I see a lot of people throughout my day. Some I see for weight loss and some I see for strength. No matter the client I see, most have had a mental barrier at some point. One the most important things I've learned as a trainer is letting go of clients for much more needed help. I don't mean "let go" in the sense that they aren't doing what I say so I'm going to fire them. I mean in the sense that I know I can no longer help them.
When I come into class and see people coming back and feeling and looking better. Even just the look on their face, you can see how much of a difference it makes to start exercising. That makes me want to jump for joy. I see it almost every day. http://data.baltimoresun.com/b/fitness-heroes-2015/profiles/unger.html
3 Good Reasons to Do Strength TrainingA well-rounded fitness routine involves more than walking, running, biking, or swimming 5 days a week. Sure, aerobic workouts are key to getting and staying fit. But it’s important to mix in some strength training, too.
Eric C Greenberg's Biography.Eric C. Greenberg, MD, CPT's Biography Eric Greenberg, MD, CPT is a personal trainer certified by the American College of Sports Medicine. He lives in Bethesda, 9305 Old Georgetown Road next to the YMCA a mile north of Suburban Hospital. Dr. Greenberg has a lifetime commitment to personal health, fitness, and sports and is dedicated to helping others peruse this commitment. Dr.
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.