If you’re looking for a personal trainer in Canberra, it makes sense to go straight to the best. We’ve corralled customer opinions to get an overview of the personal trainers you need to try in this area.
What Makes a Good and Reliable Personal Trainer?
So, what are we looking for in a personal trainer?
- They should be knowledgeable about their job
- They must be able to make a big difference in the lives of their clients. If you can get the same experience from simply going to a gym, then they don’t make the cut!
- They need to be able to help you work towards personal goals
- They must ensure your lifestyle outside of the gym works alongside your training
- They should teach you everything you need to know about maintaining the body you want
- Working one-on-one is an obvious must!
ACT Barbell in Fyshwick – Nick
Nick isn’t afraid to let everyone know about his talents, which include giving clients “the skills and knowledge to be healthy and fit for their entire lives”. He wants to ensure that his clients will “never need my services again”.
You don’t need to just take Nick’s word for it. He offers free trial sessions and is open to answering questions about health, fitness, and nutrition. He takes a holistic approach, which involves reworking the client’s whole lifestyle around their fitness goals. This approach is generally favoured by the best personal trainers as it means progress continues at home.
Nick can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 0423 535 369.
Elements Fitness in Moore Street – Ben
Interestingly enough, Nick from ACT was also happy to “personally vouch for the knowledge and skill-base” of Ben, who is recommended by a few reviewers. Ben, they say, “has a large wealth of knowledge and tailors his sessions to meet what you want to work on”.
Elements Fitness offers other services such as yoga, MMA, boxing, Capoeira, and other martial arts. Ben can also offer advice on nutrition and other aspects of health as related to your personal training.
Ben’s details can be found at Elements Fitness, or you can call him on 0402 581 977. You are also encouraged to drop in to the venue if you wish to speak to them in person.
Peak Performance – Rebecca Brown
If you would prefer not to go to a gym, Rebecca might be your best choice. She runs her business from her home in O’Malley with a home gym containing a lot of different equipment.
Customers who have worked with her in the past say that she provides “true one-on-one personal training” with no need to share her or any of the equipment with other users. This provides great privacy for those who might be shy about working out. She is also flexible enough to allow babies and children to be brought along for the session.
Her exercise plans are a “really great experience” and one reviewer says, “she wasn’t cheap but I was happy with her, I thought the vibe and the facilities were great”. She seems to have the knack for letting people understand their needs so they complete their fitness journey both in their sessions and at home.
You can find out more about Rebecca at Peak Performance.
Our information is all based on user comments, so we appreciate it if you can leave us comments here with your own experiences and reviews of personal trainers in Canberra. These will help us to keep our information up to date and will provide new suggestions for visitors to follow. With these resources, everyone can find a personal trainer they trust!