Is it possible to have personal training at home? Yes, indeed, it is. If you’re flexible on what equipment you have available to use, working with a trainer away from a gym is certain possible.
Several personal trainers around me are offering at-home services. One of the trainers said he is only meeting with clients outside, whether in your yard or at a park. I think with many gyms having been closed and then opening with limited services, there’s a great opportunity for trainers to expand where they conduct training sessions.
Personal Training at Home
I had an at-home personal training session recently. The trainer brought some dumbbells and resistance bands. That, coupled with some body weight exercises, made for a great workout. I worked up a sweat, that’s for sure. I think I may have to add a fan to my workout room.
My workout focused on the whole body. Getting back into working out means I’m not back to the point of having multiple sessions targeting different parts of the body.
I did some squats, lunges, mountain climbers, biceps curls, shoulder presses, and we slipped a few push ups in there. It’s been ages since I’ve done push ups. I’m glad I only had to do a few.
A solid half hour of working out was a treat. It felt good to be getting back into the routine.
Who knows how long we’ll be dealing with a pandemic? I sure don’t. I can’t keep waiting around for things to return to “normal” because that may never happen. Or, if it does, it could take a while. I need to keep working out and I know that I prefer to use a trainer. I’m not sure what it says about my personality but I do a lot more when I have a trainer to tell me what to do.
I’ll probably end up using a trainer at the gym again now that I’ve returned there for now. I’m sort of working between both worlds right now, trying to make the best of everything right now.
What are you doing to keep becoming fit and strong? Please share your thoughts with me.