If you have specific fitness or performance goals, personal training could be an excellent fit. Here are a few goals that personal training helps you achieve:
1. Sport-Specific Training
Personal trainers can help prepare for a specific sport or activity. Besides the training you do on the field, court, or trails, you might be looking for supplemental training in the gym. If you’re not sure how to put together a sport-specific training program, a personal trainer can create a plan unique to your sport and individual strengths and weaknesses.
2. Event-Specific Training
Personal trainers can also help you prepare for a specific event. Suppose you’re signed up for a triathlon, marathon, 5K, or other endurance adventure. In that case, a personal trainer can make sure you prepare your body for the challenge. Again, if you’re not sure exactly how to train for your event, you’ll get knowledgeable guidance and personalized programming.
3. Mastering a Skill
If you’re not interested in training for a specific sport or event, you might take your personal training sessions in a different direction. Many people have a particular skill or movement that they’d really like to master, but it hasn’t happened yet. Do you have your first muscle-up in your sights? Or maybe it’s double unders, handstand pushups, or one of the Olympic lifts. Working with a personal trainer on a specific movement can help you finally master that skill.
4. Fitness or Performance Goal
Your fitness or performance goals might be more general than one specific skill. And your unique fitness goal could require some one-on-one attention to get results. Where a group class is more general, personal training includes tailored workouts and training sessions that will bring you closer to achieving your goals.
To learn more about the programs we’re currently offering at Cannon Fitness and Performance, contact us today.