Fitness Professional

Fitness Professional
Paul Feldman
(Trainer of Trainers)- 49 and Still Fit

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It’s important to train under the supervision of a real fitness professional. Anyone can read some books on exercise and physiology and put together a fitness program, but without real world experience, the results could be disastrous. Our trainers are real professionals, with many years of experience and certifications that can put together fitness programs that make sense.

There are many benefits to training with a fitness professional at Body Design Personal Training.

A program designed for you - You are a unique individual with unique goals and needs. Our staff has the experience and training to understand your goals and needs and design a complete program that is right for you. Why waste your time with a generic fitness and nutrition program when we can design one that is tailored for you?

Encouragement and motivation - Our trainers have learned how to motivate and encourage you to achieve your fitness goals. Each person responds differently to different motivational techniques, and choosing the right ones for each person is vital. Thanks to their years of training and experience, our staff will figure out how to motivate and encourage you to achieve your goals.

Guidance and feedback - To get the most out of an exercise routine, you need to do those exercises correctly. Correcting your own technique is extremely difficult, and most everyone who trains without professional help is doing it wrong. Our staff knows the right technique for each exercise they recommend, and they will guide you to learn the proper technique. They will also give you feedback to correct things if your technique happens to slip over time.

As you can see, there are real benefits to training with a pro. If you are serious about getting the most out of your personal training, you should talk to a fitness professional here at our Marietta facility. Call us today or come on in for an in-person meeting.