Many people prefer working out at home, and lots of trainers are happy to come to your home. Some do home training exclusively. You may be asked to pay a little more for in-home training than gym training. Make sure you get a contract and understand the trainer's rules, including what happens if you cancel or if the trainer doesn't show up. Use the same criteria you would to evaluate a gym trainer, except be even more careful. Ask the trainer to come to your house for an interview before you commit any money, and have your partner or a friend with you until you are sure you are comfortable with the trainer.
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