With social media more prevalent than ever before, it’s become all too common to see “fitness influencers” providing tips and suggestions without fundamental knowledge of the health and fitness industry. While they might not mean any harm, misinformation can cause many problems for those looking to become healthier while getting in shape. One personal trainer and health coach, Morgan Rees, hopes to redefine the industry by taking a science and education-based training approach to help her clients reach their health and fitness goals.
“A lot of what you see on social media is people advertising for fitness or dieting products that aren’t safe or effective. Unfortunately, social media users often fall into these scams without realizing that the people posting aren’t always health and fitness professionals, so the information they’re posting may be inaccurate,” shared Rees. “When I’m working with my clients, the first thing I like to do is help them learn how to stabilize their bodies. I want them to learn how to use different muscles throughout the body simultaneously to get the most from their workouts. The goal is to burn calories, build muscle, and ultimately become healthier.”
As a health coach and personal trainer, Morgan Rees takes fitness seriously. She knows it’s not only about wanting to look good but about feeling your best both physically and mentally. It’s the reason why she works hard to help her clients achieve countless goals through a healthy diet and exercise regimen. “I’ve learned a lot over the years and have the knowledge and experience to help my clients reach their goals. We go over these goals in the beginning, whether they want to lose weight, build muscle, or improve their endurance,” said Rees. “I keep my clients accountable for their hard work and effort required to make healthy lifestyle changes possible. My clients improve their movements and begin living a healthy lifestyle that doesn’t just benefit them now, but also in the future.”
Sure, social media fitness influencers may make claims that using certain products will provide promising results, but they’re often getting paid to say those things to the public. Morgan Rees wants people to be more aware of this when starting their health and fitness journeys. She firmly believes that with the right approach, anyone can learn how to treat their bodies with better food choices and regular exercise..
“Making lifestyle changes doesn’t come easy, but I prepare my clients for the work that needs to go into getting in shape. They understand that it’s a process, and it doesn’t happen overnight, but they trust me and know that we are working together towards the right path,” said Rees.
Her unique training approach has helped her gain more opportunities in the fitness industry while working with dozens of clients that see individual results. Those interested in learning more about her science and education-based training approach and how it works can follow her on Instagram or visit her on the web!