Ben Clarke Training
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The answer is simple. To improve yourself.
Having a trainer provides accountability that you may lack in your own training. A professional coach is then able to construct a suitable training program with constant guidance around food adherence to reach the desired goal.
The importance in training is in adherence and execution; both with exercise and nutrition. With my help I will highlight what is needed to change your own program, nutritional habits and change the way you feel about exercise.
Personal Training is not about putting people through gruelling workouts and complicated unhelpful ‘diet plans’. It is a tool to be used to educate and help people change their lifestyle for the better.
A great trainer can show and execute to you a specific tailored approach that is realistic and attainable. Having a trainer will keep you from plateauing, as there will always be progression throughout your workout and training plan, this will allow you to grow your repertoire of exercises and further your knowledge of training by showing you different variations of exercises to keep up progress.
Having a trainer enables you to have an objective view upon your training. We all have areas we’d like to work on, but also there will be a need to work on things such as mobility, body mechanics or strength. With my knowledge and practical application over 7 years I can teach you how to enjoy the gym, make progress and keep adherence with it. With the skills I possess I can not only tell you realistically what to expect with each workout, but also how to optimise each session.
If you are serious about changing, I am serious about training and changing people. Each individual goal maybe different, but the outcome and input should always be the same. You need to commit to something to produce something great.