YOU ARE JUST STARTING OUT
It is officially that time of year, everyone is in the gym, and if you are just getting started it can be very intimidating. A trainer can help you gain confidence in the gym. From figuring out some of the basics, to determining what type of workouts work best for your body, coming up with a schedule for you, and of course showing you the proper form and how to use equipment properly, they’ve got you covered!
YOU AREN’T SEEING RESULTS
Maybe you are someone who has been killing it in the gym, but for some reason you are no longer seeing results. A trainer can help find ways to switch it up and incorporate new things that could make a huge difference for you! Sometimes we need to be taken out of our comfort zone to see the results that we want to see. Here at STAT Wellness, we dive even deeper. Our trainers can provide body composition scans and analysis, and easily refer to one of our practitioners to check out your labs to make sure you don’t have anything else going on that could keep you from seeing the changes you are trying to achieve.
YOU NEED ACCOUNTABILITY AND A PUSH
A trainer is the perfect accountability partner, they are going to make sure you show up and get a good workout in! If you are someone that needs that extra push, your trainer will most definitely have your back! Whether it is to lift that heavier weight or go for 10 more seconds, a trainer will help you reach your goal.
YOU ARE BORED WITH YOUR CURRENT ROUTINE
Doing the same thing in the gym for a while can get very boring and unmotivating. A trainer can bring new moves and workouts to spice things up! Which can get you excited about working out again!
YOU WANT TO LEARN TO WORKOUT ON YOUR OWN
Even though this one may surprise you, our goal is to give you the tools you need to great and execute effective workouts on your own! A trainer doesn’t always have to be long term. Even though we would love to be, we want to help your grow and gain confidence so that you stick with it! And once you are ready to change things up, you can always go back for tips on taking your training to the next level.
Author: Erin Darity, BSN
Nurse and Trainer