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6 Things Your Personal Trainer Really Wants You to Stop Doing


What is your personal trainer really thinking? Credit: DrJimiGlide

They may seem superhuman at times, but personal trainers are people, too. And although they love sharing their workout wisdom and helping people reach their health and wellness goals, there are a few things that can get under their skin when they’re training a client.

As a personal trainer myself, I’ve had a lot of conversations with other trainers about what irks them. While some clients’ personalities may rub a trainer the wrong way, a good trainer will never let that get in the way of a good professional session. However, there are some client no-nos that are more than just personality quirks—they’re detrimental to both a trainer’s and client’s success in the gym.

Read on for the six of the biggest faux pas that are not only driving your personal trainer crazy but are also hampering your fitness and weight-loss progress.


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1 Comment
  1. GustWoltmann says:

    Hi there,
    These exercises are very important to keep fitness.
    I think If anyone do these regularly, she must be fit.
    Gustavo Woltmann

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