The Three Problems People Have with Personal Trainers in Easttown and What We’ve Done about It
Here are Three Very Important Things You Must Know Before You Hire a Personal Trainer in Easttown Pennsylvania
Dear Easttown Resident,
You are probably aware that working out with a personal trainer is a very popular thing to do these days. Along with Pilates, aerobics, yoga, spin classes and weight loss clinics it is definitely one of the more popular choices for getting into shape.
But, not all personal fitness training programs in and around Easttown, PA are created equally…
Did you know the truth is most people who take on the task of exercising with a personal trainer are very unsatisfied with their progress? Did you also know many of them wish they would have saved their money and never hired the personal trainer in the first place?
The sad truth is the majority of people who work with a personal trainer get little or no results at all, even after spending that hard earned money, showing up to all those workouts, and working their butts off.
It’s a shame, because many of these companies have given the personal training industry a bad name.
So why are so few people getting results? Why are most people who work out with a Easttown personal fitness trainer unsatisfied with their progress? Why do personal trainers all over Upper Merion and Easttown have such bad reputations when it comes to getting people into shape?
We’ve identified a few of the major problems here for you so you’ll be well educated when selecting the right Easttown and King of Prussia personal fitness training program for you.
Personal Trainer Problem Number 1
Probably the biggest complaint people have with personal fitness trainers is they take their clients through the same exercise regimen every workout, week in, week out.
Doing the same routine over and over is just plain boring and also ineffective.
For one, unless the body receives some sort of stimulus that it’s not used to it will adapt very quickly and stop making progress.
And two, the client gets extremely bored with the training because it’s always the same. Unless there is some fun and new components to the training very few people will be able to stick with it long enough to see any tangible results
Personal Trainer Problem Number 2
Unfortunately, many personal trainers are basically just some guy or girl who applied for a job. Many health clubs and fitness centers will post job openings for sales mangers, maintenance technicians, and personal fitness trainers and when an applicant comes in they are usually given whichever job best fits their personality and qualifications and whichever position the fitness center needs to fill most.
Many times the person who applies to work as a personal trainer usually has little or no interest in exercise science, doesn’t care about helping others, has absolutely no idea about how to encourage and motivate people, has very little experience teaching people how to workout and typically has very little enthusiasm for personal training.
Many of these so-called Easttown and King of Prussia personal trainers can’t even motivate themselves much less other people. Motivation is an art form, and not every guy or girl who walks in from the street and just applies for position as a personal fitness trainer is going to be good at it, especially when you consider many of these gyms and health clubs only make their trainers go through some minimal weekend certification course.
Personal Trainer Problem Number 3
Because most personal trainers work in corporate gym, and these gyms are only driven by numbers they instruct their staff of personal trainers to encourage people to train more than is really necessary.
What happens is the health club makes more money in the short term, but often the client burns out, dreads the workouts, gets little results and discontinues the training program.
Most people would be much better to mix up their workouts by doing just a few workouts a week with the personal trainer and some other workouts on their own. These other workouts can consist of running, swimming, yoga, pilates, hiking, using cardio equipment, playing sports, biking or anything else the person enjoys that is active .
At Moore Than Fitness we are dedicated to keeping the art of personal training a results producing, enjoyable, natural, holistic, fat burning, body sculpting and life changing experience.
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About Easttown PA
In 1682, the counties of Chester, Philadelphia and Bucks were delineated within William Penn’s Providence of Pennsylvania. An 8.2 square mile area, a north/south diamond of rolling hills in the extreme eastern portion of Chester County became Easttown Township in 1704. Originally settled by Welsh Quakers, the township drew English, Scots, French, Swiss, Dutch and Swedish immigrants, most subscribing to the Episcopal, Baptist and Presbyterian faiths. The oldest surviving church, St. David’s Protestant Episcopal, was established in 1715. Easttown was a farming area, sending its products to Philadelphia, by the Revolution, second only to London among English cities.
Although the township was actively involved in the American Revolution, the Tarleton skirmish of 1777, following the Battle of Brandywine, was the most famous historical event. Americans under the command of General Anthony Wayne, an Easttown native, and led by Captain “Light Horse Harry” Lee repelled an attack by the British on Signal Hill near the intersection of Newtown and Sugartown Roads. The house was later named Tarleton for the British leader. Signal Hill itself acquired its name as the end of a signal line extending from Valley Forge.
Construction began on the Philadelphia-Lancaster Turnpike in 1790, the first paved highway in America. When completed it ran through Reeseville, or Cockletown, renamed Berwyn after the Berwyn Hills in Wales, by the Pennsylvania Railroad in 1877. The railroad promoting the area as a summer vacation spot for the hot Philadelphians, selected Welsh names for many Main Line stations.
The coming of the Philadelphia and Columbia Railroad in 1834 changed life in this rural area. Those businesses and homes near the old roads and trails declined while new ones expanded along the railroad and the turnpike. Between 1862 and 1872 a feed, coal and lumber yard, a tin shop a blacksmith shop and a general store began operating. Postal service was added in 1862, using the railroad name when the change occurred. Even today, the name has only railroad and postal address meaning since government is in township form.
For many years after its founding in the early 1800’s, an inn known as The Leopard was the center of local life. A small community arose around it at the intersection of Darby-Paoli Road and Leopard Road. Another, Glassley, was laid out in the northeast corner of the township in the early 19th century. Although no relics of it remain, it is remembered as the site of the first Easttown school erected in 1807. The Devon Inn, built in 1881, was used to house Valley Forge Military Academy in 1928-29.