HELP & FAQ

Hiring a personal trainer

Hiring a personal trainer can help you get the results you've always wanted. From expert coaching and advice to motivation and workouts, a PT is there to support and help you achieve your goals. We've put together a short but handy guide on finding a perfect personal trainer at easyGym. 

Your Goals

Not everyone is the same. That goes for you and your PT. Some people may want to lose fat, while others build size or improve posture and flexibility. Figure out what your goals are and look for a personal trainer that has the most suitable approach and experience.

Cost/Budget

Personal Training sessions vary in price so make sure you find one that you can comfortably afford. Results don't come overnight so it's wise to set a weekly or monthly budget. If finances are tight you could ask about deals or encourage a friend to share the session. 

Schedules

There's no point hiring a trainer that only works hours that aren't flexible around your lifestyle. Make sure the PT can work around you and on your terms. Make sure they can accommodate regular sessions and are reliable and punctual.  

Expertise/Education

All PT's at easyGym are professionally trained and qualified (REPs Level 3) with a minimum of 2 years’ experience. Many PT's will have done further training on certain topics such as nutrition and more so look at their credentials and choose a PT with the most relevant experience and education. 

Rapport

A PT will put you through your paces, occasionally pushing you to your limit, and you're likely to be with them on a regular basis. That's why it's super important that you get on well. If you don't gel then it might affect your commitment and motivation.

Results

You hired a PT to get results so if you're getting great results then keep going! If you're not getting the results you hoped for and you think it might be because of the programme then you should either raise it or try someone else. 

Where do I start?

Now you've done your homework you can read individual bios for each PT inside the Member Zone and on the posters at the gym. Alternatively speak to a member of staff and they can put you in the right direction. Good luck!

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