Personal training studios, one on one personal trainers and anything involving ‘PT’s’ is becoming more and more popular, educogym Canary Wharf, a personal training studio, explain why.
It’s January, almost everyone is trying to get in shape, go on a diet, lose weight, detox you name it. It is no surprise that gyms in January are swamped with new members, but what seems to be increasingly growing in popularity is personal training. “Many people, especially those signing up to a gym in January as a resolution will quit before the month is over, pay for a membership they won’t use and will just end up back where they started or worse, however a personal training studio like educogym Canary Wharf is more advertising to those that are serious about getting results as it creates accountability, to have someone keeping you on track, focusing on your goals and working alongside you every step, every pound of fat lost, it’s a great motivator to keep people consistent and reaching their fat loss goals” explained Godfrey Nurse, senior personal trainer at educogym Canary Wharf.
“I also think that having a personal trainer not only keeps you accountable and focused, but gets you much better results, you can go to a gym for two hours and not even come close to what we can achieve at educogym Canary Wharf in 20 minutes, you cannot push yourself as hard, even if you can you won’t, your intensity will be slower alone, and you wont be able to target exact muscle groups to perfection on your own, even a personal trainer couldn’t push themselves as hard alone compared to if someone was training them” continued Godfrey Nurse, personal trainer at educogym Canary Wharf.
The perks and benefits are clear, but to most people, it is expensive to have a personal trainer, so taking this into consideration, how are PT’s growing in popularity when they do come at a cost? “Think about it this way, you go out for dinner or drinks 3 times a week, you spend £350 a month on food shopping full of snacks and crisps, fizzy drinks, three pound meal deals or a £15 pound lunch in Pret, take aways and all sorts of spending on unhealthy things, if you reduced all of that to a good healthy food shop from Asda twice a month you are already saving a huge amount of money. But regardless of the day to day savings, a personal trainer is a serious investment into you. Its an investment into your health, your life, your body and your future. The same as if someone really wants a new car, their bank balance may not say they can afford it, but if they really want that car they manage to save and next thing you know they have the car they wanted without even having to worry about financing it. Its about priorities, goals, and most importantly, health” confirmed Orlstyne Wilson, educogym Canary Wharf personal trainer. “In Canary Wharf, a monthly membership is around one hundred pounds a month, that’s £1200 a year, to go in and try to train yourself to an image you want,that unless you know what you are doing, you wont reach in a year, that £1200 can buy you a lot of time with a personal trainer, one on one, getting real results with great nutrition plans in place, maximising your money into real, guaranteed results like those at educogym Canary Wharf, so its really not a matter of being more expensive, it’s the same price you just get results faster” said Godfrey Nurse, personal trainer at educogym Canary Wharf.
So it seems the answer is there, save up, or invest, and spend your money wisely on someone that will guarantee you results, in a shorter space of time with a personal trainer. Gyms are still great for overall health and fitness, but for the body of your dreams educogym Canary Wharf seem to be the place to be.