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Personal training

Here’s the thing: personal training is about so much more than building biceps. These guys (and girls) can support your child to exercise in a safe and productive way, whether that’s working on coordination, strength, fitness, or all of the above. In my experience, workouts are so much easier to get through (and enjoy!) with a buddy cheering you on.

Let’s delve a little deeper into how personal training can link up with NDIS goals;

1. Improved Coordination: Balance, agility, and coordination can be a challenge for some. Personal trainers are well-versed in creating fun activities that focus on these aspects, turning potential stumbling blocks into stepping stones.

2. Building Strength: Strength isn't just about lifting heavy stuff. It’s about core stability, endurance, and muscle tone, ensuring our bodies can support our daily activities and ambitions.

3. Individual Attention: Unlike group fitness classes, personal trainers offer one-on-one attention. They tailor exercise routines based on your child’s specific needs and goals, ensuring no two sessions are ever the same.

4. Accountability: It’s so easy to skip a workout or two, especially when you’re not feeling it. But knowing there's someone waiting for you, someone who's as invested in your success as you are, can be the push needed to stick with it.

5. Safety First: The expertise of a personal trainer ensures exercises are done correctly, reducing the risk of injury. They know the ins and outs of body mechanics, ensuring every push-up, squat, or lunge is beneficial and safe.

6. Boosted Fitness Levels: Over time, under the guidance of a personal trainer, endurance and cardiovascular health can see a massive improvement. This not only helps with physical tasks but can also provide a burst of energy in everyday life.

7. Building Confidence: With each session, as skills improve and challenges are met, there’s a boost in self-confidence. That feeling of achievement is invaluable and can translate into other areas of life.

8. Adaptability: If your child has specific health concerns or physical limitations, personal trainers can adapt exercises to ensure they're still effective without being overwhelming.

Incorporating personal training into your NDIS journey can open up a world of possibilities, not just physically, but emotionally too. It’s about tapping into your full potential and pushing those boundaries. After all, our bodies are capable of incredible things, especially with a little guidance and encouragement.

While I've put my heart into aligning these tips with your NDIS path, the road can have its twists. Remember, these are just suggestions. Dive in, explore, and find what truly works for you. Sending you all my best vibes!

You're the best judge of whether this service fits your child's goals or not.