This article has been shaped by what the legendary Dave Tate said a few years back, though the exact words I can’t recall, as well as my own personal experience over the last 10 plus years. Ill also preface it by saying there’s no bias, as I don’t currently personally train people. Also, I won’t refer to a Personal Trainer as a “PT”, as in other countries besides Australia, PT is an acronym for “Physical Therapist”, very similar to physiotherapists and nothing like personal trainers.
You know what questions personal trainers never get asked? “Can I see your qualifications?”. Try it for yourself. Ask any personal trainer you know, if any of their clients have ever actually asked them. I know I’m guilty of walking into a Doctors clinic and just assume they’re Doctors because they’re at a clinic and they’re sitting in the Doctors chair (Not suggesting you should ask every GP to see their credentials but never assume a fit looking person actually knows what they’re talking about).
So the first step to finding a great personal trainer is:… Continue Reading