'It was only later, once we had finished training together that we pursued a personal relationship.
I have no doubt that if we had continued our personal trainer and client relationship whilst embarking on something romantic, it would have failed on both counts.'It's such a cliché and any career-minded PT would never cross that line at work so it's really frustrating to see the latest headlines about personal trainer Matt Baker allegedly 'finding romance' with his client, Coronation Street's Kym Marsh.
As "a classified ad addressed to an individual," it is recorded from 1861.'During my many years in the business unfortunately I can recount many a tale of personal trainers becoming romantically involved with their clients, and an unsurprisingly 99 per cent of the time it does not end in a loving, lasting relationship.'If you do become attracted to your client, and vice versa, the only way to pursue it is to terminate the professional contract as soon as you realise you have developed feelings for the other person.Eventually it all just fizzled out but hey, at least I got a few free training sessions out of it.” Chris “My personal trainer is not only fit, she’s also ridiculously hot, and I don’t mind admitting I’ve got a massive crush on her.I’ve found my unrequited love is actually very beneficial for training – I go to the gym more often, train harder and lift heavier in a vain attempt to impress her. Probably a good thing, I reckon she’d eat me for breakfast.” Stuart “Is dating your personal trainer a good idea? When I joined a new gym I was given a complimentary training session with him and it was obvious we both thought the other was a bit of alright.