You know the old saying "you cannot see the forest through the trees?"
That explained me and my exercise routine. Although I have the expertise to write me own programs, my results were suffering. I was doing exercises that i wanted to do, not the ones I NEEDED to do.
If any of this sounds like you, let me be your online coach and watch your results skyrocket.
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Thanks and I hope your summer has been great so far.
ACE Certified Personal Trainer
The Balance Guy
Online Personal Trainer at Balance Guy Training
MAKING IT EASY.........................
When it comes to exercise/ nutrition there is a ton of info out in cyberspace, some good and some bad. When looking to make a change to your routine you can suffer from paralysis by analysis.
That's okay, that's what I'm here for. Let me cut out the noise and let me do the thinking for you with a program designed just for you by yours truly, for a fraction of the cost of in person training.
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BENEFITS OF ONLINE TRAINING..........................
I'm slightly biased but i think any and everyone who loves exercise should have the experience of having coach in there corner at least one time.
Online personal training makes this much easier because.........
1. More cost effective than one on one training. A single session can cost $65 and you can get a month with me for $100.
2. Individualized training just for you, not some workout a computer or magazine spat out.
3. You get to train on your own schedule and not just mine.
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Walking, running, going up and down stairs or playing your favorite sport. What do all these have in common? To some degree, all involve single leg balance. Putting one foot in front of the other.
For most of your life you tend favor one leg over the other.
For example, when kicking a ball on you're right foot, you're balancing on the left foot. The left leg is working harder to balance and stabilize the rest of you're body.
To offset that AND to improve your balance (plus you rear), do this
1. Body-weight split squat
A. To start, get into a half kneeling stance. To do this, get your right knee on the floor underneath right hip and your left foot forward, with heel underneath knee. Stand up. This is your correct stance.
B. Feel the weight on your left heel and your right toes. Initiate movement be dropping your right knee towards the ground. Making sure the right knee doesn't touch the floor. Should feel a slight stretch in the front of your right hip.
C. Push through your left heel to get back to standing position. Did you feel this in your left thigh and butt? You’re welcome.
D. Repeat steps A, B, and C on the opposite leg. If you feel unbalanced (aren't we all) or feel any undue pain, do the supported split squat below.
2. Supported Split Squat
A. Repeat the steps A, B,C above but stand next to something sturdy like a pole or the edge of a piece of furniture. You this for support. Do 15 reps.
B. When you can do 15 perfect reps (on both legs) with a lite grip try the unassisted version above.
Get them right here right now......straight from the horses mouth :)