I work as a Personal Trainer in Cardiff, but my website receives a lot of visitors from different areas of the UK. They often ask me if I know of any good Personal Trainers that work close to where they live and I always find myself giving the same answer. As a result, I thought I’d write this article, which explains some of the best ways to find a Personal Trainer in Cardiff and the rest of the UK.

There are lots of places that you can find a Personal Trainer. One of the best resources is the National Register of Personal Trainers or NRPT for short. This is a database full of highly qualified fitness professionals in the UK.

The NRPT can help you find someone suitable to train you in just about any area of the UK, but if for some reason you cannot find one that is suitable, you do have a few other options…

Club Fitness boasts the largest database of Personal Trainers in Cardiff and the UK.

Whilst Personal Trainers have to undergo a certain level of training and certification, anyone can become a part of the NRPT and some people have decided not to join them for this very reason.

A really good alternative to the NRPT are websites like Club Fitness, which have contact details for almost every Personal Trainer in the UK. According to their website, they have listings for over 12,000 people, working out of 200 different health clubs and gyms all across the country.

Things to consider when searching for a Personal Trainer in Cardiff and the UK.

When trying to find a Personal Trainer in Cardiff and the UK, it is important to consider a few things before making some calls. Personal Trainers can be great for helping you get fit and lose weight, but they can also do a lot of harm if they’re not trained properly.

If you are new to the idea of getting into shape, it can be a daunting task to talk to a Personal Trainer. You need someone that can motivate, encourage, and keep you working towards your goals with realistic targets to help you along the way. Your first session should leave you feeling confident in their abilities and you should also feel comfortable around them.

The most important thing you should look for, aside from their compatibility and pricing, is their certification. People claiming to be a qualified without proof are not only being fraudulent, but it’s also unlikely that they have proper insurance. Fully accredited Personal Trainers in the UK are required to have adequate insurance to help cover potential accidents that may occur during training sessions. If you work with someone who is neither accredited or insured, you run the risk of being injured without the means to help compensate for a loss in wages or potential injuries and disabilities incurred from unsafe training.

Phillip Parker
Personal Trainer Cardiff

 

Written by Phillip Parker
Hi, I'm Phill, a Personal Trainer in Cardiff. I have over 10 years experience working in the Fitness industry and Personal Training is my passion. I love to help people improve their health, their fitness and their quality of life.