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When to stop using a personal trainer

Here's How Long You Should Have a Personal Trainer: Three to six months - if your goals are within reach. A year or longer - if your goal is to completely change the way you look (think Adele).

When should you stop working with a personal trainer?

You're not making progress. Your trainer's not regularly assessing your progress. Your trainer isn't critically analyzing why you aren't attaining your goals. Your trainer's consistently late.

How do you tell your PT you want to stop?

As a beginner, you should see a personal trainer two to three times a week for six weeks to start. This helps you establish a consistent fitness routine, which is important in the beginning. It is also a good opportunity to learn new workouts and techniques and ensure you perform exercises in the safest way possible.

How many times should you see a personal trainer?

Personal trainers are also annoyed by laziness, but not as much as skipping appointments. While it may not overly irk the instructor of a group class, skipping a 1-on-1 session with a personal trainer is sure to get on their nerves. Time is money, and even personal trainers don't want it wasted.