We all know that a good training session will leave us feeling like we have achieved something, having a personal trainer can always help you to achieve a greater result, there are things which should be taken into consideration when choosing what level of exercise to do and how often to do it.
Who should I train with or ask for advice? – It is always good to train with someone you are comfortable with, a friend of the same physical ability can be good for you both as this will encourage you to achieve more and push each other into a routine. Make sure you are able to keep up with each other and comfortable to stay at a similar level, this will avoid injury and overdoing it!
What should I do in my routines? – Depending on what you want to achieve from your training, be it an increase in speed, physical building, more agility or simply to increase your fitness levels through cardio vascular workouts, it is important to set yourself an achievable routine that you are physically able to do. Seek advice, personal trainers are on hand to help you put together an achievable set of goals and ensure you are able to do this. Do not be afraid to ask for help, personal trainers would rather give you good advice that see you hate your workout!
Where is the best place to train? – You can train wherever you want or feel comfortable, simple running training can be done on the street, a park or on an indoor track, resistance training can be done on an open field or gym and more specific, targeted training can be done at professional, private gym’s like The Fitness Rooms in Harrogate, this ensures you are using the right equipment for the training you are doing. A personal trainer will work with you and put a routine together that suits you and your timetable, if you can only meet for half an hour over your work lunch, this can be arranged!
When should I train? – It is up to you how often you want to train, but it is important not to overdo it, your body needs time to regenerate and adapt to the increase in activity. If you do weights every day then you can do injury and staging your routines, increasing from light workouts through to heavy ones over a few months will benefit you more. Remember, not many people can run a marathon after only a week’s training, it takes dedication and patience, the end result will be worth the effort! Seek advice and work on a routine that suits what you are trying to do, stick to it and be patient, train with a friend and encourage each other.
Why should I train? – The simple fact is, you don’t have to if you don’t want to! However if you see the benefits that will be the end result, why not? Training can be in many forms, weight lifting, running, circuits and many more, each with its own unique outcome for your body. A personal trainer can put a routine together to target what you want to achieve, if you want to increase your speed, resistance training using parachutes will help, to increase agility, reaction exercise routines can be put together, if you are looking for fat loss, a targeted cardio vascular workout will see results. You get out what you put in, if you want to achieve, you can.
If you want any advice, a consultation or simply to see what The Fitness Rooms can do for you, get in touch with one of the Harrogate based personal trainers using the private personal training gym at The White Hart and they will be happy to meet and discuss your needs.
The Fitness Rooms
The Fitness Rooms
The Fitness Rooms at The White Hart opened on the 1st June. The Private, Personal Gym is used by some of the top Personal Trainers in Harrogate, each with their own special techniques and fitness schemes, have a look at their profiles, the space itself and check back regularly to keep up with our latest news.
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