Let's keep this simple. Here's what you can expect from personal training:
Accountability might be the biggest advantage to hiring a trainer. It carves out a time in your schedule where now not only are you responsible for your fitness, but you have someone who is also invested in your success waiting.
Privacy is a great luxury. It takes away that anxious feeling of working out in a big-box gym. It stops the glares of on-lookers; it ensures cleanliness, and it demands less sharing of equipment.
Safety comes in the form of guidance and supervision of a certified professional and cleanliness of a boutique studio.
Efficiency is much greater when you have someone who knows what they're doing guiding you.
Chances are if you clicked on this article, you were already leaning towards a trainer. You may have already considered all of these points. What you need is not a list of why you should join, but a simple reminder that planning is not the same as doing.
"In any moment of decision, the best thing you can do is the right thing, the next best thing is the wrong thing, and the worst thing you can do is nothing." - Theodore Roosevelt