How do I choose a personal trainer?
Before enlisting the help of a trainer, make sure he is certified by a well-known organization such as the American Council of Exercise (ACE). Because of such certifications you can be guaranteed that your trainer knows his business because he went through a stringent certification process and has proven his knowledge in exercise science and in creating training programs. After all you wouldn’t go to an unlicensed doctor would you? Check his rates as well, see if your schedule lines up, and ask for references so you can verify how experienced he is in his line of work. A trainer may have certification, but nothing beats real world experience especially in prescribing programs and diet plans.
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