Hiring a bikini competition trainer, have a few questions?

I go ahead and hire a bikini competition trainer. He works with several girls who compete professionally.

Personally, I do not think I will compete at all. Maybe if I got very good, but it is unlikely. My body goals are 2001 Britney Spears – How I Look at VMAS lol

I used to be very muscular but then had a car accident and had a chronic illness. I'm fine enough to start training again. I'm still muscular and exercising properly but definitely not up to the fitness competition.

My questions are:
1. How often should I train to make it worthwhile (i.e. once a week once a month etc.)
2. What is the average hourly rate for a personal trainer?
3. When can I expect to see results? Is it reasonable to think that I would look significantly different in 6 months even if I didn't achieve my goals?

I 5 1202 pounds of fat in my body about 24%

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7 thoughts on “Hiring a bikini competition trainer, have a few questions?”

  1. 2001 Britney wasn’t competition caliber.

    6 months could be enough. As they say, it’s a marathon, not a sprint. But you could make it a sprint.

    > How often should I train to make it worthwhile (ie once a week once a month etc)

    4-7 days a week

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  2. There’s no need to hire a bikini trainer if you’re not competing. If you have a clear goal in mind, most trainers (assuming they’re reputable) will be able to work you to it. Of course, if money is of no object to you, hiring a bikini trainer isn’t gonna be a bad decision either.

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  3. It’s going to be $100 an hr minimum. I believe that working with them at least once a week if not more, depending on your financial situation / how much you truly want to meet this goal and following their prescribed program for the remainder of the week.

    Edit – 6 months is not an unreasonable time frame at all to meet your goals

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  4. Your goal body isn’t too hard to get as long as you eat right (track calories) and work out consistently. You don’t need a bikini comp coach, competition women are so much more built than what you’re aiming for. I’d suggest just choosing a workout from the wiki, sticking to it, and saving yourself the money.
    For context, I’m 5ft4 and just by doing the above got fit enough to have a full six pack within six months (at 119lbs). So it should be doable for you considering your past fitness experience.

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  5. Don’t mind but I am actually amazed that girls are open to hire specifically Body shape coaches. LMAO just run and play some team sports.

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