Finding Fitness After Lockdown

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Many people around the world are finding themselves struggling to get back into their daily routine of working out after the lockdown restrictions from COVID are being lifted. Social media has lots of memes about the “covid-10” or “covid-stone” however as we tentatively emerge from restrictions there is never a better time to look after yourself and work on your health and fitness.  But when it comes down to it, why put that amount of pressure on yourself to handle all alone?

Finding Fitness After Lockdown

In a world where we have access to almost anything that we want or need, it just makes sense to reach out and find a local personal trainer that can help you shed the pounds. Using home weights such as a dumbell set is also a popular option for many of our customers. Weights set are very versatile can do pretty much whole body exercise, plus saves time and money going back to the gym.

From a 5-pound weight loss goal to a 40-pound weight loss goal, there are personal trainers that specialise in helping you shed the weight quickly and in a healthy manner as well. For me, its not just about the weight, its the physical and mental health considerations that are equally as good. Some really simple first steps that have worked for me include switching my morning coffee to a healthier alternative. Given the current global situation immune boosting teas such as mushroom tea have become really popular.

If you’re on the fence about whether or not a personal trainer is right for you, here are some great benefits to consider.

It is possible to get into the best shape of your life with the help of a personal trainer. The sooner you start, the sooner you’ll reach your fitness goals. Best of all you just never know what unintended benefits which might arise for example you might even decide yourself to use your new found love of fitness to train others. There are lots of great courses on  how to become a personal trainer to enable you to reach your goal.

You don’t necessarily have to be a personal trainer to enter the fitness industry, there are many other avenues such as yoga, Pilates, exercise to music just to name a few. Once you have completed your yoga teacher training and your fully qualified, the world is your oyster. You can work online, run classes and if there are any future lockdowns, you will be able to teach from the comfort of your own home.

  • Personal Trainers know the best workouts that are effective

This is literally their jobs. They know what it takes to get your body toned and the weight to start falling off. In fact, using a personal trainer will not only get you there faster, but it will help you find a workout and a rhythm that works for your body as well. Their programmes can be tailored to meet your specific needs and fitness or health goals.

  • Using a personal trainer helps you not have to think


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What a huge perk! Having someone set up your workout, tell you what to eat, and basically give you the blueprint for success sounds pretty amazing, right? This is what a personal trainer can do! Not only can they help guide you and find ways to get on track easily but they’ll be with you during the journey in case you have further questions or need assistance as well. In terms of costs of a personal trainer that can vary from on average £30 – £60 per hour.  You are paying for their dedicated expertise, one on one service and a programme tailored to your needs. Money well spent in my view. I utilised the service of a personal trainer prior to my wedding a number of years back and I can honestly say it was the best money I spent. I still to this day use the tips and learnings from those sessions and apply them to my own routines now.

If you’re ready to drop the weight and find yourself getting into a good plan for fitness, enlist the help of a personal trainer now. There has never been a better time to shed the COVID-19 pounds and start working out with a personal trainer today! And who know maybe even finding love after lockdown could be on the cards too for some!

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