Getting started with a new project or activity can bring some unexpected challenges to our lives. One of those challenges arises when we say we want to get fitter and healthier. As a personal trainer I find that many trainees are often a bit apprehensive at first. How much time and effort does it take to accomplish my new goals? What if I fail? What if I injure myself?
True there are many misconceptions regarding fitness. My task as your fitness coach is to take away those barriers and fears over the next weeks. But how can you know what works and what doesn’t without trying first? There are many people who did not accomplished their exact fitness goals, but also many that did. What both groups have in common though, is that they got started.
The point I am trying to make is the power of getting started. It´s like a young child learning how to swim? Scary at first, but once you found out the water could actually carry you, the fear slowly subsided and made place for joy eventually. Whether you are an Olympic gold medallist or a lousy swimmer doesn’t matter. You both made the start.
So you made the decision to sign up for a fitness program. Now jump in and learn the traits while you are discovering your way to getting fitter and healthier. I am here to answer any question or doubt you might have.