Some of my favorite people in the entire world are personal trainers simply because these are people who’s business is to spread health awareness and help people change their lives by changing their health. Improving your own health is a challenge that many embark on, but few succeed in because it takes so much discipline, which is what the majority of people lack, consistency and hard work. With an understanding of how much work it takes to improve your own health, it would be fair to say that improving the health of another person is that amount of hard work doubled over.
You may ask, “Why are personal trainers some of your favorite people?” The answer is obvious, because I am passionate about health, so are they and they do whatever they can to improve another person’s health and make sure they succeed. In a way, you could say that personal trainers are changing the world by changing lives and helping people reclaim the health and life they probably once had.
Early to rise and early to bed, a personal fitness instructor is one of the busiest people in the world. With a crazy and complex schedule like Luke Weil, the saying, “There just aren’t enough hours in the day,” is one that often escapes their lips. Their schedule consists of an early run in the morning (distance and time may vary), then breakfast and straight to work. While working, the fitness instructor is dedicated to their clients and that doesn’t stop just because they go home. Once home, it’s all about study, study, study as well as make a schedule for the next day or the next week in advance. A personal trainer will write emails and make phone calls to schedule appointments and collect payment if they must.
Through and through, the life of a personal fitness instructor is never calm, never laid back and never boring. Something is always happening and something is always changing. The greatest way to show your gratitude to a personal trainer is simply by trusting them, doing what is asked of you and getting results. There is no teacher in the world that wants to see you fail, because if you fail, they fail.