Engaging your personal home/mobile fitness professional here in Singapore
is a Two-Way Traffic.
Much as you would like your trainer/coach to live up to your expectations,
likewise, your fitness provider would also harbor similar expectations of
In order NOT to be labeled as the next "Client From HELL" you would do
well to heed the following advice so as to justify your trainer's
commitment to you, and investment in you.
Below herewith are some considerations that you may want to ponder over BEFORE
contacting or engaging any Singapore Fitness Professional:
1. Learn To Respect Your
Fitness Professional is someone who has invested much of his/her life into
the study of Fitness Science, Nutritional Principles and other facets of
fitness learning and education. The least you could do for him/her is to
show some respect for that person's learning, knowledge and experience.
DON'T be one of those self-professed "Fitness Know-It-Alls" -
who have picked up fragments of fitness information from the Internet,
Youtube, off-the-rack 'men's' or 'women's' magazines, and basically from
God knows where - and then proceed to give your trainer/coach a HELL-Of-A-TIME by questioning
and dissecting EVERYTHING he or she does with you in your training
If you do that, you can be sure that you'll be OUT of a trainer in NO
time, and worse, your reputation as a "difficult" client will precede you
wherever you go!
2. Have Realistic Expectations
Your trainer/coach is NOT a miracle worker. If you're born with
BELOW-AVERAGE genetics, or have a very POOR foundation in fitness - there's only SO MUCH that your trainer/coach can
do for you!!!
Therefore, learn to be AT PEACE with yourself, and to have realistic
expectations of what you and your body can achieve. If you insist that you
can become the next Mr Universe or Miss Super Model - contrary to all
existing evidence and logic -
you'll be setting yourself up for BIG-TIME DISAPPOINTMENT!!!
3. Do Your Part!
Most fitness professionals are more than willing to dish out advice,
provide recommendations or even assign "home-work" or additional tasks for you to do
on your own, so as to help
you achieve your fitness goals - faster and more efficiently. However,
if you are the type who insist on ignoring your fitness provider's advice, and
with your own "Anti-Fitness" lifestyle, then you'll probably be
going to see MINIMAL - if ANY results at all; and you'll probably be
increasing the likelihood of running
into conflicts with your coach/instructor/trainer when he/she checks-in on
Please - do everyone a favour - just do YOUR
part and YOUR homework - and life would be so much easier for you as well as
for your fitness provider!
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