Blogs about Fitness Instructor

Thursday, November 03, 2016 • Albuquerque, NM 87114
Crystal dynamismstarfitness  Blog
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Tuesday, November 01, 2016 • Albuquerque, NM 87114
Crystal dynamismstarfitness  Blog
So today included to daily duties of mother hood! Cleaning, cooking and back again. Teaching and also trying to study for the ACE Health Coach CERT. Husband, got ill last night may be that horrid candy he only had 2. As a result he came home early from work and rested up. Bummer vibes. Get well soon hubbs.Nutrition Goals Going well. I did not log but soon as I'm done Creating my Blog post:) Ill do the logging. I log my food Through My Fittness Pal app. Its great for macro logging and Calorie goals.
Tuesday, November 01, 2016 • Washington, DC
TRUE Health and Wholeness
Striving to accomplish something meaningful will make you (sometimes painfully) aware of the areas of your life where you fall short—your faults, your
Monday, October 17, 2016 • Athens, TX 75751
Miranda Perry's Blog
One of the most common fitness class misconceptions that I encounter is the notion that you have to be at a certain level of fitness or have some sort of expert knowledge or experience to join the class. This is so false! Fitness classes are designed to help you get fit, or maintain your level of physical fitness. There is no requirement that you need to possess a certain amount of skill to join a class, or that you have to ‘be good enough’ to take the class.
Sunday, October 16, 2016 • Athens, TX 75751
Miranda Perry's Blog
Since opening in August 2015, I’ve been asked numerous times if I have a drop-in rate for classes. Some of the reasons people give for desiring drop-in rates are that they want to try the class to see if they like it first (understandable) or that they’re too busy to regularly attend classes, which let’s face it, most people are overbooked these days. 
Sunday, August 28, 2016 • San Francisco, CA
Annika Kahn's Blog
Posture is an essential part of our vitality, health and energy. When our posture is poor we have less energy flow. When our energy flows are suboptimal, the central nervous system may perceive this as a threat resulting in giving the “cold shoulder” to the paths of connective tissue in the body. The less communication, the more we perceive unpleasant sensations, or pain.
Friday, July 01, 2016 • Bellevue, WA 98004
Michael Bowman's Blog
I came across an article today that lists 50 body weight movements that one can do anywhere. As a personal trainer, I always encourage clients, family, and friends to workout outside of the studio or gym in order to burn a few extra calories, maintain motivation, etc.