Do you need a personal trainer beyond attending our amazing morning boot camps? If yes, below is a simple guide you can follow to find someone that will help you take your fitness and physique to the next level.
When most people try to find a personal trainer, they only think there is one way, but in reality there are multiple ways to find someone you will click with, and who will help you get the results that you seek.
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Meet and Greet
One great way to start your search for a personal trainer is to drive around your area and see where the health and fitness clubs are located. More likely than not, there are personal trainers on staff that work at each location.
As you walk into the gym/club, ask the people at the front desk that you are interested in becoming a member, and would like to meet a couple of the personal trainers to inquire about some training packages they have available.
By taking this approach, you will be leveraging your ability to meet someone face to face before signing up for any training sessions.
As the person you are assigned to gives you a tour of the gym, and explains the various options that you have to sign up, it allows you to get the best “read” of the potential trainer on staff.
The key here is to trust your gut no matter what. If it doesn’t feel like a fit, ask to meet other trainers who work there.
Attend Networking Groups
Another great way to find a trainer is to attend a local networking group. You can find them on meetup.com, or through the BNI network. Another effective way to find groups is to ask a friend if they know of any good networking groups in the area.
Most of the time, you will find personal trainers that attend those meetings are there because they are looking for new clients. This is also another great way to meet face to face in a non-threatening environment.
This type of interaction with trainers, opens the door to having them invite you to the gym where they are to get the full experience they have to offer. If the initial meeting at the networking group doesn’t go well, there is absolutely no pressure at all!
Ask A Friend
One of the most comfortable ways for someone to find a personal trainer is to ask their friend for a recommendation. Ideally you want to make sure your friend is seeing the trainer too vs just “knowing someone.” If your friend isn’t working out with them, it is hard for them to know how they treat new and current clients.
When you ask your friend who their trainer is, and because you already have a trustworthy relationship with them, there is a high likelihood that the person they refer you to will be the right fit for you.
Search Online for a NJ Personal Trainer
If all else fails, the final way to find a personal trainer is to use Google. If you are interested in going with this approach, go to google.com and type in “personal trainer (your city)” and click search.
Scroll through what you find and reach out to the person(s) that you resonate with the most.
Ask to meet them in person and go over what they can provide you if you choose to go with them.
Or…Make it Easy on Yourself and Just Hire Us!
If you don’t want to jump through all the hoops above to find the best personal trainer, and you are impressed with my morning boot camps, or other information on this blog, you may want to consider hiring me as your personal trainer to help you reach your fitness goals in the gym!
With many years of experience in the fitness industry and with countless testimonials from satisfied clients, I am confident that I will be able to help you reach your dreams and goals no matter where you are starting out at. Contact me here and I will let you know about the next steps!