the cheaper stuff is often overlooked but can be exceptionally efficient (barbells and dumbbells)
When looking for a studio you want to see an emphasis on results and quality of equipment instead of the latest gadgets which look good, but don’t work to get results.
If you’re looking to hire a Personal Trainer in Canary Wharf, I hope this article has helped you consider some things you may not have thought about before.
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