As an in-home personal trainer in the Delray Beach and Boca Raton, Florida area, whenever I go to apartments where there are a few trainers training their clients, I often notice how they are not focused on their client’s workouts. These personal trainers are distracted by the surroundings. Also, I notice they fraternize and talk amongst themselves. This is actually ignoring the client’s needs and focusing on their social agendas.

A Quality Personal Trainer

Whenever  I am in the fitness center, I am well aware that I’m here to do a job for my client. I am focused and attentive to their needs. But also, I am very aware of my surroundings, and I’m respectable among other clients and trainers. I do not socialize more than “good morning,” “how are you,” and “have a nice day.” The importance of me making my client feel special in a fitness program is very important. And once the client sees how much attention I paid to them and the effort I put out helping them reach their fitness goals, I am very sure they understand how important it is for me to give them their value of a good workout. Many personal trainers are not concentrating and focusing their efforts on their clients. There is nothing more gratifying to me than me working one-on-one with my clients in the fitness program and then getting results. Personal trainers are here to motivate people and help them through a workout by making sure that the client is doing exercises effectively and safely.

Also, as a weight loss personal trainer, I’m always aware that I have to communicate more with my client, because not only do I have to give them exercise guidance but also motivation on nutritional consistency. This can only be done when the time in the personal training session is maximized. The importance of a focused personal trainer who does not waste time on over-socializing is one of the keys to fitness program results.

Michael Metchikian CPT, CES, NASM

Michael is an in-home personal trainer who works in the Boca Raton, Deerfield Beach, and Bill Ray Beach area. He goes to his clients’ homes, apartment buildings and the gyms of their choice. Along with nutritional guidance. Michael works with many different fitness modalities, such as strength training, balance, and flexibility, along with yoga and Pilates-based exercise routines.