in home personal training

In-Home Personal Training

Train from the comfort of your home!

Are you tired of unsuccessful attempts at losing weight? Do you want to workout but can’t find the time or motivation? Do you want to double your results in half the time without having to go to a gym?*

If this sounds like you, our FBX in-home personal training program is right for you.

Why should You hire an in-home personal trainer?

A qualified in-home personal trainer can help you achieve your goals in more ways than you may have considered! Below are my reasons why every person should hire a certified personal fitness trainer.

Our FBX in-home personal training program provides…

Time Efficiency

Say goodbye to having to schedule in the gym and travel time to and from the gym. In-home personal training can save you a lot of time and makes it easier for you to fit in your workout.

Privacy and comfort 

When you work out in the privacy and comfort of your own home, you get to control the temperature, the music, the cleanliness, and you get to exercise all without an audience.

Convenience

In-home personal training can be convenient and benefit people with physical limitations, stay at home moms, older adults and people with injuries who have a tough time travelling to the gym. 

No need for equipment 

Our personal training programs require little or no gear. If you have your fitness equipment, your in-home personal trainer will incorporate it into your workouts. And if you don’t have any gear, don’t sweat it; your trainer will bring everything you need for a heightened metabolic workout. 

Undivided Attention

Your in-home personal trainer will give you full and focused attention, free of distractions and interruptions, which happens in gym facilities. 

Accountability 

Talking yourself out of going to the gym is easy. But when the in home personal trainer shows up at your door, there’s no more time for excuses. Your scheduled appointments will keep you on track towards your fitness goal, and your trainer will help keep you motivated to workout.

We at A Better You use specialized FBX in-home personal training programs designed to melt away body fat and get you lean and tight as fast as possible.* 

These FBX in-home personal training programs are created with a specific purpose of putting you in a fat burning zone for 24 hours each day (that includes when you are sleeping).*

It’s also backed by a 100% money-back guarantee. 

​Is having an In home personal trainer worth it?

Working with an at-home trainer can accelerate your fitness level forward more quickly than working out on your own.

Here are six reasons why hiring a skilled personal trainer is an excellent investment.

1. Trainers provide motivation

Who wouldn’t like a little more motivation? 

Having a scheduled session with a trainer promotes accountability on your part. It can assist in developing adherence in the long run to making exercise a regular part of your routine. 

A personal trainer can also help you develop a more positive outlook on exercise. 

This is done by exploring options for making exercise more enjoyable. 

Another way is by reviewing short-term progress towards goals, and assessing feeling- and mood-state changes related to exercise, thereby improving self-confidence and self-motivation.

Also, if you’re paying a trainer, do you want to slack off and feel like you aren’t getting the most for your money? Money spent is a great motivation to work out.

2. Trainers provide expertise

A good personal trainer will watch closely to ensure that you are doing the exercises correctly to maximize your result and target the intended muscle group.

Your at home trainer carefully watches you and corrects minor mistakes in form as you make them. They assure you that sometimes the smallest tweak of an exercise will change the muscle targeted, and I can tell the difference when I follow her instructions.

This is hard to do on your own, or even from watching a video. Usually, most people are not even aware of a mistake in form.

When exercising, safety is the number one priority. Consistently doing an exercise improperly can lead to injury.

3. A trainer will push you just enough

A trainer will push you harder than you will push yourself but keep you from rushing ahead too quickly.

If you are like me, you work out until you feel uncomfortable, and then you modify the movement or stop altogether. A good in home trainer knows how to push you beyond your comfort zone and when to stop before pain or injury sets in.

Expert trainers know alternative exercises if you have difficulty with one or if you have an injury to work around. Sometimes a modified version of an exercise is necessary, depending on your fitness level. A good trainer will expertly shape an exercise for you.

4. A trainer helps you identify and reach goals

As you set your goals, they help you to attain them. Your trainer encourages you by noticing improvements that I wouldn’t even think about. This is helpful when discouragement tries to set in.

5. A in home trainer will personalize your workout

Quality trainers know how to customize a workout based on your strengths, weaknesses and goals.

A trainer will also take into account special considerations (e.g. existing medical condition, pregnancy, post-rehabilitation, medications taken, etc.) when creating a program exclusively for you.

