Before we start, I've watched frozen 3 times today and I'm typing this on my phone so please don't kick off if an apostrophe is out of place.
Right then, PERSONAL TRAINERS, are we good or bad? Value for money? Worth the investment? Well the answer is good and bad, yes and no.
Nevermind us PT's going on about certain clients being a pain or unmotivated etc, some PT's I've seen are basically fraudsters. I've been on many courses, functions erg where fellow PT's turn up and they just have the personality of a wet potato. It's fine if you're knowledgable and in good shape (not all PT's are in shape, that's a different story), but without a personality you are nothing in the fitness world. Bottom line is we are basically salesmen and women. Have you ever been approached by a miserable arse sales person and bought anything from them?
Far to many PT's these days are interested in themselves and not their clients which is complete bullshit, clients should be 100% number 1 priority. How many PT's do u see on facebook or twitter with their tops off pretending they can't see the camera that's a yard in front of them?
From a personal point of view I've invested £1000's in my education and furthering myself to give my clients a better service. My focus is always 100% on my clients. I massively can't stand these self obsessed idiots calling themselves PT's because they wear a vest and go on the sunbed for 10mins.
These days you can get a or certificate online for a tenner, it doesn't make you a PT. As a client you should always ask questions about your PT's experience and qualifications.
That wasn't so bad was it? If you have any questions please just message me @targetzonept or firstname.lastname@example.org