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  • Q&A with Australian Health Practitioners

    What are the benefits of having a personal trainer?

    I usually go to the gym 2-3 times a week. There are so many cardio machines, weights and classes available… so what are the benefits of having a personal trainer?
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    Kylie Royal

    Exercise Physiologist, Personal Trainer

    Director, Exercise Physiologist & Personal Trainer. Kylie’s determination and passion in striving for ultimate health & success is what has led her to a successful … View Profile

    We have compiled our Strive Health Management TOP TEN reasons to have a PT/ Exercise Physiologist!!

    1. To have someone designing an appropriately structured program to address your goals, injuries and body
    2. Motivation!!
    3. Have someone push you when you need to be pushed and factor in a recovery session when you need to rest.
    4. To have someone constantly monitoring your technique
    5. To utilise an expert in the field to help you achieve your goals rather than use google or copying others in the gym.
    6. To provide you with exercise variety
    7. To cater to your exercise enjoyment
    8. Specificity of programming – ie: stability, mobility, sports specificity, strength.
    9. To provide you with a program which is appropriately periodised for your lifestyle and goals
    10. To tie it all together & ensure your nutrition, exercise and lifestyle are all taken into account
    The Strive HM team!

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