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Life Fitness Cross Trainer
Motivation: Determination, vigilance and avoidance of injury are key. Success is up to you. But, opportunities to be of help to those who wish to become more fit are everywhere. We need more people like you! ...Read more
Ageless is best: Some exercises are classics. They have been shown over time to result in muscle contraction/tone/definition. Some movements like tai chi (taiji) have been used for centuries and shown by recent studies to enhance balance, eg. So it is best to ask trainers about the benefits/risks of exercises and any studies that have effect on fitness. If the trainers do not know, perhaps they are outdated. #acsm. ...Read more
Hard to say,: It's mostly a comfort and mobility issue. If you have any mobility issues then larger balls will be easier to get up from. Then you next issues will be what you plan on doing with them, different exercise require different sizes and that's bit too complicated to answer in this short space. ...Read more
Healthy type 1 diab. Fitness trainer, started eating cleaner to help lose 10 lbs. I gained 3. I wk out 6 days/wk circuit and kickboxing. Help!
Do not distress!: You have started exercising w/ a trainer. You are doing everything right. You are probably gaining muscle at a faster rate than your a losing fat. It is a simultaneous process, except muscle weighs more than fat. This is normal and reassuring. The good news is that this muscle metabolizes more glucose. This is just the beginning investment time - the payoff is coming! keep going with your program! ...Read more
I am a fitness trainer. Should my client take out his tracheostomy tube when we do more intense workouts so that he can breathe better?
No: Tracheostomies are placed in patients when they are not able to breathe on their own without it. If a patient has a tracheostomy tube then removing it may make breathing more difficult. This could be very dangerous. The patient needs to discuss when and if to remove this with their physician. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not sure how to respond to dr. Singhs question he asked me, but i will here and hope he gets it. No alcohol, never has. She is a fitness trainer 49 yo. They did an us showed normal liver. ?
Height 5' 10" weight 63 kg going to gym 5 days a week....My fitness trainer is suggesting me mass gainer supplement of on company shud i go for it?
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