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Top 10 personal trainers in Marietta, GA

Students agree: these Marietta personal trainers are highly rated for knowledge, experience, communication, and more.
Box-Fit/My Body

Box-Fit/My Body

5.0Exceptional(6)
Offers online services
27+ years in business
Serves Marietta, GA
Tammy C. says, "Mark works with you at your fitness level - he knew exactly how hard to push you without making it too hard. Mark is excellent at knowing exactly what you can do and what your needs are. Mark celebrates every success you achieve. He makes you want to work harder then you ever have before. Mark is the best trainer I have ever had the opportunity to train with!" Read more
Torch Martial Arts & Fitness LLC

Torch Martial Arts & Fitness LLC

New on Lessons
Offers online services
2+ years in business
Serves Marietta, GA
Have you ever found yourself in a situation around people that made you feel unsafe? Have you ever felt incapable of protecting yourself or your family? Do you ever look back to a time when you were more physically fit and think about "the good old days"? If you said yes to any of those questions Torch Martial Arts & Fitness can help! My name is Blaze Pearson and my wife Carly and I started Torch Martial Arts & Fitness to help people learn self defense while getting into great physical shape. We strive to be a light to our community that provides opportunities for individuals to become the best and safest versions of themselves. We offer
Andy Rodman

Andy Rodman

New on Lessons
5+ years in business
Serves Marietta, GA
I provide basketball and fitness training for all levels. My training philosophy is based on three things. Teaching a well rounded skill set, progressing from the fundamentals to the advanced skills at an appropriate pace, and integrating fitness will basketball skills training. I have a system that can be scaled to meet all levels. That includes children learning the basics, middle school or high school players looking to make the team or get more playing, or highly competitive athletes looking to earn a college scholarship or go pro....
Greg Da'rez

Greg Da'rez

5.0Exceptional(5)
Offers online services
4+ years in business
Serves Marietta, GA
Michael A. says, "Genuinely love the work ethic being put to helping improve your skills. Professional & as real as they come (which is a plus for me atleast)" Read more

Your Personal Training questions, answered

Answers to commonly asked questions from the experts on Lessons.

How much does a personal trainer cost near me?

A personal trainer costs $40 to $70 per hour on average or $250 to $400 per month for two sessions per week. Prices depend on the session length, location, trainer's experience, and if you buy a monthly package or book individual sessions.

Personal training rates at popular gyms are $50 to $110 per session, with most sessions lasting one hour. Many gyms offer a free initial fitness assessment with a certified personal trainer.

Is hiring a personal trainer worth it?

Hiring a personal trainer can be worth it if you need accountability, are having difficulty achieving your fitness goals on your own, or are returning to a fitness routine after an injury. A personal trainer can help you set realistic expectations, design a custom fitness plan, measure your progress, and boost your motivation.

A personal trainer can suggest activities that work best for your body and your schedule to maximize your results with the time and equipment available to you. Trainers also provide critical guidance for proper exercise form and movement, reducing your risk of injury.

Can you pay for a personal trainer with insurance or an HSA?

Health insurance typically does not cover the cost of a personal trainer, and you can only pay for a personal trainer with your Health Savings Account (HSA) if your physician or nurse practitioner prescribes an exercise regimen.

Your doctor must write a letter of medical necessity (LMN) confirming the personal training sessions are intended to treat or prevent a medical condition, and you must provide a copy to the IRS when filing your taxes.

How often should you see a personal trainer?

You should meet with your personal trainer 1 to 3 times per week, depending on your current fitness level and experience, short-term and long-term goals, and how often you're able to train solo during the week. Most trainers recommend beginning with 2 to 3 sessions per week for at least six weeks to establish a routine.

  • If you're on a budget and can only meet with your personal trainer once per week, you'll need to train on your own at least one to three times per week to make progress toward your fitness goals.
  • Consider seeing your personal trainer up to 4 times per week to work on short-term goals, like dropping a dress size before a wedding or training for a sports competition.

What does a personal trainer do?

A personal trainer starts by evaluating your current fitness level, strengths and weaknesses, and skills, then develops a customized exercise plan to help you meet your goals. The trainer works one-on-one with you to monitor your progress and provide guidance and encouragement.

A trainer will ensure you're working each muscle group correctly and at the right frequency, and that you're using proper form for each exercise to avoid injury.

How do I find the best personal trainer near me?

For the best results, aim to build a long-term relationship with your personal trainer to help you get in shape, stay in shape, and achieve your fitness goals. Follow these tips to find the best personal trainer for you:

  • Look for an NCSA Certified Personal Trainer (NSCA-CPT) or Certified Performance and Sports Scientist (CPSS).
  • If you have specific goals, such as bodybuilding or running a marathon, select a trainer with experience in that area.
  • Read their reviews on Lessons and Google.
  • Meet with the trainer to discuss your goals, workout preferences, and any health conditions.
  • Ask them how the exercises will change and progress over time. Be wary of trainers who offer only vague answers, as this may indicate a lack of experience.
  • Confirm the personal trainer has liability insurance and training in CPR and first aid.

What questions should I ask personal trainers before hiring?

Ask these questions to ensure you choose a personal trainer with the right experience and skills:

  • How long have you been a personal trainer?
  • Which certifications do you have?
  • What is your fitness specialty?
  • What is your teaching style?
  • How do you assess a new client?
  • What experience do you have working with clients at my fitness level?
  • Do you have any client photos or video testimonials?
  • What does your program include?
  • What results should I expect to see?
  • How long will it take to reach my fitness goals?
  • How do you track fitness goals and progress?
  • How will the exercises change over time?
  • Do you have liability insurance?
  • Are you trained in CPR and first aid?

Reviews for Marietta personal trainers

Recent success stories from people in the Marietta area.
April T.
Mark is an amazing trainer with a talent for meeting you where you are and challenging you appropriately. He is invested in his clients and truly celebrates your progress. Mark truly connects with you as a trainer.
Box-Fit/My Body
Julissa
Great trainer! My child raves about him and I can clearly see his improvement.
Greg Da'rez
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