Staying fit and healthy can be a very expensive thing, but its does have to to be if you just make it part of your daily routine.

I happen to think the a good in gym personal trainer can most definitely be worth the money if you are properly motivated and just need that extra kick and motivation to make getting exercise part of your every day life.

Gyms are a great place to get exercise and feed of the motivation from others around you, but it can definitely get expensive.  You pay the basic gym membership, maybe additional spinning classes at the weekends, the latest gear and gym fashion – it all adds up. So for many of us, the thought of also paying for a personal trainer can seem like a ridiculous luxury. However, tailored fitness certainly has its benefits. Our bodies are unique and optimal fitness is a never a one-size-fits-all package – so depending on your goals, a personalized approach may be the best way to get the most out of your workout.

If the gym has never been your thing, then paying for a personal trainer definitely makes sense. If you’re terrified of dumbbells and can’t work out how to turn the treadmill on, investing in someone to show the basics is just the right thing to do.  It’s a common misconception that personal trainers are nothing more than drill sergeants, barking at you to keep doing press ups until your arms turn to jelly and you want to throw up.

But if you find a good personal trainer, he or she can provide so much more and truly make a positive difference in how you view exercising.