Blog By: Lakshay Batra.
Not all trainers are equal, some can be simply awesome and unfortunately some can be awful.
The most important part of a fitness trainer or instructor is to guide his /her clients to reach their goals in a healthy and safe manner. Unfortunately, if you’re not in the field yourself, it can be difficult to separate the good from the just plain awful.
Lack of integrity, unfounded promises, biased decision-making, and money-grubbing: Unfortunately, all of these things have become synonymous in many people’s minds with personal training.
Especially in country like India where there are very less number of certified trainers people are always fooled with the tactics of desi trainers/guruji
Trainers are often involved in supplements business and are always trying to serve their clients with them and most of the time these supplements are either fake or adulterated and even if they are selling you the genuine stuff then there will be a huge price difference which results in your empty wallets.
Another drawback of getting trained under an unqualified trainer is that there is always a great scope of injury.
But at the end of the day you can always find a better option, there are plenty of great trainers in the business who choose this job after years of self-discovery, both mental and physical, because they want to pass on their knowledge and passion for fitness to others.