I'd like to get into a more regular schedule with weightlifting workouts—but I'm imminently moving from Copenhagen to split my time between New York and Boston. How do I do this? Looking for trainer/gym recommendations, especially: [more inside]
I've suffered from a chronic illness for many years. I've come to the conclusion that I need to jump off the endless doctor visit merry-go-round and focus on pain management and quality of life instead. I think a personal trainer would help with that, but I don't know anything about them. [more inside]
Should I become a personal trainer, and if so, how? [more inside]
Can anyone suggest a personal trainer in PDX (Southeast area or Downtown) who has experience and is sensitive to working with overweight people that are extremely reluctant to exercise? Please explain why you recommend a particular one.
Help me be firm in renegotiating my personal training contract at the gym! [more inside]
I have had 5 sessions so far with a personal trainer I like a lot. How can I prepare myself during the week (when I'm not working with her) to be awesome during my sessions? [more inside]
so...how do i tell my trainer iʻm not going to workout on a day when iʻm on my cycle? [more inside]
Is the Equinox Academy training program a good idea? [more inside]
Under the instruction of a personal trainer I strained my rotator cuff. A couple family members said that one of the reasons of having a personal trainer is avoiding this kind of thing and that I should find a different one. I'd never worked out or used equipment in a gym. The personal trainer was aware of that. He had me doing dips on a piece of equipment that kept my legs up and in front of me. I was definitely straining, he was pushing me to keep going and then my muscles gave out and I dropped. It didn't hurt right away, it was several hours later that the pain came so we continued the regimen. This was my third session, second working upper body. Should I get a different personal trainer or is this just something that happens and can be brushed off?
I want to be an awesome personal trainer - please tell me what you love most about your (current or past) personal trainer! What was it about their approach/attitude/personality/etc that made you love working with them? What big or little things made the difference for you? What made them fun and inspiring? What did they do that helped make exercising a positive, empowering experience for you?
Personal trainer course (ie cert III & IV fitness) in Melbourne, Australia - what should I be looking for? Any recommendations or advice? [more inside]
What did your personal trainer teach you about getting fit? [more inside]
Does my personal trainer know what she's doing? Or am I doing things wrong? [more inside]
Weight loss going good, workout not so much. With money tight, do we need a personal trainer? [more inside]
My wife wants to buy me a personal training package at Bally's gym (where we have a month to month membership) at $1104 for 17 sessions ~$65 per session. Is this a good price right now? Is there a way to shop around on price, perhaps with outside trainers? I'm focussed on reducing body fat through resistance training without injuring myself right now.
Recommendations for a personal trainer in the Raleigh/Durham area? [more inside]
I'd like to get a certification to become a personal trainer, but there are so many different certifications and certifying bodies available I have no idea where to start. [more inside]
I want to solicit a personal trainer to come to my father's apartment twice a week and do a session with him in the building's gym. He's too depressed and demotivated to go on his own accord, but he'll comply if someone shows up at his door. How do I do this without paying a fortune? Are there Human Kinetics students around looking for part-time work? How would I go about finding them? There's also a swimming pool, so a swimming instructor would also be possible, but my dad can't swim, so it'd have to be someone patient enough to coach a cranky 57-year-old in swimming. [more inside]
Can you recommend a gym and/or personal trainer for an overweight, out of shape girl in Brooklyn? [more inside]
What should I give my personal trainer for Christmas? [more inside]
I am an overweight male. I want to look trim, have a 6-pack, and so on. I am willing to put in the necessary exercise and diet. I need a REAL expert in Manhattan with the knowledge and experience to tell me exactly what to eat and precisely how to exercise in light of my body, lifestyle, and history, and who could train with me on a regular basis. Where can I find such a wise person in New York (or persons? -- trainer + sports nutritionist?)?
How do I find a good personal trainer? [more inside]
What qualifications should I look for in a personal trainer? What do the ACE certifications actually mean? I'd like to hire a trainer for a few sessions, but I really don't want to hurt myself or hire a nut. Please help me sort through the options! [more inside]