Sarah HuttWhat's motivating you?
Why do you want a personal trainer? Do you enjoy fitness and exercising?
Is there something specific you want to work on?
What is your goal?
Building strength, becoming fitter, losing weight or more specific goals like training for a marathon or rehab post injury.Setting a goal means you have a target to achieve.
Setting goals not only gives you motivation, but means you can measure whether what you're doing is successful. It enables you to have a measure of your success for each session.Where do you want to train?
Make sure you think about what time you want to train as a starting point. Early morning, after work or are the weekends your best time to train and de-stress? Once you have decided on the time, then you can work out where you want to train. It may be more convenient to train at my private studio or, outdoors or, if you're not local, you may wish to train online. You can have a shower at home and then get on with the day? You can even be on holiday and still continue your training.