Category Archives for Personal trainer tips

Personal Training video Game!?

Earlier today I was asked about the Nike+Kinect fitness game. I decided to take a look into it and just briefly mention my thoughts. Personal training, nutrition counseling, gym memberships, etc. can become very costly. For that reason, people look for a more financially viable alternative.  In general, video workouts, fitness games and the like, are […]

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Knee pain, No problem!

When your goal is to lose weight but you can’t do much with the lower body due to knee pain, results seem impossible.  Doing cardio on machines may hurt during the exercise, but what’s worse is that the extra wear and tear can actually have more negative impact in the future.  Implementing cardio through resistance […]

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Knee pain solution

Kettlebells have become a very  popular training style in the past 5-10years, in the USA. The Kettlebells, unlike many other popular fads, are here to stay. Besides being one of the most effective ways of training, whether to lose weight or for athletic performance, they can also be used for people with bad knees who […]

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Part 2 progression of training

Last week I mentioned that an individual’s advancement in the progressions depends on his or her specific goals and capacity to complete them.  The next two phases, maximum strength and power, consist of advanced movements and total body awareness.  No matter what sport you compete in, or goal set. The next two stages are essential.  […]

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Progression of training

Typically, the trainer breaks down a resistance training program for athletes into phases, also known as progressions.  The progression that the athlete advances to depends on your specific goals and capacity to achieve them.  Of course, there are many other factors that are considered, but the results achieved through resistive exercises are due to the […]

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Success is inevitable….

The little secret to fitness success was focused on introducing realistic lifestyle changes.  Fitness goals are not meant to be a sprint; they are a marathon.  If someone tells you that accomplishing your goal will be easy, you will pay for it in the long run.  I went onto further explain that your first month […]

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4 Effective Training Principles

Are you effectively training? There are various group fitness classes and personal training programs available out there. With all the different choices how can a person know if what they are doing is effective? Many follow the protocol “no pain no gain”, there is some validity there. Others believe if they are sweating they must […]

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Body Fat, The 6 How

The “what” of body fat… spot training is ineffective because our body does not burn fat in areas which we focus on but burns fat as a whole! That is a constant for each person! The variable that needs to be identified is the most effective fat burning program for the individual. Whether you need […]

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Weight loss Vs. Body fat loss..Life Style change!

Weight loss Versus Body fat loss! Body weight, the number on the scale, is the reference point for anyone looking to lose weight.  Body weight can fluctuate.  To put that into perspective, MMA fighters, boxers, wrestlers, etc.  whether professional or hobbyists, are able to lose ten pounds for their weigh-ins the night before a match.  […]

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The little secret to fitness success

The elevator to Fitness success is out of order. You’ll have to use the stairs…. One step at a time.” – Rande Wilson   The fitness industry, often, focuses so strongly on the looks of each person rather than the benefits the person will receive in the long run. As in every goal, there is […]

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