Should You Cyber-Train?

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Personal trainers used to be reserved for the rich and famous, but many people and gymgoers are finding that trainers are more accessible than ever. Moreover, using a trainer doesn't have to break the bank, especially if you split the cost with friends and go together. Personal trainers charge anywhere from $35-$100 per hour.

Another economical option is receiving personal training services online, usually at a fraction of the cost of in-person training. This option is great for frequent travelers or people who live in remote areas. While online support is optimal when supplemented with one-on-one training, it is an option for intermediate exercisers. So what should you know before going digital with your workout?