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February 20OOYOâ„¢ SportsPersonal Trainers

Choosing the right personal trainer makes all the difference. Regardless of your goal you need an experienced voice to point you in the right direction.


Finding a personal trainer who is right for you is not always easy. A good personal trainer will have a multitude of skills and knowledge ranging from personal health, sports and nutrition and injury prevention.


Having a personal trainer will mean different things to different people but the first criteria in making your selection is your fitness goal. Are you aiming to increase your overall level of fitness or do you want to learn a particular sport, learn to swim, perfect your techniques or achieve a new personal best on your next run? Personals trainers can be specialised in different sports so you need to check their background and experience to make sure they suit your requirements and needs.

When selecting your personal trainer that's best for you, you should look for certain experiences, styles and qualifications.


Try to get some personal recommendation. It’s important to find a personal trainer you can get along with. Start off with a few trial sessions with your personal trainer before you make a commitment.

A personal trainer will not only be useful in your physical workout but they will also guide you in other important aspects like weight loss, preparation for specific events or enhancing your overall fitness level.