Personal Training – Springfield, MO
Git Fit Headquarters in Springfield, MO offers personal training programs designed to help you reach your goals, whether they are about weight loss, strength gains, balance, daily mobility, athletic performance, flexibility, or simply quality of life improvements. Hiring a personal trainer provides the best opportunities to improve one’s health, appearance and self-esteem through a safe and effective regimen.
Git Fit Headquarters is for personal training ONLY. There are no general memberships, so you and your trainer won’t be waiting to get on a machine behind the person that is grunting and spitting and showing terrible technique.
Our state-of-the-art facility and personal training programs are tailored to improve your health, strength, tone, flexibility and endurance.
Call 417-886-6387 now to schedule your free consultation.
A personal trainer provides certain benefits that you can’t find when working out on your own. Here are some reasons a personal trainer may be right for you.
Probably the greatest benefit from a personal trainer is that they can provide structure and accountability, and help you develop a lifestyle that encourages health. They can help with motivating and encouraging you to stick with a consistent exercise program.
If you have any health conditions, injuries or training goals (running a marathon, for example) a personal trainer will work with you (and your health care provider – see “Beyond Therapy“) to plan a safe and effective program that enables you to reach your health & fitness goals.
This is one of our success stories!
A lot of people hire personal trainers to lose weight and get into shape because it works. If you want to lose the fat and build the muscle, a trainer can develop a plan and keep you motivated to help you realize that goal.
Personal Trainers help you focus on results and stop wasting time doing inefficient workouts. A personal trainer can develop an individualized plan to help you get maximum results in minimum time.
Accidents do happen occasionally, in my 17 years of training, I recall at one time that a lady had an injurious type of strain. If you have a good trainer, you shouldn’t get hurt and there is NO need to be so sore that you can’t sit down on the toilet for 3 days! There’s lack of knowledge and perhaps an ego issue if a trainer feels the need to make a client that sore.
Break the plateau
If you’re stuck and can’t seem to make the strength, flexibility or endurance gains you’re looking for, a personal trainer is the perfect solution. A personal trainer can pinpoint areas for improvement and develop a plan for solid gains.
HOW TO FIND A GREAT PERSONAL TRAINER
Good questions to ask when looking for a trainer: How long have you been training? Is this your full time job? How many hours do you train each week? What’s the longest time that you’ve worked with one client? Don’t skip the process of filtering your prospects; it’ll save you a lot of time and money if you make an educated decision in choosing a personal trainer before you start.