HIRE A PERSONAL TRAINER LAS VEGAS | SUMMERLIN | WESTSIDE
It’s never been easier to hire a personal trainer, but is it to easy? Everywhere you turn there is a personal trainer claiming to take care of all your fitness or weight loss needs. Most of them are in there early 20’s and found out that personal trainers can charge fees ranging from 40.00 -100.00 per hour. These new to the industry trainers decided one day that they workout and know what their doing, “in their own mind” so they can make a killing being a trainer.
BENEFITS FROM WORKING OUT WITH A PERSONAL TRAINER
Results Expected when following a Personal Trainiing Regimen Strength and muscle gains Weight loss if desired Lose Body Fat Increase physical fitness abilities Feel and look better overall Trim waist hips and thighs Strengthen bones and muscle tissue Build cardiovascular system Develop good eating habits Increase daily energy levels Relieve stressEmail Questions
The problem is that most of them cannot find a job or just don’t want one, so they decided to become what is a purist of a trainers PASSION and not just a job.
For someone like myself who has been training people in gyms before trainers existed, is that the wannabe trainer is trying to capitalize on what people with a passion for their work and years of experience are destroying the credibility of the purist trainer.
Hiring a trainer who is in their 20’s and pumped up has absolutely nothing to do with knowledge, designing a fitness program custom tailored to each individuals specific needs, meal planning and results along with most importantly “SAFETY”.
I have heard of more horror stories from average people that have just entered the fitness world in an attempt to improve their health and get in shape were robbed of their money after 2 sessions the trainer disappeared after paying for 36 sessions and receiving two. After the two sessions the trainer disappeared and never answered their phone. The client then goes to the gym owner in an attempt to get a refund only to find out that their trainer did not work for the gym and was an independent trainer. The client was then reminded of the waiver they signed from the gym that they hired the trainer on their own and the gym is not responsible for the independent contract personal trainer. In many cases the trainer was recommended to the client by a friend or family member and was brought to the gym by the trainer.