Best Practice Personal Training’s 7 Step Process
So let me explain this infographic a little.
It summarises all that we are and all that we do and quite frankly, the reason we exist. Check out number 7. I have always been a big believer in a holistic approach to personal training, so making sure we cover all bases including how we eat, sleep, move….think. Even when I first started in the fitness industry back in 1990 I knew personal trainers were more than just drill sergeants shouting at people to work harder. I always saw that as a very simplistic and universally unappealing (at least to the non-exercising public) way to present a solution to people who want to just feel better. So just for the record yeah, I never did the shouting thing.
Whilst it is true that everyone is different in what they respond to, the overwhelming majority of would-be lifetime exercisers want to be treated with respect and met where they are at and encouraged to where they want to go. It doesn’t matter if the trainer or coach was some kind of fitness legend, it doesn’t mean that the client wants to be that. Right? At Best Practice Personal Training, that is one of our key understandings. Most people just want to be a little bit better and how far that want to take that is something that they may not even know when they start the journey. The important thing is to simply start because you don’t know where you might end up!