Where can you find a personal basketball trainer?

Playing basketball involves more than just enjoying a team sport. For some, playing basketball means a chance at an athletic scholarship or exploring a career as a coach at some point. Others may be playing in a local park league for fun and recreation. No matter why you may be playing basketball, you probably want […]

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How Personal Trainers Work

The CDC reports that 37.5 percent of Americans suffer from obesity, which can lead to weight-related issues like heart disease, hypertension, and diabetes. Working out with a personal trainer will help you focus on your personal health and improve your overall level of fitness. When it comes to training clients, every personal trainer has their […]

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6 Tips for Finding a Personal Trainer on a Budget

So many people are under the impression that working with a personal trainer is strictly for those with endless amounts of disposable income. That could not be farther from the truth! There are plenty of ways for anyone to find a personal trainer for less money than they may expect. Affordable options exist and are […]

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What’s another word for a personal trainer?

Personal trainers, health fitness specialists, and fitness coaches educate and motivate clients in physical fitness, including cardiovascular exercise (exercises specifically for the heart and blood system), weight training, and stretching for increased flexibility. They work with people of all skill levels, and you can find them in almost every fitness center. More recently, physical rehabilitation […]

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Personal Training Clients With Arthritis

Although arthritis is a common disorder, it’s one that’s not well understood. In reality, arthritis is not a single disease: It’s an informal way of referencing pain of the joints. Currently, there are more than 100 different kinds of arthritis and related conditions. People of all races, gender, and ages can develop arthritis, and it’s […]

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Personal Trainers for Diabetics

According to the Center for Disease Control, one in three American adults could have diabetes by 2050. Exercise, whether cardiovascular or strength training, is considered one of the most effective lifestyle changes someone can make to ward off diabetes. It’s also been shown that regular exercise has a profound effect for those who are at […]

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I Need a Personal Trainer, but I Can’t Afford One

Deciding on change requires commitment. Setting new fitness goals and following through require effort. With or without a personal trainer, an individual needs to assess his or her mental state of preparedness. The beginning stages of change involve contemplation. When you move beyond contemplation, you’re ready to prepare, then act. Know your motivation for doing […]

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10 Office-Friendly Workouts for Your Lunch Break

Work life can get monotonous, especially if you sit in the same spot all day, doing pretty much the same thing you do every day. Of course, work is work, but your body is your temple, and it deserves to be kept active! In fact, many studies have shown that an individual with an active […]

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Work Your Bod – An 80s Workout Playlist

I’m a musician and all-around music lover, so when I’m power-walking, dancing, or plyometric-ing, I have to pump some sweet beats to keep me moving. Since my music tastes span many different moments in time, I thought it would be fun to create a Workout Playlist series based on decades. And starting with the 80s […]

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5 Holistic Health Goals for the New Year

Ahhh, there’s nothing like a fresh year on the horizon! It’s that time when you can hit the reset button and reform your lifestyle, reshape your expectations, revive your dreams, and redo your attempts at meeting goals from the previous year. When a new year begins, it’s common to join a gym, pledge to eat […]

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