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Personal Training

Personal fitness trainers specialise in just that. The most important thing is finding a qualified and insured personal fitness trainer to help you get what you want from your time with them.

Some simple steps to finding and hiring your new trainer include deciding on why you want a trainer. Is it for fitness, toning, weight gain/weight loss or even a sports injury.

You should decide on your budget as trainers range from £15 - £100+ per session which is normally 1 hour. The price will vary largely dependent upon their experience and how busy they are and whihc part of the country they are in.

It is recommended that you check out at least 3 trainers and contact them either via email or by phone before deceiding on one.

You shoud speak to them and discuss your needs and wishes and then listen to what they say. Remember you are paying them so if you don't think you'd like the way they propose to train you then choose one you like.

Once you have decided upon the trainer you would like to use you should always meet in a public place or in a gym reception and ask to see their credentials and insurance documents. Any good trainer will have no problem with this.
Once they have gone through a brief introduction do not be afraid to ask them anything as you are paying the to train you and they are used to it.

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