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The 5 Secrets To Successfully Working With A Trainer


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The 5 Secrets To Successfully Working With A Trainer

Author : Paul Meldrum   Top Author

Submitted : 2014-01-08 23:30:39    Word Count : 490    Popularity:   Not Rated

Tags:   DC Health Performance, Personal Trainer Mentoring Program, St Leonards Personal Training, Personal Training St Leonards, Sydney Personal Trainer, Personal Trainer Sydney, Fat Loss, Paul Meldrum, Biosignature Sydney, Active Release Technique Sydney

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Working a trainer can be a rewarding experience helping you get further with your training than ever before. A trainer can push you to new levels of fitness, help you clean up your diet, provide accountability and motivation and teach you new exercises and techniques. What some people forget is that the relationship with a trainer is a 2 way street. Here are 5 secrets to get the absolute most out of working with a trainer.

1. Trust the plan

There is a reason in your program for everything that your trainer has prescribed. There is nothing more frustrating for a trainer than having to debate every aspect of a clients program. It is absolutely ok to ask questions but at the end of the day you need to trust the process. Action is much more productive than talk and your level of intensity when training is the prime driver of your results.

2. Limit the talk

A little bit of talk is welcome and enjoyable but should stop after the warm up and the workout has begun. You need to spend your training session focusing on your form, listening to instructions and keeping your rest periods honest. You shouldn't be talking about your plans for the weekend or what ever else is going on in your life. Spend your training session really involved in your training session. You will reap the rewards.

3. Follow your diet plan

Diet is 80% of your results. To truly get the most out of your personal training experience, try your best to eat well consistently. One of the best things you can do to optimise this process is to keep a food journal and show it to your trainer, preferably weekly. This will hep keep you accountable and your trainer will be able to tell you if what you are eating is helping or hindering your process.

4. Tell the truth

This is one of the most frustrating things trainers have to deal with. If you have an injury or experience pain during an exercise you HAVE to tell your trainer. We will work out something else for you to do and establish a correct referral if necessary. If you are feeling sick or under the weather let us know as well. We can modify your program to focus on something else for the day and push harder on another day.

5. Show up on time

If you are running late, it will affect your workout and also the workout of the next client. Sometimes things happen that stop this from happening but this is not a good habit to get into. This is your hour and you owe it to yourself to do your best each time and give yourself the time you need to get the best results.

Training with a trainer is rewarding and challenging. Follow the above steps to get the most bang for your buck and achieve your results.

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Paul Meldrum has been training clients for over 10 years. He specialises in fat loss, muscle gain and rehabilitation. He was the winner of the 05/06 Personal Trainer of the year award. To receive his 3 part video series on the 8 Things you need to know to lose fat visit his website at www.dchealthperformance.com.au

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