5 Tips for making the most out of virtual personal training sessions

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These tips, provided by PopSugar, can help you to safely and successfully achieve your fitness goals at home.

1. Schedule time for troubleshooting

According to certified personal trainer Julie Wandzilak, it takes time to find "the proper placement and distance we both need to have an overall of their workouts".

READ MORE: Home workout tips for people who still prefer exercising the option of training indoors

2. Ask your instructor for advice about equipment

They can help you utilise what you already own or advise you on what to invest in.

3. Discuss any injuries or pains beforehand 

This will enable your trainer to properly plan your workout while reducing risk of further injury.

4. Create a routine

If you create a routine with your trainer you're more likely to stick with a plan and achieve your goals.

5. Have patience

Having to do so many things virtually because of Covid-19 can get frustrating, but it can also be beneficial. Try look for the silver lining.

Compiled by Phelokazi Mbude

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