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  • foongpc // Oct 29, 2009 at 2:55 AM

    I think it’s good for a beginner to hire a personal trainer for a short period of time. After that, it’s really not necessary unless like you said, you need motivation or change of routines.

  • Yin Teing // Oct 30, 2009 at 9:26 AM

    For exercise, I don’t have problem with motivation but I only don’t know how. Conflicting information provided in magazines made it difficult for me to know what works and what doesn’t. In the end, I enrolled for a certified personal trainer course- not to be a PT for but knowledge. The price is less than 30 PT sessions that gives me a recognized certification. The take home knowledge lasts me for a lifetime. It’s an investment I’ve never regretted. It’s given me the foundation, so I can almost differenciate the facts from fads and I am able to identify my own goals and plan my programs. But for those who have issues with exercise motivation, getting a PT would be good but one have to ask- what happens after the PT sessions are over? The motivation to be fit and healthy has to come from within.

  • Jeremy // Oct 30, 2009 at 12:11 PM

    PT are recommended for beginners only and maybe some intermediate or advanced athletes who are looking for something different. Not for me though lol.

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