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Insider Training Table of Contents

Introduction………………………………………………………………………………….. 4

Tip #1: Visualize Your Goal…………………………………………………………….. 6

Tip #2: Reprogram Your Mind………………………………………………………… 11

Tip #3: Take Baby Steps………………………………………………………………. 14

Tip #4: Communication is Key……………………………………………………….. 16

Tip #5: Mix Things Up………………………………………………………………….. 19

Tip #6: Healthy Eating………………………………………………………………….. 22

Tip #7: Replace Old Habits……………………………………………………………. 25

Tip #8: Choosing Supplements………………………………………………………. 28

Tip #9: Beyond Weight Loss………………………………………………………….. 30

Tip #10: Rest & Recover………………………………………………………………. 32

Conclusion…………………………………………………………………………………. 35

Resources…………………………………………………………………………………. 36

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Introduction

When you make the decision to hire a personal trainer, it can be a little overwhelming. You’re trusting them to give your current lifestyle a complete overhaul and help to transform you into a stronger, healthier person.

It’s okay to be nervous when taking such a big and important step. Before you do though, you’re going to want to have a good idea of what you can expect.

It’s not easy to ask someone else to help you change for the better. After all, as humans, we tend to be creatures of habit. But sometimes, it’s important to step back and take a closer look at those habits, acknowledging the fact that they aren’t always as good as they could be.

Recognizing your faults, and creating that motivation for change is why having a personal trainer can be instrumental in your success.

Personal trainers are on the outside looking in, and with their knowledge and skillset, they can tweak the small things you may not notice, to make a greater impact then you could ever imagine. Keep in mind that they are health professionals and their advice is usually based on scientific research and proven theories.

This report is not only for those of you who need to know what to expect from a good, experienced personal trainer, but it is also for the people out there just beginning to dip their toes into the idea of self-improvement and better fitness and nutritional habits.

Let’s take an inside look into some of the tips and tricks that personal trainers share with their clients!

Important Note: It’s important that you seek the advice and approval from your health care provider prior to making any drastic changes to your diet or exercise.

Let’s begin!

Tip #1: Visualize Your Goal

You don’t want to just state your goal; you want to truly see it materializing right in front of you.

It’s a good idea to take some time and write down what you want out of your relationship with a personal trainer as well as what health goals you are striving for.

It’s even better when you revisit those goals again and again to remind yourself of the healthy new you that you are striving to be. It does you no good to jot these goals down and then stow them away.

Out of sight, out of mind.

Vision boards have been popping up all over the internet. These boards are places to visualize the goals that people have to keep them focused along the way. Well, those boards aren’t just for people who have a bucket list full of travel destinations. They’re also for people who have health and nutrition goals as well!

One of the things that personal trainers tell their clients to practice, is visualization. Take the written or verbal goals that you have, and bring them to life through visual aids.

For example, if a client wants to lose 50 pounds, then they may suggest the following: get a large poster board, print off five pictures of 10-pound bags of rice or flour, and glue them to the board.

Whenever they look at it, not only will they be reminded of their long-term goal, but they’ll also be able to physically see how much ten pounds of weight loss really is.

Perhaps the personal trainer’s client wants to become a professional boxer. In this case, they might have them hang up a picture of their favorite fighter where they’re most likely to see it on a regular basis. In addition to the fighter, a personal trainer may suggest that they include pictures of workouts that will help them achieve this goal.

What is your main goal?

Health goal specifics vary from person to person, but in general, the main goal whether weight loss, weight gain, or better eating habits, it is always to become a healthier version of you.

Hiring a personal trainer doesn’t necessarily mean that you want to lose weight. Personal trainers deal with weight gain, muscle gain, heart health, sports training, and many other areas.

When you’re deciding on your goals and what you want to pass over to the trainer, ask yourself the following questions.

• What is my ideal weight? Schedule an appointment with your physician and discuss with them what your personal, ideal Body Mass Index and Weight should be. While you can easily search the internet to find out what your weight should be, your healthcare professional can look at your medical history and take everything into consideration before giving you a number. This is especially important if you’re on medication that slows down your metabolism. Once you have that number, write it into your Vision Board.

• What areas of my body need the most work? If you want slender arms and legs, then print out stock images of your ideal look and post them on your Vision Board. The same goes for any other body part that you want to change. It’s also a good idea to post pictures of exercises designed to tone those areas! Remember, be realistic with your expectations and base them on your body, not the model in the picture.

• Do I want to train for a specific sport? If you’re meeting with a personal trainer because you want to participate in a specific sport, then print a picture of that sport out and post it on your Vision Board. For example, if you want to run a marathon, then post a picture of marathon runners on your board. Fliers for a specific marathon you wish to participate in are also good motivators.

Remember, seeing is believing, and believing drives you to work that much harder to achieve your goals. So, whatever your goal is, make your Vision Board and hang it proudly where you can see it every day.

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  1. Title: Focusing On Your End Game
  2. Title: Fitness Tips for Building Muscle Mass
  3. Title: The Importance of Staying Hydrated
  4. Title: Easy Ways to Remove Processed Foods From Your Diet
  5. Title: Why You Need Fat
  6. Title: Having A Positive Body Image
  7. Title: Final Tips & Strategies

Here is an example of one of the emails you will be getting.

Title: Final Tips & Strategies

Hey there!

Over the last few days we’ve talked about the type of
tips that a personal trainer will often tell their new
clients.

Even if you don’t plan on getting an actual personal
trainer, they’re definitely suggestions that we think
you should keep in mind while embracing your new lifestyle!

And if you do invest in a personal trainer, be sure to
build a strong rapport with them in order to get the most
out of your investment.

In today’s email, I’ll leave you with some final tips and
strategies to achieve your ultimate fitness goal!

1. Tune Into Your Body

It may sound self-explanatory, but it’s important to keep
this in mind when you’re pushing yourself to do better.

For example, don’t go from walking two miles per hour to
five miles per hour in just a few days.

Take it day by day, and gradually push yourself to that
five mile mark. Consider keeping a fitness journal to
write down your statistics, too. Keep track of where you’re
at and where you’re headed!

2. Master The Basics

There’s an old saying that goes, “You must first learn how
to walk before you can run.”

Keep this in mind when you’re trying to increase your
physical activity level. If you’re looking to master an intense
workout class, make sure you can easily do the basics before
going for the gold.

For example, programs like CrossFit incorporate just about
every single one of your major muscle groups. There’s jumping,
squatting, running and so much more. But in order to get
through a class, you need to master the basics of jumping,
squatting and running!

3. Focus On Yourself

It’s so easy to look at everyone around you at the gym and
be envious. The guys chugging protein shakes while admiring
their perfect bodies, or the women who look as though they
don’t have an ounce of fat on them will always be there.

Pay no attention to anyone but yourself, because your journey
isn’t the same as theirs. And it also does no good to compare
yourself to anyone besides who’s staring back at you in the
mirror.

4. Reach Out For Help

The gym can be an intimidating place to be at times, what with
everyone around you looking as though they know what they’re
doing when you’re struggling to figure out how to work a machine.

But that’s what personal trainers are for! Don’t hesitate to ask
someone how to use a machine, or for suggestions on where you
should start on your new journey.

Another reason why hiring a personal trainer is such a good idea.
They know how to teach you the ropes, and their job is to help you
along this amazing journey!

I hope this email series has helped you in some way and I wish
you the very best!

All my best,

{YOUR NAME HERE}

P.S. Watch your inbox closely, because I’ll be sending you
additional tips and resources as the weeks go on.

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