Personal training is no longer considered a luxury for the rich or famous. Regular people from different backgrounds, experiences, and economic status can all benefit from using a certified personal trainer.
Some of the reasons a personal trainer may be right for you are:
Improve technical skills
Learn new concepts and training
i.e. TRX Suspension Training or the proper way to use Kettlebells...
Workout in your home
Gain the knowledge and confidence to workout on your own
Some of the benefits of working with Rob Friedt Personal Fitness
Your specific physical activity and wellness needs will be addressed by providing a safe and effective exercise plan based on your needs, abilities, and goals.
You will be encouraged and motivated in fun and positive experiences.
You will receive an individual fitness assessment and a specific exercise plan, with ongoing progressions once proper competencies have been achieved.
You will receive general advice on injuries or discomforts related to exercise, and the prevention of injuries. (Injuries must be diagnosed by qualified medical professionals.)
You will receive generalized advice on nutrition based on Canada's Food Guide. (Qualified nutrition professionals should be consulted for specific advice on diet and supplements.)
A balanced lifestyle is promoted by encouraging the benefits of regular physical activity combined with a healthy diet.
"As a certified personal trainer and group fitness instructor, I am passionate about what I do.
I will give you the personal attention to keep you motivated and working towards achieving your goals - in a safe, efficient, and effective manner.
I will work with your schedule and preferences to coordinate training sessions.
I will ensure that we have a mutual understanding of the process, as well as a level of trust and respect.
I will abide by the code of ethics and mandates of the organizations of which I'm certified with.
And, although I take my role seriously, I also believe that you need to have fun and enjoy your training. You may not always be smiling during the workout, but you should be smiling after!"
- Rob Friedt, CPT, PTS