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Personal Training 101
Better Booty on a Budget
Personal training costs range from $50 an hour up to $350 an hour, depending on where you live. Denverbased personal trainer Jennifer Kenny suggests splitting the cost among friends. have your cronies to motivate you and you pay a fraction of the cost of a oneonone session, said Kenny. Keeping the class size manageable is key. No more than three to a class ensures the workouts still maintain a good measure of individualized attention. You can also save money by reducing the frequency of your trainersupervised sessions once you have a solid foundation and know your way around the weight room. Instead of two or three times a week, see your trainer once a month. Get a workout plan that you can implement on your own. Come back the next month and get a new plan. This way, your trainer can still track your progress.
Check for credentials. Anyone can call himself a personal trainer; however, educational programs are available for trainers, each requiring varying coursework, workshops, testing and costs. Bureau of Labor Statistics. To set standards for this growth and protect customers, the National Commission for Certifying Agencies (NCCA) accredits certification programs in the fitness industry. Do you want to lose 10 lbs. by swimsuit season, run a 10K, or simply feel better on a daily basis and improve longevity? Celebrity trainer Jamie Milnes said, come to me for three main reasons: to look better, to improve their health and to perform better. Milnes has trained a host of celebrities, including Harrison Ford, Natasha Bedingfield and Cindy Crawford. If you a 45yearold woman, but your trainer usually works with 20something gym rats, it might not be a match made in bodybuilding heaven. Ideally, you want a trainer who relates to your particular fitness level. If you have injuries or chronic health problems, that even more important. As Milnes explained, can go out and beat you up. A good trainer knows how to make adjustments based on your age, health and any special health conditions. Certain styles will keep you pumped up, while others will give you a headache. The only way to know for sure is to go through an actual training session. Many trainers will give you the first session free. Does your trainer surround himself with a quality entourage? Ideally, your trainer inner circle should be composed in part of medical professionals. Good trainers have longstanding relationships with competent professionals who know sports medicine, physical therapy and nutrition. More doctors are prescribing fitness as the best medicine and are actively seeking out trainers as referral partners. Your family doctor might have a great trainer in mind for you. Don overlook likeability. You going to be sweating it out with your trainer at least twice a week in most cases. You need to share personal information about your health and wellness. At the very least,[url=http://www.holisteroutlet.cc]hollister outlet[/url], you should enjoy this person company.
A standardized fitness assessment from the Mayo Clinic based on a program designed by the President's Council on Physical Fitness and Sports looks at four key areas: aerobic fitness, muscular fitness, flexibility and body composition. Keep these in mind when you communicate your goals. Your trainer should start with an overall assessment of your health, including a bodyfat analysis. Talk candidly with your trainer about what you hope to accomplish, and be ready to accept frank feedback. you commit to at least two days a week, you see results in the first month, said Jennifer Kenny, a Denverbased personal trainer. Then, be patient. Super bodies don evolve overnight, even for the cameraready Hollywood types. of the biggest reasons people drop out from a training program is the unrealistic expectation that weight training is a silver bullet, said Kenny. You should look at it as one component in an overall plan for good health. Eating right, other forms of exercise and overall balance should also be part of the mix. can expect to hit the gym a couple of times a week, eat whatever you want and still meet your goals, Kenny said. Sporadic exercise of any kind seldom yields results. A good trainer will continually mix up your routine and come up with new and creative ways to help you stay motivated. Don be shy about suggesting something you like to try. Remember, throwing money at someone to help you sculpt a better body won't replace hard work and dedication. Half the battle is finding the right person up front, before you ever break a sweat. with a personal trainer should be a great experience, said Milnes. In the end, most trainers and experts agree: Major results boil down to the client determination and readiness to incorporate fitness into a healthy lifestyle for the long haul.
I had worked with a trainer and she was great. I just was not in the right mind set at the time. You can have the world's best trainer, but if you don't have the right head set, you will not get results. I have recently lost 20 pounds (I have more to lose) and have learned that sustained weight loss can only come with both diet and exercise and that you need to truly change the bad habits that got you heavy to begin with.
I have lost the weight by watching my calories, never letting myself feel deprived and walking every day in SmartSole exercise insoles. I read about them on my weight watchers board and the code ww10 gives you a 10% discount.
I also always use a pedometer to make sure I get in 10,000 steps daily which is 2 miles. I have not found a pedometer that I am crazy about yet. I also have a coconut water as a treat when I finish my brisk walk.
I never worked out in my life then met a lady married to a personal trainer and thought I'd try it. I didn't belong to a gym so we met at a park twice a week right through the summer. That was last June. I joined a gym in November so we'd have a place to meet through winter. Who the heck knew I'd like working out?! Nobody told me I could have fun. I just finally bench pressed 50 lbs and want to do more. We did The Death March through the park the first day we met and I had to ask him to stop so I could breathe; very embarrassing!! Now I workout Tu Th nights for an hour or so and do 45 min on the elliptical at level 10 and 90 min on Sat. with my trainer. So if you can find one, go for it. You might find out you love the challenge like I did!
I have been walking and trying to work out for over a year. On my own I lost 70 lbs then went up and down 10 lbs for 5 months while I continued to work out. If you asked me a month ago if I worked hard in my work outs I would have said yes, if you ask me today if I worked hard a month ago I would say no not at all. Its perspective, technique, and having someone who knows the my limits better than I do. Best $ I have ever put down. I am sure I will use a trainer foe the next several months.
Like someone has mentioned before u absolutely need to be in the right mindset for anything to work.
I'm a 20something healthy woman who has always been at the ideal weight for my height and age. I had a personal trainer a couple of years back to help tone myself, but aside from the time I spent with the trainer, the rest of my life was the same and I did not see the results at all.
Any kind of transformation requires a change in thinking and lifestyle. I committed to that 2 months back and without a trainer, I'm already in the best shape of my life incorporating healthy habits! I think it's about finding out what works best for you the trainer cannot do that for you unless you are equally sincere. With all the information that's available today, I personally think it's not necessary to have to spend on a trainer. It should not be used as a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. LIVESTRONG is a registered trademark of the LIVESTRONG Foundation. Moreover, we do not select every advertiser or advertisement that appears on the web sitemany of the advertisements are served by third party advertising companies.
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