my mum said I can have him maximum 2 months :(
I don t think I d have any significant difference in 2 months DX
I want him to make me more competitive in swimming
Most Helpful Guy
You'd be surprised what you can get done in 2 months. I added 2 inches to my arms in 2 months. That's quite a lot, by the way. To put it another way, I went from 123 pounds to 135 in 2 months: adding on muscle. And that was just on my own. Of course, I had been 135-140 before, so it was easier to put the weight back on. Muscles remember how big they used to be. But, still, that's a lot of growth in 2 months.
If it's for fat loss, you can safely burn 2 pounds a week, which would be 16 pounds lost in 2 months.
In addition, a habit is formed after 2 weeks. So, having a personal trainer keep you on point for 2 months will have lasting effects after the personal trainer goes away. So, it's not only about what you could get done in the time that you have a personal trainer, but also the lasting routine that s/he gives you and the good habits that will form after they leave.
Nutrition is also a supremely important part of being fit, too, so hopefully the personal trainer will also add in tips on that, which would last after the 2 months were over. Hopefully. If you maintain discipline.
In any case, be glad you have access to a personal trainer at all.
You might ask RedEyeMindTricks. She knows a lot about the fitness world and personal training.1
Most Helpful Girl
The entire point of a trainier is to help you find a routine that works for you. Once that is done you really don't need him. Just stick to your routine. And remember everyone sees results differently some people will take 2 weeks to start seeing a difference some it will take 6 months everyone's body is different. Just stick to the routine!2