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SP_COACH_DENISE Posts: 40,445
6/23/14 3:11 P

This article offers some tips on choosing a personal trainer that you may find helpful: www.sparkpeople.com/resource/fitness_artic
les.asp?id=895
. Also, you can try searching on this page to see if there are any reviews for personal trainers in your area that are partnered with IDEA: sparkpeople.ideafit.com/ .

Coach Denise

MRSBENNETT2 Posts: 1,621
6/22/14 11:04 P

Maybe try a recommendation from a physiotherapist or exersise therapist/occupational therapist? They might have a better idea about a good trainer, rather than your standard walk-in gym. (In my personal experience, I had an initial first trainer who was fabulous....then the gym switched me over to one of the standard trainers and he was a dud.)

Edited by: MRSBENNETT2 at: 6/22/2014 (23:04)
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6/22/14 10:39 P

Obese women are not a special case, every personal trainer who is any good can train you just fine.

However, personal trainers in general are very hit and miss, many are great and many are a total waste of money.

If you want a personal trainer try to find one that comes with a recommendation or several references.

MOMMY_M Posts: 4
6/22/14 9:12 P

I am looking for a personal trainer who specializes in obese women. Is there some professional organization I can contact to find someone in my area?

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