A question that pops up often is: Should I work with a personal trainer?
Let me help bring some clarity to the question - if you do one (or more) of the following, seeking help would most definitely benefit you:
- You run to the cardio machines because lifting weights is intimidating AF.
- You think you should focus on cardio before you start lifting weights because you want to lose body fat.
- You are lifting, but your routine consists primarily of isolation movements and using the machines.
- You think eating healthy means only eating salads, chicken, broccoli and sweet potatoes.
- You are being consistent, but the results aren’t following or you hit a plateau.
- You struggle to hold yourself accountable.
Doing things on your own often leads to confusion, frustration, and giving up and I don’t want this for you.
You don’t have to figure it out on your own.
The fastest way to reach your goal is to hire a mentor who already knows how to get you there. If someone already figured it out and has the proven strategy you need to make a break through, why wouldn’t you ask them for help? It’d be kinda silly not to.
One of the best things I did to become a better trainer, and accelerate my business was shadowing, hiring and taking advice from the best of the best.
It kept me from experiencing all the grief and confusion I often went through when I was trying to do it on my own.
It gave me the clarity and the direction that I desperately needed.
It provided me with accountability. It’s nice to have someone there to give you a little nudge and remind you to take action.
And last but not least, it saved me a lot of fucking time. I achieved my goals way faster than I would have if I did it on my own.
Ask for help and invest in yourself. It’s probably one of the smartest things you’ll do.
Save yourself the time and energy. Someone already has the step by step formula for you. Invest in yourself, baby. You’re worth it.
With all that said, if you want to save yourself the time, grief, and frustration and you're ready to take action... I want to invite you to join EmpowerHer Coaching.