Let's discuss each of these in a bit more detail. The general consensus among fitness professionals is that ACE and NASM
1. Avoid morning craziness by prepping the night before. Planning ahead at least nightly, makes everything run smoother. 2
As a fitness instructor, I am concerned by how our jobs are portrayed on social media. Over-produced workout tutorials, super-polished before and after photos, and ever-present ads for expensive active wear have added a bunch of unnecessary glamor to working out.
If you are thinking about starting an exercise program but are worried that your aches and pains will hold you back, try finding alternative solutions before giving up.
Health Mistakes From Your 20s That You'll Pay for Later Oh, and the sit-up -- you know, that exercise you had to do for a
No matter where I am in my travels, we can keep our appointments. I have to admit, I didn't have a good feeling about this -- sure, it was cheaper, but could it be effective? My answer is "yes." Yours may not be. There are definitely pros and cons to this, but they all boil down to the individual.
Personal trainers are technically skilled and oriented and passionate about helping people see very direct results, Ryce
First let's get our semantics straight. This list is about trends, not fads. The difference being that a fad is a phenomenon that blows up quickly, lasts only for a short time, then, fades away. A trend is something that gains momentum and can create long-term impact in the way people think or behave. In other words, a trend is a "movement."
If personal trainers spent all their time correcting the mistakes they see other people making, they'd never get anything done. So when I put out the call for trainers to chime in on the subject, I was practically flooded with responses.
A brushed and shiny coat. Designer clothes. A downy bed. Chef-inspired treats. What pet pooch doesn't deserve to be pampered
Drew Manning is an Author and Personal Trainer/Fitness Coach that has been through quite the journey! We were lucky enough to get the details of this journey in an interview with him, and we were totally blown away by what he was able to do.
Zachary Koval is a busy man: He's a personal trainer and life coach, primarily helping people with coming out or switching to a plant-based diet. We sat down to chat on a cold New York afternoon.