Why do you use a personal trainer?
There are many reasons people use personal trainers. Some of the most common are: help with technique, weight loss, increase muscle tone and size, maintenance, sport specific goal, increase functional strength for day to day activities, and many more.
by Sylvia Leong 9 years ago
Should Personal Trainers be regulated? Regulated, meaning that each Personal Trainer would be accountable to a governing organization that:- Accredits their education & examination levels- Binds them to specific standards of practice & to a code of ethicsAll for the purpose of...
by Kevin W 6 years ago
Would you hire an over weight Personal Trainer?Do you believe in any profession, you have to "dress for success"? Would you pay and entrust your body to a Personal Trainer that did not look fit and in control of their own body?
by Dr Abby Campbell 6 years ago
Would you hire a personal trainer who was overweight?I'm curious about this. I have noticed many overweight personal trainers at my local gyms, and I'm just wondering how much business they obtain. Would you expect your personal trainer to be an example for you, or are you only concerned with...
by Matt Stark 9 years ago
What is your perception of Physical Therapy?What is it that you think Physical Therapists do? What has been your experience with Physical Therapy? Would PT be your first choice for back pain? Why or why not?
by Stacy Harris 8 years ago
If you are trying to lose weight, do you find using a personal trainer beneficial?Often times when you sign up for a gym membership they try to sell you on the idea of using a personal trainer? Do you think a person will be more successful by using a personal trainer or do you find it is better to...
by Kelly Kline Burnett 9 years ago
As a certified personal trainer I am saddened by the lack of understanding of personal trainers.What do you think could help the ordinary global citizen understanding the benefits of personal trainers?Do personal trainers do enough to cross promote their fellow peers?What are we doing right? ...
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