Many of us with PCOS also have weight issues, which can lead to uncomfortable feelings about exercising in public. This is especially true if the instructor is hard-bodied and the rest of the class is much more advanced than you as a newcomer.
However, if you like the idea of working out in private with a personal trainer but don’t have the funds in the current economic climate, consider joining an online program. There are a number of them out there, so carefully choose the right course for your needs. Check out online exercise on the Internet to learn more and consult with your doctor before starting a new regular exercise regime.
If you sign up, you’ll be assigned your very own trainer to set you up with a workout. But you’ll be a beginner, so keep in mind that you won’t have someone there monitoring you and watching your progress. Remember this could be a problem if you feel you might not have enough discipline initially to stick to the plan.
So it may be worth splashing out briefly on a personal trainer to come to your home for a couple of sessions to get you started before you move on to online training when you’re more comfortable with a regular exercise regime.
Before signing up, contact the online trainer about the right program for you personally. You’d be surprised how this one question can help you make an effective choice. If relevant, be sure to ask about exercises for the obese.
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