Blogs about Personal Training

Thursday, December 06, 2012 • Vista, CA 92081
KewlFit
More and more high end athletes are pre-cooling before their sport as research continues to be done on the enhanced performance benefits one receives. When conditioning/training the body’s central organs (specifically the liver, kidneys and intestines) rise significantly in temperature and can often times exceed 101 degrees. This causes water and blood to leave the muscles and race to the skin in an attempt to cool the individual down which will lead to fatigue as it depletes the muscles of oxygen and dehydrates them.
Thursday, November 29, 2012 • Bethesda, MD 20814
ERIC GREENBERG's Blog
www.bethesdapersonaltraining.com  The optimal workout is highly efficient, involves circuit and interval training, and focuses on compound exercises. 
Thursday, November 29, 2012 • Bethesda, MD 20814
ERIC GREENBERG's Blog
www.bethesdapersonaltraining.comMost people who are interested in personal training have at least one of the following common fitness goals: 1. Weight loss or a decrease in body fat percentage. (improvement in body composition)
Thursday, November 29, 2012 • Bethesda, MD 20814
ERIC GREENBERG's Blog
www.bethesdapersonaltraining.comMost people who are interested in personal training have at least one of the following common fitness goals: 1. Weight loss or a decrease in body fat percentage. (improvement in body composition)
Tuesday, November 27, 2012 • Uniontown, OH 44685
Just B Healthy & Fit
Mood Boosting, Energy Producing, Stress Releasing, Toxins Ridding, Disease Fighting, Strength Building... Find out how exercise can improve YOUR life!
Saturday, November 24, 2012 • Athens, AL 35611
  Balance Personal Training LLC
Holidays and special occasions are often difficult times to keep with your 'healthy eating' regime. The same goes for fitness professionals, which is the reason this topic came to mind.  Recently some friends and I met for lunch.  When the waiter asked for my order I felt all eyes on me.  It was as though the world had stopped...
Monday, November 19, 2012 • APO 96367
Jocelyn Martin's Blog
Thanksgiving!  Memories of fires in the chimney, smells of turkey wafting from the oven and my mom's voice coming from the kitchen, quickly come to mind.  I remember playing games with my family, chatting and laughing around the table as we all enjoyed mom and grandma's cooking and begging my dad to change the channel from all the boring football games (eventually he would fall asleep and we'd get to watch something else).  I don't ever remember worrying about how many calories I was consuming or whether or not the turkey was free-range org
Monday, November 19, 2012 • North Attleboro, MA 02763-1025
Christian Silvestri's Blog
1. Understand Their Cognitive AbilitiesAccording to the American Psychological Association, teens may be emotionally immature, but they have reached cognitive maturity by age 16 (Steinberg et al. 2009). By then they have developed reasoning skills, logical thinking, metacognition (thinking about their thinking) and abstract thinking (Huebner 2012). Don’t talk down to teens; instead, ensure that exercises make sense to them.
Sunday, November 11, 2012 • APO 96367
Jocelyn Martin's Blog
I love the off-season.  That part of my training where I don't have an event planned for awhile.  I get to look back over my last season (not a good one as I was plaqued with an injury!), look at what I learned, make the neccessary tweaks (more speed work, more time spent in the pool, more drills, less endurance runs, train certain muscle groups vs. others, etc) and plan for next season.  I always get a bit giddy!  The hope, opportunity and challenge the next season will hold!!!  I'm reinvigorated to start.