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Red flags of a bad fitness trainer
If you have invested a lot of money and time into your fitness journey but haven’t seen prominent results, you should watch out for these signs of a bad fitness trainer. Fitness trainer Miten Kakiya recently took to his Instagram account to share the red flags you should look out for when selecting a fitness coach for your journey.
1. Ghosts you after taking your payment
When you were joining, did they make big promises about quick results? And now that you have taken the gym membership for 6 months, your fitness trainer is nowhere to be seen! That should be your cue to either change your trainer or take help from someone who is willing to give you their attention.
2. Does no regular follow-ups
Yes, they tell you exercises but do they vanish after that? If you are investing time and money into a particular trainer, the least they can do is to pay attention to what you’re doing. If they don’t keep a track of your progress or take follow-ups, you need to speak to your trainer. After all, nobody wants an unreliable fitness trainer.
3. Asks you to eat 6 times a day
Exercise and nutrition are two pillars of a healthy body. If your personal trainer doesn’t take care of your requirements and only focuses on making you eat 6 times a day, it is not a good sign.
4. Pushes you to do more cardio
Does your fitness trainer push you to do a lot of cardio? Bad trainers only focus on one type of exercise like cardio or weight lifting. Every qualified fitness trainer knows that they should combine cardio and weight training to get the best results.