A Certified Personal Trainer comes with the qualification and knowledge to teach you proper technique based on your goals and current fitness level.
10 Reasons Why You Should Choose HomeBodies
1. You Don’t Know Where to Start
If you’ve never been particularly active or into exercise or haven’t exercised since high school, you might not know what to do, when to do it or at what intensity. An in-home Personal Trainer will assess your current level of fitness and teach the best exercises to build your strength using proper form to avoid injury.
Over time, your Personal Trainer will add more weight and change-up your routine to keep you growing and to keep you motivated. A Personal Trainer can also help you set realistic goals based on the foods you eat and the amount of time you can dedicate to exercise—then design a short and long term plan to accomplish them.
2. You Don’t Like Gyms and Wish You Could Workout at Home
You think you can’t get a great workout at home, but dread going to a gym. The good news is that a Personal Trainer can give you an incredible workout at home using all kinds of portable workout equipment—including bands, balls or free weights.
In fact, a Personal Trainer can provide a challenging program without any equipment at all using Yoga, Pilates and other exercises designed for dancers. You don’t need a gym full of exercise equipment to get the body of your dreams.
3. You Can’t Stay Motivated and Need More Accountability
A Personal Trainer is inherently motivated, and a great trainer knows how to motivate others. Even on the days you don’t feel up to a strenuous workout, your Personal Trainer can get you moving and before you know it, you’re done.
A regular appointment makes you accountable to your Personal Trainer, and the time and money you’re spending to get in shape makes you more accountable to yourself.
4. You Exercise all the Time, but Never Seem to Progress
Private Training speaks to the quality of your exercise program. With HomeBodies, you get one-on-one attention to ensure maximum results.
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Nathan has been in the fitness industry for over five years. He is pilates mat and reformer certified and has extensive training in Ashtanga Yoga, Classical Ballet and Modern Dance. He teaches pilates, sculpting, core, and yoga classes at gyms and dance studios around Manhattan as well as working one on one with private clients.
He emphasizes the importance of form and focus, helping and challenging clients to push themselves safely and effectively into the reality of their fitness goals. A versatile and enthusiastic trainer, his routines are challenging enough for the seasoned athlete or dancer, while remaining accessible enough for the beginner and adaptable enough to meet the needs of those with injuries or chronic pain.
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Our HomeBodies Personal Trainers are not only educated and personalized, they are "fitness ready" and can workout with you at any intensity.
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You may have been exercising over a period of time, but don’t feel any stronger or have any more energy than when you started.
A Personal Trainer will help you break through this “plateau.”
A Personal Trainer will make sure you are using proper form—essential to building strength and avoiding injury.
In addition, the body ceases to grow stronger if you do the same routine over and over again.
A Personal Trainer can continually introduce new exercises to challenge your body in different ways to increase strength and insure progress.
5. You’re Not Sure What You’re Doing and Want Some Supervision
Proper form is one of the most important aspects of exercise and the on-going supervision of a personal trainer will help you get the most from your workout while preventing injury.
How many people exercise but never progress because they aren’t exercising properly. How many people have attempted an exercise program from a book or video only to pull a muscle or get a serious injury. Your Personal Trainer will encourage you to work a little harder than you would on your own so you get the most for your exercise buck.
6. You’re Bored with Your Workout
A Personal Trainer can continually change your routine so you don’t get bored. A varied routine will also challenge your body in new ways that will increase your strength— progress is always a great motivator!
7. You Have a Hard Time Pushing Yourself
A Personal Trainer will ask you for just one more push up or just one more crunch—and “just one more” adds up to real growth when it comes to strength training.
It’s easy to fall into a malaise around your workout—you tend to exercise by rote and don’t have the will to push harder. Although you might not like it at the time, you’ll appreciate that little push from your Personal Trainer that results in the strong, lean body you desire.
8. You Want to Workout on Your Own, but Don’t Know How
You have the motivation to workout on your own, you just aren’t sure what to do. A Personal Trainer can develop a program you’ll be able to do on your own and make sure you’re doing the program properly before setting you free.
When you feel the need to move to the next level or become bored with the program, you can have your Personal Trainer develop a new program based on what you’ve learned about your body and your exercise preferences.
9. You have Special Needs, Health Issues or an Old Injury
Check with your doctor to be sure it’s okay to exercise. A Personal Trainer with the right education and experience can provide a safe exercise program even if you have heart disease, arthritis or other condition.
Personal Trainers learn how to work with injuries as part of their certification program and can teach you how to exercise around your old injury while preventing new ones from occurring. If you’re pregnant or just had a baby, there are Personal Trainers with pre- and post-natal certifications specifically designed to keep you and your baby safe and healthy.
10. You Want to Excel at an Upcoming Sporting Event
Even if you’re an experienced runner, golfer or tennis pro, you can benefit by working with a Personal Trainer. A Personal Trainer can observe your program and find your weak spots—then focus your training on these specific areas.
If the event is taking place some time in the future, a Personal Trainer can help map out a program to make sure you’re more than ready, that you’ll excel. There are Personal Trainers with expertise in just about every sport—find one that knows your sport inside and out and you’re on your way to the winner’s circle.
Contact HomeBodies today and get the results you want with a cusomized regular exercise program that fits into your lifestyle and concentrates the time you exercise with proper technique.
"I always tell people, the best exercises are the ones you will do. And the best diet is the one that you can stick to! HomeBodies Certified Personal Trainers will help you develop a healthy relationship with where you are, and where you want to be."
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This page was last updated: 7/15/2016
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