No, this is not some sort of new training style or the latest fitness trend that's hit the market, it's the reflection and refers to the inconsistency of how fake trainers train their clients. One day they give their clients a great workout with good energy, and the next workout the trainer is asleep at the wheel with a training session that is less exciting than watching paint dry.
Gee, fake trainers, I wonder why your clients don't get results or stay with you for any length of time. Wake up boys and girls and get to the party before you're irrelevant. Probably already too late. First of all, it takes a hell of a lot of years, enthusiasm, passion, and discipline to give your clients consistent workouts day in and day out. Only the pros know how to do this. So, for those of you who want to be real trainers, my advice to you is, stay hungry every day, and put in to practice what you learn.
Here's the truth. It's very difficult to replace firsthand experience, to begin with. The reason I point this out is that, no matter what, it's going to take a good while before you really become a real legit trainer, years and years to be exact. For those who currently have a trainer, beware of how consistent your workouts are on a day to day basis. If they feel like they're up and down, and all over the place, like a yo yo, you probably have a faker on your hands.
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