Personal Trainer Please

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    Sep 06, 2011 6:12 PM GMT
    Okay I have always had trepidation about paying for a personal trainer merely for the fact that A. I can work out of free and B. How do I know my personal trainer will not push me to injury because he doesn't listen or I can't do something properly?

    I am now very serious about working out and wanting to bulk up. I have lost over 30lbs but I took a break once I hit my goal weight. Now it's been two months and I need someone to kick my ass back in gear. I'm ready to take it to the next phase and develop the body I've always wanted.

    If you are a personal trainers in NW Houston by hwy 6/290 or just in Houston period or know a web site to research/hunt for a trainer in my area please hit me up via email.

  • fmrhugger

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    Sep 06, 2011 6:36 PM GMT
    I tried for years without a PT with no success. I've had one since Thanksgiving now, 2x week. Real results. He knows when I have more reps in me and when I don't. He pushed me harder than I would push myself.
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    Sep 06, 2011 6:50 PM GMT
    I go to a CHEK trainer for two sessions (body assessment and then teaching) every 4-6 weeks... it´s made a real difference. The CHEK people are good. I don´t need or want a trainer to watch over every workout, but I like having someone do an objective assessment and then design a workout to correct and improve it. My one was also a body builder and looks AMAZING.