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Vigorfit Vs Total Trainer Dlx Iii
Depends on the trainer, the facility and the part of the country in which you live. I have seen training as low as $20 per hour and as high as $300 per hour - and I'm sure the range is even larger than that.
The key is to get what you need and don't spend more than you can afford.
A good pair of shoes and a brisk 22 min walk every day is free (after you buy the shoes). ...Read more
You don't have to: Personal trainers are for those who want personalized help with their fitness routine. They are not for everyone, most definitely. ...Read more
As much as you want.: They will ask you some questions - and you may choose to not answer them if it makes you uncomfortable in any way. Tell your trainer your goals, your past success' and failures, your prior injuries (if any), and your "barriers" which are the things that seem to get between you and great fitness. That will help the trainer help you. The rest you can 'play be ear'! ...Read more
Convenience: The main benefit is convenience of not having to go anywhere. Unless your home gym is totally lavish, typically the better equipment and more variety is available at a gym. The environment of the gym might be more conducive since everyone is working out. However, if you value privacy then in-home is better. You must also weigh the security of having a trainer in your home. ...Read more
Expensive, but...: It makes exercise expensive, but the investment helps keep you going. A trainer can also help you avoid injury, while pushing you to full effort! However, the mouth is the strongest muscle going, so watch what goes in. Proper nutrition is more important, but exercise is second! ...Read more
Local Colleges: You can probably go online and check with local community colleges in your area to see if they have such a program to fit your needs. Good luck to you. ...Read more
Depends on issue: If you have recently had a heart attack or heart event such as an angioplasty, or if you have lung disease, there is a class of specialist known as cardiac (heart) or pulmonary (lung) rehab who are especially trained in improving exercise tolerance in people with diseases in those areas. Your pcp may be able to specifically direct you to exercise physiologists or physiatrists who can also help. ...Read more
Depends: Nothing is set in concrete. There are no hard and fast rules. ...Read more
For most people,: This would be too aggressive a goal. A personal trainer would likely be helpful if you are also working on nutrition. Eat healthfully ; be physically active. Calories burned must > calories consumed. You can mix ; match different kinds of physical exercise. This site can help you determine calories burned for > 100 activities: http://www. Prohealth. Com/weightloss/tools/exercise/calculator1_2.Cfm. ...Read more
Ask and set goals: The best way to ensure this is to be open and selective upfront with the trainer and let them know that you are focused on a long term relationship. Ask to sit down with the trainer to set long term goals for your fitness, diet, weight, and psychology. Look them in the eye and ask if they will be with you long term. People don't like to break the trust of clients and doing this upfront will help. ...Read more
Don't know: That is a question for a technician or personal trainer familiar with that type of device and the settings. ...Read more
Ask for help: Follow the direction on the machine. Consider increase the incline if possible. Ask the gym staff how to do it. ...Read more
Just ask trainer: Best bet is to simply ask your trainer up front. ...Read more
30 min: Per day 6-7 days a week min. ...Read more
When they have a-: -goal in mind & have no real plan on how to arrive there. A personal trainer AT-C, can help you set up a program for strength and cardio on alternative workouts, designed to you needs and abilities. ...Read more
Talk first then deci: Everyone can have a bad day. While I think the trainer acted unprofessionally and was inappropriate, give him/her the chance to apologize and take responsibility for his anger. The trainer is there to support/help, not to attack. This may a break through leading to a better relationship. If the temper flares again, find new trainer and agree on a trial period of several sessions to check out the. ...Read more
I've been working out w/ a personal trainer a couple xs a week or so since end Oct. I've lost give or take 10lbs is that good?
Work out = wt loss: Yes.Get a more detailed answer ›
Cousin hasn't worked out in many years but trainer still worked him too hard and he developed rhabdomyolysis. Shouldn't the trainer have known better?
Yes, he should have.: Some trainers are task masters, which is perfectly fine if the person they are training has been conditioned to a high level of fitness. I always recommend that when someone starts a new athletic program, it is extremely important to start easy and work up gradually. Very sorry this happened to your cousin. Send the medical bills to the trainer. ...Read more
Despite working out four to five times a week with a trainer, I have gained close to 15 pounds in 8 months. I also rarely sleep through the nigh. Help!?
Calories: U really need a healthy diet that has fewer carbohydrates and fats and increased reliance on vegetables to lose weight effectively. Jogging and swimming can burn between 100 cal a mile to five or 600 cal an hour when swimming. 3500 cal is equal to 1 pound of fat so you can see it takes a lot of exercise. You need to work on diet as well. ...Read more
If they don't have a: Good understanding of anatomy, gym equipment and how to build muscle safely - it could be beneficial. ...Read more
It is best: To be trained on how to use each piece of equipment properly. After you have become proficient at each station, a trainer would no longer be as important. ...Read more
Fat burner: Yes if you exercise and burn more calories than you eat. Very easy ...Read more
Both: Both will cause your rate to increase which leads to good aerobic activity. ...Read more
44F. Works out with trainer 2x/week for 1 hour x 2 months. Feel better but haven't lost a pound. Eat fairly well. Don't know what else to do.?
Working out not enuf:
Working out is good and you're wise to do it, but let's face it. It isn't sufficient to produce weight loss. Why? Because the calories you burn in 1 hours can be replaced by the eating you do in 3 minutes. Weight loss is ONLY accomplished by reduced caloric intake. Exercise is helpful but no substitute. Check out: http://www. Caloriecount. Com/
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