Value is defined as “estimate the monetary worth of (something)”. This leads me into one of the questions I get all the time. “Why should I spend money on personal training”? Well - that’s a question you won’t even have to ask once you see the “value” of it.
This about what you “value” and spend money on all the time. You pay an accountant to handle your finances. You pay a store for clothing instead of making them yourself. You pay an electrician, plumber or carpenter to come fix something in your house when you break. We are willing to spend money on these things because not only does it save us time, we know that it will be done right.
So when it comes to our body’s, why are we so willing to cut corners? We only get one body, so why aren’t we willing to invest in ways to take care of it? Whether it’s paying more for higher quality food, or investing in personal training, placing “value” in your health is one of the most important things you can do.
At Jtab Training I teach clients how to lift and exercise properly under their current abilities. What is the benefit of this? You are getting a better workout, in less time, and with fewer injuries. The words I hear a lot are, “I would be lifting improperly or wasting my time at the gym if I weren’t training with you”.
I started my small personal training studio business because I felt I could add a lot of “value” to client’s fitness routines. In many cases, and especially when it comes to your health, choosing to invest in the right way of doing things ends up saving you time and money, as well as helps you reach your goals faster and more efficiently.