Should you consider getting a personal fitness trainer for one on one training? Today we’re getting down to the awful truth and talking about a few signs that are proof that you should be considering making a change.

Personal Fitness Trainer: Should You Consider One on One Training?

Today we’re taking a long hard and honest look at ourselves and asking a few questions that you’ve likely been asking yourself for a while now. So, let’s take a breath and get started!

Are You Getting Out of Breath Just By Climbing the Stairs?

If you have noticed lately that a simple trip up the stairs leaves you gasping for breath…or even out of breath, it’s time to consider making some changes to your daily routine.

Simply walking up the stairs should not leave you out of breath if you don’t have an underlying health condition. If you have noticed this becoming a common occurrence, the chances are that you have also started becoming much more sedentary since COVID-19 raised its head.

If this is you, it’s time to consider a better exercise routine. Not only is it better for your health and wellbeing, but living a healthier lifestyle also makes your body better equipped to fight illness.

Are You Smoking Much More Than You Used To?

Lately, we have all undergone lifestyle changes due to COVID-19. For smokers, one of those changes has been an increase in stress as well as an increase in the time that they have available to smoke during the day.

The chances are that if you are a smoker, you have noticed an increase in your smoking habit over the last eight months. This has to change.

You already know that smoking is an unhealthy habit, but the way that smoking affects your respiratory system is particularly detrimental which can set you up for significant complications if you do contract an illness like COVID-19.

Even if you’re not concerned with catching COVID-19, you should be concerned with your overall health. Smoking reduces your stamina, increases your blood pressure, thicken your blood, weaken your heart, increase your risk for blood clots, and reduce the amount of oxygen circulating in your blood.

Are You Experiencing Joint Pain?

If you are experiencing an increase in joint pain, there could be a couple of reasons behind that, but there is a good chance that a sedentary lifestyle change is to blame.

If you have gained weight, this increases the pressure on your joints and can cause joint pain.

If you have become much more sedentary, your joints can become stiff and achy.

The best way to remedy both of these concerns is to address your lack of exercise. Simply adding a small amount of exercise each day can make a significant difference in the way you feel.

Are You Looking For a Personal Fitness Trainer in Dunedin?

If you are looking for a personal fitness trainer in or around Dunedin, Florida, give me a call. As a holistic trainer, I have helped many Dunedin residents to reach their health and fitness goals and I’d love to add your name to that list! To set up your first appointment with me all you have to do is give me a call at (727) 755-3485!

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