1. Sometimes you just got a keeper client moving.

    As a personal fitness trainer and a weight-loss specialist. There are times when clients come to me not that into or prepared to work out. This happens to any level athlete, competitor or average Joe. There is a saying in the fitness business, 30% today is better than 100% tomorrow. What that means is just to the best you can and get a workout. You don't have to break records or be very strenuous.…Read More

  2. The importance of a mini physical rehabilitation program in every workout session.

    In all my daily personal training session for my clients, in every session I incorporate some sort of physical rehabilitation. It is very important to know the limitations, imbalances and other issues with my clients. As a personal trainer is my responsibility to make sure that my clients reach their goals safely and effectively without any major issues. The major issues I am talking about his mus…Read More

  3. A proper warm-up, a personal trainer’s secret to a productive workout.

        One key important element that I see with people training in the gym is that they don't warm up properly. Most people either will do a cardiovascular machine until they break a sweat. And then they may progress to doing some resistance training or bodyweight training. Of course they start out with a lighter weight and they progress to increase the resistance. There's more to it than …Read More

  4. What to eat after a workout?

    In my private fitness studio in Cliffside Park, New Jersey, I have many discussions with my clients on what to eat after a workout. There are so many different answers and theories on this simple question. As a personal fitness trainer, it is my responsibility to make sure my clients are knowledgeable about what they eat after a workout session. I tried to give them a few options so I can take the…Read More