Yes and here’s why…
When it come to anything in life you need a pro to help you with knowledge to play at high levels, even Michael Jordan had and may still have coaches.
Throughout life you will get really (I mean really really) good at maybe 1 or 2 thing and some high achievers maybe a few more, but you can’t be a pro at every aspect of something like health and fitness.
Some will dominate when it comes to the nutrition but my not be as good with the working out part or vice versa. If you take a look at Arnold Schwarzenegger you will find that he was coached and he had a little extra help if you know what I mean!?! lol
The point is that no matter how good you are now or how much you know about the main 4 components to getting health, lean and fit, there will always be something more to learn or do.
Personal Training Cost Too Much
Most personal training cost around $50 for an hour and if you are just looking at the cost then yes I would agree $50 per hour seems like a lot.
Here, lets look at it from a different angle. Most people get started with little to no knowledge of how to get results. They are not eating the right foods at the right time and resting way too much between sets. Especially with having the biggest distraction right in there hand the whole time. Ok I understand that you use your phone for music but put the damn thing on a song and put it in your pocket and get to work! You know what I’m talking about, I know you do!
If you were a professional at kitchen & bathroom remodeling like that guy is then most likely you would hire someone that is a professional at the marketing or accounting aspects to make the business run smooth and successful.
When everyone with different strengths come together it can create a powerful team headed in the same direction.
Personal training is going to be much safer and you will learn how to use the equipment correctly, not to mention they are going to push you to get the results that you are looking for.
So yes and no… personal training costs too much.