The Top 5 Ways To Get A Personal Trainer And Be Able To Afford It

Everyone wants their own personal trainer. Not only do we help encourage you, but we tell you what to do, when to do it, how to eat, and how often. All you have to do is execute it. Sounds simple, right?

Unfortunately the public still views personal training as a luxury and not a necessity. I'm here to tell you that is not true and I will give you the reasons why.

1. You don't need a personal trainer every single day of the week. Get yourself a trainer once a week, or even once every two weeks if you can't afford weekly. Your trainer will lay the groundwork for your fitness schedule on the days you're not working with him. You can change your workouts whenever you meet with your trainer, but you must have the commitment to stick to the routine since your trainer will not be there during all of your workouts.

2. How much do you spend on fast food a week? If you spend 7 bucks a day for lunch and you eat out 5 days a week, that's $35 a week-- guess what? That's not much less than what I charge for one session.

3. Have a gym membership that you're jut not using? If your membership costs $50 a month and you don't even go, maybe it's time to cancel that membership and get yourself an in-home trainer. With the economy the way it is, prices have never been lower-- and your trainer comes to you, bringing all the equipment.

4. Ever considered online personal training? The monthly rates vary, depending on who you go with. My monthly online rates start at $29. With accompanied videos, instructions, and a tailored workout guide, this can be an affordable alternative to in-person training.

5. Got a willing partner? Split the cost of a personal training session. You may not get the one on one attention you would during a private session with your trainer, but the cost can't be beat!

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