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Choosing a Personal Trainer For Your Health and Fitness Needs

There are several wonderful advantages you get from having your own personal trainer to help with your health and fitness needs. A personal trainer can give you motivation, professional expertise and personalized attention. All of this can make it easier for you’re to attain all of your health and fitness goals. However, each individual personal trainer is different when it comes to their educational background and costs along with their philosophy, training and consulting practices. So how can you make sure you get a personal trainer that matches your individual needs?Do your research properly:Before you hire your first personal training be sure to learn about their individual philosophy, education/credentials, experience and rates to make sure you are getting the right one. This not only allows you to make sure you are getting a qualified personal trainer, but it ensures you are getting someone who meets your personal needs and will work hard to help you meet your health and fitness goals. After narrowing your list of trainer then talk with each of them to make sure they clearly understand your health and fitness goals and objectives to make sure they are best suited to your needs. The following are some important questions to ask each trainer when determining which is right for you.First ask why they wanted to become a personal trainer. Not only should the ideal personal trainer have a passion for health and fitness, but they should also want to share their expertise with you and help you to reach your personal health and fitness goals.Second ask if they keep up with current research. A personal trainer needs to be continually updated through seminars, workshops or books. This guarantees you are getting a personal trainer with up to date knowledge on the safe and effective means of helping you reach your health and fitness goals.Be sure to look for proper references:Third, be sure to ask for references. If a trainer is good they will have satisfied customers who they will be willing to put you in touch with. Be sure to call two or three of these clients to check on the trainer’s strengths and weaknesses. A good trainer will be remembered for being professional, informative and dependable. A good trainer will also explain the reason behind their recommendations and individual decisions.Fourth, be sure they have liability insurance and are certified in CPR and first aid. Good personal trainers will protect their clients by having liability insurance against personal injury and property loss. A personal trainer must also know which procedures to follow in the event of emergency situations.Lastly be sure to get information on fees and training/business policies. You should be sure you are clear on the fees and any additional rates so you can be sure the personal trainer will work comfortably within your budget. You should also make sure the policy doesn’t include any extra fees, contracts, cancellations or billing procedures that can affect the cost which will have an impact on your ability to reach your health and fitness goals.

Government-Run Health Care Cannot Work!

It would be GREAT if our government could successfully manage American’s Health Care needs. I would be all in if the government guaranteed good health for everyone, and they were even remotely qualified to make such a guarantee. The truth is we all face different health issues at different ages. The recent health issues I faced were handled by doctors, hospitals, and nurses. I had made poor food and exercise choices and suffered a stroke because of those poor choices. Health professionals guided my recovery and no person from the government or from the health insurance company ever visited me while I was hospitalized or in recovery. The task of defining what a health care system looks should be determined by you and your doctor, not the health insurance companies, government, and lawyers that are currently the face of our health system.The government, i.e. politicians, claim we all need health insurance, but who will pay for the premiums, co-pays, and not-covered illnesses and accidents? Will everyone enjoy good health because they a health insurance policy? Will everyone’s health insurance be free since the ACA has mandated everyone own a policy regardless of their individual health needs or financial position? Basically, at gun-point, ‘rhetorically speaking,’ the government is forcing everyone to purchase health insurance? If legal, where will the money come from to pay the health insurance premiums, or the health professionals who diagnose our illnesses? Where will the money come from to finance the equipment needed to diagnose and/or treat our health needs? Where will the money come from for the buildings needed to house the equipment and the facilities for the infirmed? These are just a few of the questions I have for those who profess the government should be responsible for our individual health needs. The last time I checked the government didn’t have any money to pay for anything unless they taxed you and me to get it.What, you mean we already have a government-run health care system? Is that why my taxes are so high? Is that why I read in the newspaper recently that the government is paying millions of dollars every year for fraudulent health care claims? Is that why doctors are leaving the government-run health system for the more efficient private practices? Is that why the government is making criminals out of Americans who would rather not purchase health insurance policies? Golly, I hope the government does a better job of running Obamacare than they did managing health needs for our veterans through the Veterans Administration.