When searching for a Personal Trainer it is important to remember, that when it comes to your health and fitness, you deserve the best from the best.

You want your trainer to not only feel like a friend, but also a mentor. You want your training to ensure you get maximum results.

A well-educated and experienced trainer will guide you and set realistic goals that you can achieve.

Here at Box 33 all our Trainers are qualified, well-educated and respected in the fitness industry. Some would even say “the best in Australia”. It is because of this we are able to offer an exception Personal Training experience to our clients.

Thanks to television, radio and Hollywood celebrities, over the past 5 years more and more people are using the services of a Personal Trainer in Perth. Very simply a quality Personal Training will delivered far superior results in a safer fashion than training alone or in a group class.

Here at Box 33 we believe what we offer is much more than Personal Training. We offer coaching. That is why we feel “Movement, Strength & Rehab Coach” best describes us.

What is a Movement, Strength & Rehab Coach?

A Movement, Strength & Rehab Coach has the knowledge and power to partner with you as a mentor and friend to help you achieve your fitness and health goals through motivation, education and a fitness program that is tailored to your personal needs and wellness goal.

A Movement, Strength & Rehab Coach will be with you every step of the way tracking your progress and keeping you motivated.

Many people use the same equipment and exercises time and time again only to wonder why they fail to see results.

A Movement, Strength & Rehab Coach will encourage you to try new things and tailor a workout to your needs and setting realistic goals that you will be able to achieve.

If you have an injury, that is no problem. Your Movement, Strength & Rehab Coach will work with you and around your injury so you can still train in a safe and effective manner. Best of all the exercises and movements your coach will get you to do will help in the rehabilitation process, so you move better and feel great!

Your goals are important

A passionate and dedicated Movement, Strength & Rehab Coach will discuss your goals and assess your fitness and physical ability before creating an exercise program to your needs.

It is important to emphasis this.

Your exercise program will be created to YOUR Needs.

No cookie cutter approach here. Everyone is unique and so should your exercise program be. Unique to you.

Once created, you will be trained using the best exercises for you with the proper technique, ensuring you do not injury yourself and you start seeing maximum results fast.

Motivation

Have you ever tried to stick to an exercise program?

We all know it can be difficult. There is always an excuse to put off going to the gym, which is why having a Coach mentoring and encouraging you is a great source of motivation.

You feel better within yourself as you know your time will be spent correctly performing your exercise regime. You may also feel financially invested therefore motivated not to miss appointments.

A Box33 Coach will hold you accountable which will inspire you to stick to your commitment and achieve your fitness goals. Our Coaches will be there every step of the way, mentoring your progress, sharing in your setbacks and celebrating your triumphs.

What to Look for in a Personal Trainer

Also known as a Movement, Strength & Rehab Coach

Finding a Personal Trainer might seem daunting. You might be worried that you will not find the right person to mentor you; but it needn’t be like that.

Come and meet our friendly, dedicated team here at Box 33 and we can sit down and discuss your needs and answer any questions you may have.

How can we help you?

Not everyone is the same.

You may be recovering from injury, your goal may be weight loss, or simply just to gain fitness and independence by feeling more confident with your new body shape.

No matter what your goal is, your Personal Coach must listen to you and offer you advice and help. A committed Coach will ask you questions like – “Do you have injuries or pain?”, “What is your lifestyle like?”, “How is your current ability with exercise?”, and most importantly “What do you want to achieve?”

By asking the right questions and listening carefully to your answers, your Movement, Strength & Rehab Coach can design a program specific for your needs and current fitness level.

It really does not matter if you are new to exercise, suffer from an injury or a seasoned athlete, we can tailor training to you.

Certification and Education

It is always important to make sure your Personal Trainer has been certified by a reputable fitness organization. However, that is just the start, ask questions and find out what other qualifications they have?

You are trying to find out if they are dedicated and committed to furthering either knowledge in the area of health and fitness.

A good qualification to look for is StrongFirst. Is your coach StrongFirst certified? Why is this certification so good? It is because, to pass, it is so grueling mentally and physically that typically only 30% of participants pass when attending the certification course. So when you being coached by a StrongFirst Certified Instructor, you are learning from the best.

Experience

It is always wise to choose a Coach that not only has education but experience, especially if you have health issues or wishing to achieve specific goal.

Find someone who often deals with your particular needs.

Be it back, neck and shoulder problems, you want someone who has the knowledge and experience in these fields.

Personality

It is important that when looking for a Personal Trainer you find someone who will motivate and inspire you with your fitness program.

It is imperative that your coach does not irritate or intimidate you. They will listen to you and give you their full attention during your sessions.

Your fitness session is about you; therefore your coach should not be socialising with others or answering phone calls.

Whilst some people respond well to the sergeant like approach – drop and give me 20 – others may not and prefer a firm but patient guidance, so your Personal Coach must be aware of your personal style.

Warning Signs

It is always important that as you begin working with your Personal Coach that you keep in mind that you are a paying client and this is your investment.

You have every right to be concerned and frustrated if your coach ignores or dismisses your questions or concerns.

Your Personal Coach should not work you too hard to the point of fatigue or pain, however it is expected that you will have a little muscle soreness. Killing you in a session should never be the goal. Personal trainers that do that, often lack the skills to plan a long term sustainable approach to health and fitness.

A good coach should always refer you to a doctor or allied health professional if illness or injury are present, they should never self-diagnose.

Taking Action

Finding a Personal Trainer here in Perth should not be a daunting experience. Remember to ask questions and find a coach that will motivate and inspire you with your health and fitness program.