Wednesday 31 July 2013

What happens when you hire a personal trainer?

Paul Richardson, from PWR Personal Training, based in Preston, Lancashire, describes the route map from your first call to reaching your goals.
First enquiry?
The first contact is by email, text or good old fashioned phone call. The first question I ask is "what do you need?"  The conversation is all about you, and what you feel needs to change in your lifestyle, health or bodyshape. Plus its your chance to ask any questions.
What happens next?
If you decide to take the next step, I would meet you for an informal, no-obligation chat, to discuss your needs and concerns in more detail, and to check your commitment, and our compatibility. If it still feels right for you, and if I think you have the commitment and determination to put in the time and effort required, we then set up an initial training programme.
What's the consultation?
This is where we set up the programme. I assess your current fitness level, your exercise history, and generally discuss what sort of exercises you feel capable of doing. We'll agree on a training plan that you feel comfortable doing, and I go through, in detail, my Optimum Eating Plan that is working for so many clients. The product of years of research, this is highly effective for weight loss!
Where do the workouts take place?
This is "traditional", personal training in your home or chosen location. It is designed for your maximum convenience, requiring no travel time or expense on your part. Just be ready, with your trainers on when I get  there! I take the workouts to my clients' homes, or locations that they prefer. Local parks, occasionally gyms if desired, but generally, all you need is a small space at home.
Can I train with a friend?
Yes, I work with couples, pairs, and small groups, which reduces fees per person and can be more motivating.
How do I get in touch?
Call, text, or email Paul Richardson to arrange your first contact, and tell me what's bugging you about your body or you health.      Call or text 07855 121232

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