Not oh boy, here we go again, off to the sweaty crowded downtown gym straight after work when your body’s already tired and your muscles are aching. Did it ever occur to you that because your muscles are aching at this time are because you might be overdoing it or doing something quite wrong on the gym apparatus at your downtown sweaty and crowded gym?
But oh yes please, I never need to go to another downtown sweaty and crowded gym ever again. Well, that first needs to depend on your personal trainer. You’ll be going straight from your Laptop to the Gym with your online Personal Trainer. Or you’ll be going straight to the clean fresh air and your nearby park.
That all depends on your first online consultation with your new personal trainer. Many will be choosing this route because it is easier on your pocket. You can be half way around the world and your personal trainer can still meet you half way. The logistical nightmares of winding your way through sweaty, crowded gyms may be a thing of the past for you. That just depends on what exercise schedule has been suggested for you.
In a majority of cases, you will find that this is the case. Most specialist personal trainers seem to agree that free weights are far more effective than weight training on gym apparatus. A personalized exercise schedule may also leave you with very little time for the gym in any case. That’s because the schedule takes on a balanced look. The online personal trainer that you may never see in the flesh is concerned about keeping you interested and motivated in your work.
One rigid workout day in and day out could easily bore you. Also, it isn’t advisable, seeing that all muscle groups need their share of development. Of course, special emphasis will be placed on areas of the body that have been in a poor physical state for far too long. So, if you have picked up a lot of weight around the midriff you could expect to look forward to more stomach crunches. But if you enjoy the fresh air then you are in for a treat. You did not need your trainer to tell you that a walk will always do you good. Or if not a walk, a run.