Clarke’s back, and he’s trying personal training! Here at CORE, our number one priority is enabling people to reach their optimal health through our community of integrative wellness. Clarke’s journey, which began with a foot injury, has resulted in an overall well-being overhaul with a multi-service approach!
Arguably, the rolled ankle was a blessing in disguise, as Clarke says he feels better, can do more, and is stronger from his sessions at CORE. We’re super excited about Clarke’s improvements and recovery and can’t wait to continue to watch his amazing recovery and integrative health journey which we’ll keep bringing to you in this series!
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How Personal Training Can Help with Injuries
Some might think that injuries need lots of medication or to be rested for very long periods of time, but Personal Training can help recover injuries faster and effectively to prevent future injuries. As a great side effect, it also helps to improve physical fitness overall to alleviate strain on the joints in the future. Some people use Personal Training to help build the kind of muscle they want for purely aesthetic reasons and that’s a great goal as long as there’s always an eye to the future about not overworking joints.
Personal Training is one of the most beneficial ways to make ourselves healthy and keep a great quality of life.
Here are some benefits of Personal Training:
- Personal Training can help you to develop and maintain a healthy life.
Some people nowadays focus on their body’s muscles as a way to look good only. Taking to Gyms, Crossfit, Boot Camps, etc. Any type of exercise is essential for the body, not only improving physical fitness but for mental health as well. However, it takes time and effort to gain that specific output you want, especially without injury. Personal trainers study the body and its kinetic mechanics to ensure your time spent working out is the most efficient and safe.
- Personal training allows you to see improvements more quickly. Most people, if left to their own ways, would spend thirty minutes wandering about a weight room, changing their music 40 times, sending a few DMs, and then calling it a day after a couple of exercises. That’s fine; it’s natural to become sidetracked and lose motivation unless you have a structure in place to keep you on track. When you work with a personal trainer, on the other hand, that trainer is responsible for making sure you get the most out of your gym time. They’ll schedule sessions so customers do the proper exercises on the right equipment, and they’ll switch up programs so clients get the most bang for their buck in the quickest amount of time. Personal trainers also know what exercises to undertake when the goal is to improve body composition by reducing body fat and increasing muscle mass.
- Personal training focuses on the prevention of injuries. Working with a personal trainer is one of the most effective strategies to avoid injury and maintain fitness in the gym. A personal trainer can help protect your joints, muscles, and spine from damage by encouraging perfect technique (and correcting it in real-time when it’s not). You can’t see your body from all angles and where there is dysfunction. This is especially important when you first start working out when there is a higher likelihood of injury.
- Personal training helps build the kind of muscle you want. Personal trainers have years of experience and can help you lose weight, gain muscle, and improve your general fitness. They’ll be able to make little adjustments to help you target muscles more efficiently and achieve results, whether you’re trying to bulk up or lean out. Working with heavyweights and fewer reps vs. light weights and more reps has a science to it, as does the scheduling of varying exercises, recuperation days, and working with different body areas for more individualized training advantages.
- Personal training can assist you in setting (and achieving) your objectives. Specific, quantifiable, realistic, relevant, and timely fitness goals are required. Working with a personal trainer, on the other hand, can assist you in achieving just that kind of goal. A personal trainer can help you set realistic goals and build a plan to attain them based on your specific body composition and ambitions.
- 6. Personal training might help you get out of a slump. At some point, everyone gets stuck in a fitness rut, whether it’s the last five pounds that won’t budge or a sudden lack of drive to get out of there. Working with a personal trainer, on the other hand, ensures that you stay on track. You’re more likely to go to the gym instead of skipping that day’s workout because you’ve agreed to meet your trainer at a specified hour. Plus, trainers have the experience and background to come up with unique solutions to get you out of a rut and keep you moving forward.