What’s Your Purpose?
Everyone has heard the old cliché that the first step towards living a healthier lifestyle is standing up off the couch and going to the gym to make a change. So what’s the second step? At WHF we believe the next step is finding the purpose of your workouts. Once clients have set overall goals for their health, WHF is able to work with them to put together purpose-driven workouts that will lead clients toward their goals.
Before you begin training at WHF, we ask you to consider what you want to gain from your experience with us. Is it increased strength and improved appearance? Is it weight loss and disease prevention? Perhaps it’s sports performance and pain tolerance, or something else entirely? A purpose-driven workout starts with these end goals in mind and it applies to both novice and long-time exercisers. People who have been exercising consistently for years often lose sight of their purpose and get lulled into the monotony of a routine. They simply start going through the motions. Exercising randomly creates minimal progress – it’s best to keep both eyes on your ideal self at all times.
The most important thing a client can tell us upon entering our facility is his or her goals. Our clients should be able to share with us knowledge of themselves, both mentally and physically. Once you tell our trainers what you want to gain at WHF, they can begin to design your workouts with a purpose and tailor them to your specific needs.
The communication component between client and trainer is very important to us. We pride ourselves on having the finest fitness minds in the Newtown area. Our attention to detail and our awareness of client needs are what set WHF apart as one of the best places to train in eastern Pennsylvania. Be open and honest about what you wish to accomplish with us, and we’ll be equally open and honest about how we can help get you there.
At WHF we use our cutting-edge knowledge and expertise to help you go above and beyond your fitness goals.
Written by: Anthony Iati and Christian Zetterberg