Personal fitness training has been shown to improve your brain health, help manage weight, reduce the risk of disease, strengthen bones and muscles, and improve your ability to do everyday activities. Working with a personal trainer ensures you how to implement moves correctly, perfect your form, and know what body part every exercise is targeting. We also find alternatives to moves that may cause injuries or make you uncomfortable.
As a Remote Personal Trainer, At-Home Boot Camp, Virtual Personal Trainer, and Christian Fitness Trainer, I am often asked how I can help my clients reach their full potential. The truth is personal training is not just about going to the gym and lifting weights. It is about taking a holistic approach to your health and wellness, focusing on your physical, mental, and spiritual well-being.
In this blog, I will share with you some of the ways that a personal trainer can help you achieve your fitness goals and live your best life.
A lack of self-motivation, boredom with exercise, or having been injured recently, a fear of being injured are all challenges faced when attempting to stay fit. Inconvenience and insufficient time to exercise are also commonly associated with going to the gym and working out.
As a Christian fitness trainer and founder of Flesh Tamers Fitness, I am passionate about helping people achieve their health and fitness goals. Whether you are looking to lose weight, build muscle, improve your sports performance, or just feel better overall, working with a personal trainer can make a huge difference. In this comprehensive guide, I will explain the benefits of working with a personal trainer and how my services as a remote personal trainer, at-home boot camp trainer, and virtual personal trainer can help you achieve your goals.
When I was at around mile six of my fourteen-mile treadmill session yesterday, I became acutely aware that I was not motivated to be there. The treadmill has that effect on me. Any other time of the year I would have shut it down and called it at 10k. But not now. I'm in the middle of a sixteen-week training program for my next marathon.
Although I wasn't motivated to be there, I was dedicated to reaching my training target. Now, I know I didn't have to hit those fourteen miles exactly. Time and effort are the key metric for…
Hitting the gym after a long absence can be daunting as fitness levels will be lower, confidence may be lacking, and getting back into a routine is challenging. So, it’s best to work with a fitness professional that can train you safely and progressively. However, not all personal fitness trainers have the skills, knowledge, and empathy to get results.
Although distinct aspects of your whole being operate independently, they're still connected. At some point, they come together to create the best version of yourself. That explains why your physical and mental states are co-related. Balance in one area is easily transferred to another. Try these strategies to help develop physical toughness to build mental toughness.