The problems with a typical fitness regime

The problems with a typical fitness regime:

  • Personal trainers typically have a limited amount of formal education

    • Exercise Physiologists have a University Degree in Exercise and Sport Science

  • Boot camps are on size-fits-all approach which typically lead to injury or not meeting goals

    • You will always have your individual program (created for your needs) and in a group no larger than 6 people.

  • Many Personal Trainers (if qualified) don’t survive the first year. The ones that do are usually great at sales.

    • You can’t afford to have someone inexperienced in your corner and unless you have unlimited funds, you probably can’t afford to keep being ‘sold to.’

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