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Personal Training on a Budget
Nov 3, 2011
If you're looking for a trainer to show you what to do, spring for two or three sessions, which will cost to 0 each. That's enough time for you to get set up with a routine and to learn proper technique.
Then treat yourself to bimonthly tune-ups to ensure that your progress continues. These meetings are especially useful if you're not getting results, because the trainer can show you moves that will help you break through your plateau. In a study of 20 men at Ball State University, those who worked out with a trainer got results 30 percent faster than men who exercised solo.
Need a trainer to help you stick to your workouts? Try group sessions. Most trainers will let you and a friend or two train together and share the cost, plus a little friendly competition never hurts.If you belong to a gym, ask if you can get an hour with one of the club's trainers. Health clubs usually offer members one or two freebies each year. Once you have a routine, make it a point to regularly solicit advice from staff. When they realize that you're interested in their help, they'll be doling out more free advice and encouragement than you can handle.
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