In the biggest little city, we’re surrounded by hiking and biking trails, the largest concentration of ski resorts on the continent and let’s not forget that jewel of the Sierra, Lake Tahoe. What do you need to enjoy it all? Your health! If you live in Reno, here’s why you need a personal trainer.
Our city is home to yoga studies, martial arts academies, boutique gyms, franchise gyms and all kinds of specialty fitness centers in between.
That’s a lot of fitness. And still, a personal trainer is probably a better choice.
When you join a gym or attend group fitness classes, there’s often a common pattern. You’re committed for the first week or two, maybe even the entire first month, and then life gets in the way. You start finding reasons that you just can’t get to the gym today, which snowballs into tomorrow, and then you’re telling yourself you’ll start again next week.
Before you know it, you’ve slipped back into unhealthy, largely sedentary routines, which leads to panic as we move into warmer months.
A personal trainer is a way around all that.
5 Personal Training Benefits
- Personalized instruction
- Workout efficiency
- Workout variety
- Measureable results
While you may get one or two of the benefits above with a membership to a gym, or by attending group fitness classes, or by setting your own alarm and jogging around the neighborhood every morning, a personal trainer is the only way to get them all.
- Instead of a one-size-fits-all program, you’ll get a personalized program designed to accommodate your ability now and move you efficiently and safely to your goals.
- Instead of the same thing day in and day out, you’ll get variety that’s as good for your muscles and heart as it is for your mind and motivation.
- Instead of measurements and a number on the scale that refuse to budge, you’ll see real results.
We live in a beautiful part of the country, and there’s no shortage of outdoor activities to enjoy in Reno and its surrounding areas. Get the most out of those trails and parks and lakes. Improve your health and fitness with a personal trainer, and then get out there.
But before you do, start with a free consultation here at Framework.