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Tips for Choosing a Physical Fitness Consultant or Trainer
If you are motivated to begin a fitness routine with a consultant or trainer, it is important not to waste your time or energy with someone that does not meet your expectations. Consider the following important tips when beginning your search for a personal trainer:

Tip #1: Check for certification and experience.
All personal trainers should hold a national certification with the National Commission for Certifying Agencies, or NCCA. This will ensure that your trainer has been thoroughly trained and tested on the skills required to provide you with a safe and effective workout. While college education is not always required for personal trainer certification, it is certainly desirable. Additionally, an experienced trainer will be more in tune with how to work with you and your body type to reach your desired results. If he or she has a specialty, that is yet another thing to keep in mind. For example, if you have a previous injury, working with someone with a physical therapy background can be very beneficial.

Tip #2: Meet with the trainer.
Before you agree to hire a physical trainer, you should both speak with him or her on the phone and then meet in person for an orientation. Working through a, typically free, training session will give you a sense of how well you think you may be able to work with that individual and his or her personality type.

Tip #3: Keep rates in mind.
Ask the trainer about his or her rates and program offerings. Someone that is more expensive may also be willing to work with you at your home or even at more unconventional workout sites.

 
President's Council On Fitness,Sports & Nutrition
Washington, DC 20201
Advisory committee of volunteer citizens who advise the President through the Secretary of Health and Human Services about physical activity, fitness, and sports in America.
 
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Thrive Body Balance
9610 Sw Sunshine Ct, Ste. 400, Beaverton, OR 97005
Offering personal training services for sports, rehabilitation, overall fitness and health! Weight loss, rehab, diabetes management, are all available specializations for your training packages.
(503) 730-3038
9Round Kickboxing Fitness in Portland, OR
906 Nw 14th Avenue, Portland, OR 97209
Now open in Pearl District at the corner of NW 14th Avenue and Kearny Street! At 9Round PDX Fitness, we train and tone your whole body with our unique circuit workout protocol incorporating (kick).
(503) 477-8525
Pilates On Broadway
2915 N.e. Broadway, Suite A, Portland, OR 97232
Dallas Fitness Trainers. Pilates on Broadway, a movement studio offer's private lessons, one to one training, small group mat classes and more! Dallas Physical Fitness Consultants.
(503) 282-5140
Franco Athletic and Sports Training
13780 Sw Galbreath Dr Ste D, Sherwood, OR 97140
(503) 822-5029
Northwest Core Balance
8625 Sw Tualatin Rd, Tualatin, OR 97062
(503) 922-1104
Blissful Energy Yoga Center
11515 Sw Durham Rd Ste E7, Portland, OR 97224
(503) 970-7373
Xtend Barre Beaverton
12305 Sw Horizon Blvd Ste 15, Beaverton, OR 97007
(503) 610-3214
Twist Sport Conditioning Center
11015 Sw Capitol Hwy, Portland, OR 97219
(503) 719-6228
Portland Marathon
1202 Sw 19th Ave, Portland, OR 97205
(503) 274-4267
Fulcrum Fitness - Sellwood
8524 Se 17th Ave, Portland, OR 97202
(503) 922-2818
Wellsource Inc.
15431 Se 82nd Dr Ste A, Clackamas, OR 97015
(888) 374-5169
Power Sports Unlimited Inc
729 Se Grant St, Portland, OR 97214
(503) 206-7490
Circle Studio
1231 Nw 11th Ave, Portland, OR 97209
(503) 235-3556
Hard Core Yoga
2734 Shadow View Dr, Eugene, OR 97408
(541) 729-5031
Max Muscle Vancouver
3200 Se 164th Ave Ste 209, Vancouver, WA 98683
(360) 597-3011


If you are motivated to begin a fitness routine with a consultant or trainer, it is important not to waste your time or energy with someone that does not meet your expectations. Consider the following important tips when beginning your search for a personal trainer:

Tip #1: Check for certification and experience.
All personal trainers should hold a national certification with the National Commission for Certifying Agencies, or NCCA. This will ensure that your trainer has been thoroughly trained and tested on the skills required to provide you with a safe and effective workout. While college education is not always required for personal trainer certification, it is certainly desirable. Additionally, an experienced trainer will be more in tune with how to work with you and your body type to reach your desired results. If he or she has a specialty, that is yet another thing to keep in mind. For example, if you have a previous injury, working with someone with a physical therapy background can be very beneficial.

Tip #2: Meet with the trainer.
Before you agree to hire a physical trainer, you should both speak with him or her on the phone and then meet in person for an orientation. Working through a, typically free, training session will give you a sense of how well you think you may be able to work with that individual and his or her personality type.

Tip #3: Keep rates in mind.
Ask the trainer about his or her rates and program offerings. Someone that is more expensive may also be willing to work with you at your home or even at more unconventional workout sites.

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