Me being me I know that if someone isn't beating me, I would never work out ... never. I know me and no amount of motivation will have me working out at home. In comes the personal trainer. Is it expensive, sure not OMG expensive but enough. I've been working out with PT for probably 3 years and, for me, it is worth it.
I've had two PTs a man and a woman, both excellent. The guy worked me, built strength and stamina. The woman gave me a woman's body slim and lean - like a dancer. I had surgery this year and was working with the guy trainer at that time and had to stop while recouperating.
Once I received the OK to start working out again, I thought did I want the male trainer or return to the woman? The woman won out because in my opinion a woman knows what parts of our body needs to be trained to achieve a woman's sleek body. I've been training with her again for 4 weeks and am so glad I chose her to retune my woman's body. There is a difference between a male and female trainer and how they approach working a woman's body. I'm sure many folks would disagree, but this is what I believe is best for me.
Have I "broken up" with the male trainer ... not officially, but I cannot afford to have two PTs. It will be a difficult conversation because I consider him a friend and he gave me good strength and stamina with his workouts. Arghhh
- 5/19/2015 1:37:29 PM