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Find Your Trainer

Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Find Your Trainer. All opinions are entirely my own. This post also contains affiliate links. 

Do you have goals? Have you ever wanted to try something, but you weren't sure how to start? Do you need help making sure that your form is correct? Do you need the accountability to stick with a program? Would you like having access to someone who can answer your questions concerning your workout routine and exercises?
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I have answered yes to several of these questions, and that is why I have worked with a personal trainer in the past. For me, it had a lot to do with form - especially concerning strength training. I didn't want to injury myself, but I also wanted to make sure that I didn't pick up bad habits when it came to lifting. Honestly, I could probably use a refresher course! But working with a personal trainer has been one of the best things that I could have done for myself. Because of personal training, I felt more confident in my routines. When I was pregnant with Lil Man, I had to stop exercising during pregnancy due to complications, and I was on bedrest after he was born. So
I just needed something to help me get into working out again. I didn't know where to begin. I knew that I was starting over, and I didn't want to get injured by trying to do too much too fast. I'm so glad that I got a trainer. I do believe that personal training can help you reach your goals faster. I also feel that personal trainers can pinpoint weak spots that maybe you aren't aware of. For me, this helped with injury prevention.
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And although I haven't personally worked with Find Your Trainer, I do like their philosophy. Check out this short video.

You can workout at home, the park or the gym. There are a lot of possibilities. They recommend trainers that fit you best according to your goals and your schedule. "Train the way you want. When you want. Where you want. And with whoever you want." I really like that concept! 

So, what are you waiting for? If you've ever considered personal training, now is the time to check out Find Your Trainer.  If you do sign up, please check back with me and let me know what you think. I'd love to hear your opinion. 
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