Many people work with a fitness trainer to choose exercises that are right for them and to learn how to do them safely. One of the best ways to find a personal trainer is to get a referral from someone you know who has a great trainer or from your local senior center. Once you have a couple of names,
here are a few questions to help you pick the right trainer.
Also, check out
“Finding the Right Fitness Trainer,” a tip sheet from Go4Life®, the exercise and physical fitness campaign from the National Institute on Aging.
The information on
Exercise: How to Get Started was provided by NIHSeniorHealth and developed by the National Institute on Aging (NIA) at NIH.
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