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How to Interview a Prospective Fitness Trainer Personal trainers can help you attain your health and fitness goals, or they may well be a huge waste of your cash. The good news is, you can actually choose. And when it comes to selecting the right personal fitness trainer, interviewing the candidate is absolute necessity. Take note that you are hiring this person as your worker. So consider your first meeting as a job interview. Don’t be shy to ask questions about the person’s training principle and what actual things they will do to help you in reaching your goals. Below are some questions to you can start with: > Can you describe your experience and credentials?
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> What are the motivational techniques you often use?
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> Knowing my personal fitness goals, what type of workout plan will you create to help me? > How frequently will you change my workout schedule? > Will you let me contact some of your current clients as references? Your initial meeting must be free, and if not, search for a different trainer who can answer such questions before you must commit to paying for anything. There are a lot of trainers out there with a whole range of styles and personalities, so do interview a few before deciding on someone. Inquire regarding package details too, like: > Do you offer packages and what types? Fewer sessions usually means a higher cost. Also ask what payment options are provided – full amount upfront, per session, installments? > Can I get individual sessions? > What is your policy on refunds? This is especially important if you are hiring a trainer who is affiliated with a gym. For example, if your trainer is no longer working there, will they give you a refund for the paid but unused sessions, or do you have to use them with another trainer? If you don’t want to continue with your trainer, can you get your cash back? > Do you offer multiple-client training? This is usually cheaper per person. If you sign up with a few friends, all of you can save money. > If I buy a package, do I need to use it within a fixed period of time? Make sure it doesn’t expire before you get a chance to use all of the sessions. > What hours are you available? You obviously want a trainer whose schedule fits yours. > What fitness assessments are required and how often? Fitness assessments such as strength, flexibility and endurance tests, along with body fat testing and blood pressure screening, help your trainer measure your starting fitness level and build an exercise program that is both safe and effective for you. How do you handle cancellations? In most cases, you have to inform the trainer one to two days ahead if you want to cancel a session so you need not pay for it.