6. Trainers can reduce the possibility of injury

An injury can derail a workout program and cause so much discouragement that you could lose momentum and determination to continue. A good trainer will help you to do exercises properly so that you won’t injure yourself.

When my knee began to act up, my trainer had me cut back on my running intervals and ride an exercise bike on some days. She also pointed out that I may be developing an imbalance between my quadriceps and hamstring muscles, which can lead to knee injuries. Since my quads are stronger than my hamstrings, she began targeting hamstring strength. These are things I would not have known to do.

​7. Alleviate boredom

Believe it or not, exercising can be fun! A personal trainer can help you select activities that you enjoy. And also, choose exercises that will keep you challenged and on track towards reaching your fitness goals.

Personal trainers have a vast knowledge of various exercises, tools and techniques that can make your workouts both fun and effective.​

What are the workouts like?

I have, to be honest – it’s going to be a challenge. But it will be according to your fitness level.

FBX covers various combinations of intense, efficient cardiovascular and muscular training. FBX will involve supersets, circuits, speed, low rest and compound movements.

It almost always packs a double-punch of aerobic and anaerobic work, breaking down barriers between traditional weight training and cardio.

If you’re sick of long rest periods and the sleepy treadmill slump, FBX might be for you. 

How many calories does a In home personal training session burn?

The energy cost of an FBX style workout has been estimated to be 7 kcal/kg/hr10. That averages to around 600 calories per hour for an average 180-pound male. Not too, shabby.

But remember, the more muscle mass you build, the more energy your body consumes at rest. 

That’s why lifting weights to build lean muscle should be at the top of your priority list, despite your physique goals.

How many times a week should you see a personal trainer? 

For the most beneficial results possible, you need to come a minimum of 3 times per week. 

Three times per week seems to be the “magic number” for the most benefit.

Training for Fat Loss

If you aim to lower body fat, you should be exercising three to five times a week. One to two of your PT sessions should focus on resistance training to increase muscle mass. The remaining of your training sessions should concentrate on cardiovascular exercise.

These sessions can include circuit training and exercises that alternate between numerous intensities. 

For instance, you can make Monday and Wednesday resistance training days with the other three days of the week assigned to cardio.

Lean Muscles

Working out twice a week is fine if you’re looking to maintain the muscle mass you’ve already built. 

Still, if building those muscles is your goal, you may need to rethink your current exercise program.

The Newbie

If you haven’t exercised in a long time or have never worked out before, make meeting your trainer two to three times a week a priority.

 This type of regularity ensures that you are developing the proper form when exercising, prioritizing your fitness as a commitment, and working out enough to see progress.

Since muscle memory is dominant, you don’t want to develop bad habits when you’re in the gym on your own. These bad habits can hinder your results and lead to severe injuries.

Scheduling regular training sessions also eliminates any excuses for not going. 

After two or three months of working out regularly with your trainer, you might choose to reduce the number of sessions or shift focus to different goals or styles of training. 

The most important thing is that you feel confident about your decision.

Training for an Event

If you’re training for an upcoming event, building muscle, strength, and flexibility targeted for the event is critical. 

Training with a personal trainer in the weeks before the event prepares you both mentally and physically. 

Depending on your current levels of fitness, your trainer will recommend several training sessions to help you achieve your goals.

For instance, if you’re training for an endurance road race, you may have three to four days of running with one to two days of gym work, which could be a mix of weightlifting and light cardio. 

However, if you’re training for something like a Tough Mudder or Spartan, then the focus of your sessions should be adjusted accordingly.

How much time does it take to see results from personal training?

The results you’ll see with an In-home trainer depend on the time invested per week and the goals themselves. 

While outstanding results in muscle mass and fat loss could take up to four weeks, most people see an improvement in motivation, enthusiasm and energy from the start.

On average, you’ll lose 1 to 2 pounds a week, seeing striking results in three to six weeks. 

As with resistance training, your trainer may suggest foods related to fat loss that can help you attain your goals quicker.

How much does an In home personal trainer cost?

For one on one personal training at home, the personal training sessions cost $65 to $95 or more hourly.

We also offer couples personal training so have your friend or partner improve the efficiency of your workouts by making them more fun and dynamic. The couple’s personal trainer prices are from $85 – $105 per session.

So if you want that dream body from the comfort of your home, fill out the form below, and we will contact you ASAP!

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