Personal Trainers are actually people too.
I know, crazy right?
• They’re assumed to be machines who train twice a day, eat five meals a day and coach somewhere in the midst of it all.
But we really do have internal monologues running through our heads.
And it’s not always a pretty sight.
Want to know what your personal trainer is really thinking? Here it is...
Any personal trainer out there who has ever taught a Deadlift or Kettlebell Swing to the general population has said this a thousand times over in their heads.
For some ungodly reason, you’ve managed to lose total control over your hips, and turn into a weird, thrusting, calf-dominant jelly-person.
I really “do” care what you did last weekend.
But, stop talking in your 30 seconds rest period. It’s 30 seconds for a reason. So, stop talking, now, please.
Get your ass back to work!
Sourcetext: YUP! "Friends".
Think of your Personal Training session as a long car journey (that you’re paying for).
Have a ‘bathroom break’ before you come to the session.
The bar has been safely loaded to a tiny little bit heavier than it was last week.
But, for some reason, you think I decided to add a Toyota to the end of the bar in order to crush your spine.
So, trust me, and lift the damn weight already!
I can understand you wanting to share sharing your pains and discomforts with me, but don’t expect me to diagnose your problem, believe me!
I do not have x-ray vision, as cool as that may be...
What do you think your trainer is thinking? If you're the trainer...