A Day In the Life of a Personal Trainer

There’s a common misconception about what it’s like to be a personal trainer. People who have never had a trainer may get the impression that trainers are just meat heads who make people “lift things up and put them down,” but to those who have spent time with a good trainer, know they are world-changers.

Today, we follow one of our Anytime Fitness personal trainers from south Louisiana to give you an idea of what her day is like as a personal trainer. Stacey is a mother of four with a husband who works off-shore and still manages to help tons of people of all ages, shapes, and sizes. This is her day as a personal trainer!

 

4:15 am: Up and at em! Ready to start my Monday!

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5:00 am: HIIT-X Class! Who needs sunlight?

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6:00 am: Back at home and time to eat! Toast with PB2 and some lean sausage.

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7:00 am: Time to drop off the kiddies at school. Y’all better learn something!

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8:00 am: 1st individual client of the day! Got my #fancypants on.

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10:00 am: Time for the Silver Sneakers class! Everybody’s gotta work!

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11:00 am: Fitness consultation to show our new member Vanessa the ropes. It’s fascinating to hear what brings them into my favorite place.

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12:00 pm: Putting Ms. Carrie to work!

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12:45 pm: Grilled Chicken with roasted vegetables for lunch.

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2:36 pm: Time to switch gears from Personal Trainer to Mommy.

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4:00 pm:  Corporate training at our local school. Love my Groupies!

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5:15 pm: Writing workouts.

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7:18 pm: Home sweet home and the last meal of the day. Time to put the kiddos to bed.

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Some time after that ….sleep.

 

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Luke Andrus is a certified personal trainer, ACE health coach, writer, folk music drummer, husband, and a father. Most of his writing experience is in poetry and fictional short stories, and he also proposed to his wife with a self-published children's book. He is a Narnia nerd with a degree in History, a minor in English, and a semi-obsession with the French language. He believes that fitness is not just about vanity, but about lifestyle, integrity, and the ability to take control of your life.