Many people go to the gym – and one associated expense is the Personal Trainer.
Do you go to they gym? Do you feel the need for a Personal Trainer?
Let us look at the cost of going to a Gym. Annual Fee: Rs. 35,000. And a Trainer should cost say Rs. 6000 a month.
Is it worth paying 6k for a trainer? Can I not do it myself? – fair question, is it not?
Well, sure. Let us look at the biggest cost of going to the gym – it is your time, is it not?
Again let us say you go to the gym 5 days a week – and if you do weights on 3 days, you need the trainer for 3 days. So you end up paying about Rs. 500 for a session with your trainer. If you are earning much more than this, and can afford this expense, it is worth it. If you cannot afford it, then it is a different story.
A personal trainer can very quickly help you achieve your goals (I am assuming you have a goal – weight loss, general fitness, reduction of fat in the body, improve the BMI, run a marathon, improve your swimming timings, play some sport better…). The trainer can also help you in the postures of exercises – how to use the equipment, how to breathe in and breathe out, what protein supplements to take (if you are in some sport and want a quick recovery, it helps).
A good trainer will also be able to talk to you about your diet – remember your weight is clearly a function of your diet (80% importance is to the diet) and 20% on the workout. What you eat, how much you eat, how often you eat, ….all that is important.
A dietician / trainer will also tell you that the Britannia Multi Grain Biscuit (which looks so healthy) is about 150 calories – and it takes 2.5km of running to burn it. So if you eat 6 biscuits in a day, you need to do a Half Marathon to burn it off and help your body!
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