It depends. 1. Do they check your movements and posture? Do they identify the top 2 factors for injury, previous injury and imbalances? Do they identify your motion imbalances compared to normal and left to right differences? Do they test your stability imbalances? Strength imbalances? *These apply to the neck, trunk, shoulders, elbows, wrists, hips, … Read moreShould you join the group workouts at the gym?
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After seeing 2 more people injured working out with personal trainers at a local gym, I need to speak out. One had a history of spine fusion and injured her back holding full planks (way beyond her ability). The other, 75 pounds overweight with poor posture and spine stability,injured her knee doing box jumps. Box … Read moreMaybe your Personal Trainer sucks.