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Benefits of Personal Fitness Training For Women

Benefits of Personal Fitness Training For Women
Women are more conscious about how they look than men and for this reason they should consider undertaking fitness training. Fitness training has a lot of benefits to offer to women and it is important for every woman to make fitness training part of their lives.
Previously, only a small fraction of women used to take fitness training seriously. This is because they were either celebrities or body builders. Fitness trainers had always been associated with these groups of people and that is the reason why many women think that fitness trainers only offer services suitable for these people. 
It is time now for women to understand that fitness and personal training has taken a new direction and the services of a personal trainer can even be enjoyed by stay at home moms.
Whether you are employed full time or staying at home, you can all take advantage of personal training. Every woman in the world wants to look attractive and everyone wants to wear those skinny jeans and leggings they used to wear when they were in school. Being overweight or being out of shape can have negative impact on your health, self esteem and can also reduce your confidence levels. 
Some women who are fat do not usually like to go out as they make others stare at them. To overcome these problems, the best thing a woman can do is fitness training. However, if you are looking to spend a little more for your looks and shape, you can hire a personal trainer.
With the help of fitness training or a personal trainer, you will be able to lose weight. Losing weight will help you to get in shape gradually. Moreover, it will further help you to tone your body and after couple of months you will get a perfect shape. In fact a perfect figure which everyone will definitely admire.






Personal Training and Weight Loss

Personal Training and Weight Loss
Personal training is a great option for those who dread going about the weight loss process alone. Some of the benefits that the trainers offer are motivation when you are not at your best and help in keeping you on track to lose those unsightly inches around your waist. They are also there to insure that you are getting the most out of every workout.
Since many of you have never had a personal trainer, you may think that they are there to just help you to exercise better. In fact certified personal trainers do much more. The following are some of the evaluations that he or she might perform on you.

Some of the first things that he or she will do for you is to analyze your present fitness level with a series of simple tests and questions. This information helps to establish a health history that will be used to assess your risk factors before starting an exercise program.
If need be, the trainer may recommend a medical exam. This may happen, for example if you have a history of heart disease or other cardiovascular problems, if you are taking prescription drugs, or if you have been injured recently.

Once the preliminary assessment has taken place and the trainer has determined that you're fit enough to start a program, you will then get into more of the specifics about the goals and objectives that you would like to obtain. But before a specific program is prescribed, they may also perform more assessments such as body mass index, the determination of body fat or some of the following.
To determine your level of cardio fitness, the trainer may have you perform some physical exertion tests. By determining this, he or she can better understand your cardio endurance and capacity level. Typically the exercise will involve running or walking.

Since you will eventually perform a range of different exercises, your going to need to be flexible. As such the trainer may perform a flexibility assessment on you. After a proper warmup, a common test that is performed is a sit-and-reach.
This test not only helps him or her to asses the flexibility of your hamstrings and hip, but also your lower back. This is important because of the significant number of people who complain of lower back problems.

Another assessment that the trainer may make has to do with your body alignment, that is your posture. Posture problems can play a central role in joint and muscle problems. Determining and correcting your posture can help to alleviate nagging aches and pains that you may have. And it is more than just knowing how to stand correctly. Proper posture should also be followed when you walk, sit, and also when you perform exercises.

3 Tips for Choosing the Best Exercise Program

3 Tips for Choosing the Best Exercise Program
It's not always easy to figure out which exercise program is best for you. Part of the reason is because infomercials distort reality, and make us think we need more than we actually do. What I mean by that is: 3% body fat, solid muscle, 6 pack abs, butt of steel, etc., which can only be accomplished by practically killing yourself.
One of the things that makes them so successful at getting us to buy into their philosophy, is that we don't really think about what kind of shape we want to be in. We just think about getting IN shape. We don't honestly think about how we'd like to look, in a realistic fashion. So, we see these guys in the infomercial and naturally think this is what being healthy and in shape looks like.
The other reason they're successful is because we tend to be impulse buyers. We see a P90x infomercial and think to ourselves, "I've always wanted a body that looks like that!" Most likely, that's the body we wanted when we were a teenager.
Fact is, being healthy and in good shape has nothing to do with those infomercials. Being healthy is simply eating right, staying within the weight range of your height and age, and exercising 30 minutes a day. When I say "exercising," I'm not talking about killing yourself, I'm talking about getting in two to three days of aerobics, and two to three days of resistance training. That's honestly all it takes.
So, here are 3 tips to help you decide which exercise program is best for you. Grab yourself a notebook and get ready to write it all down.
1. How do you want your body to look? The best way to decide is to stand naked in front of a mirror. Look at yourself from the front, the back, and from the side. Talk about motivation! What changes would you like to make, and be realistic. If you're big-boned, don't imagine yourself as a small boned woman. If you're a man, don't imagine having broad shoulders if you don't already have them.

2. Now that you know what you want, write down all the sports activities you've loved through the years. Don't leave out a thing. Did you play basketball, or just love to shoot hoops? Volleyball? Tennis? Bowling? Martial arts? Skateboarding? Skating?

What about non-sports stuff like walking, aerobic videos, jumping rope, hula hoops, dancing or trampoline?

Why are we doing this? Because, the key to finding the right program, is finding something you've always loved to do.
3. Pick out one or more of your favourites. Are they challenging enough to help you meet your fitness goals? Is it a mixture of aerobics and resistance training?

If it's something like volleyball, basketball, etc. you can check your local Community Center and find out if there are any leagues you can join.
Ask friends and see if they know of any leagues, or if they'd like to put something together with you. You could challenge each other's business, church or synagogue.
Whatever you decide, at least now you know what you want for your life, so the next time you see an infomercial tempting you to buy something that's more than you need to meet your goals - you'll be able to say no and save a lot of money in the process.


What Is The Best Exercise Program For You?

What Is The Best Exercise Program For You?
Does A Program Producing Benefits and Results Work Best For You? Or one you develop personally and enjoy and most?
The answer to both of these questions is... YES! ...YES!
The fact is that exercise, like so many other things in life, comes in many shapes and sizes? When you look at various programs, you can see no one is the same. In fact, you must choose the one that is best for and works for you.
There are many programs that may suit you and many programs you can use! Today, however, we would like to discuss the many benefits you can receive from the many programs available.

Maybe you prefer a program that would be guaranteed to add muscle strength, flexibility, and lose weight anytime, anywhere, and without equipment! Or, maybe you prefer a program that helps you train entirely at home or during your lunch hour!
Perhaps a program that gets you away from the crowed gym or heavy traffic. Perhaps one that allows you the freedom to get your work-outs wherever, whenever, at a time convenient to you.
EITHER WAY YOU DEFINITELY NEED A PROGRAM!
You should know that in the 21st century there are not many people getting their exercise through work. History shows us that only one brief century ago, about 25% of all energy used for both agriculture and industry depended on human muscle power.
Because of modern technology, we have replaced all the physical chores of daily living with devices capable of doing the heavy work for us. When was the last time we needed heavy physical work for our existence? Instead, we have replaced physical work with mental work.
WHY IS THIS A PROBLEM NOW?
Years ago work activities were used to prevent physical ailments. Today, work activities are hardly used and our full physical potential is not used to its capacity.

In fact, we have shown how modern society has created a hidden energy crisis built upon the lack of physical activity or exercise. Unfortunately, the human body needs this physical activity and exercise to prevent diseases and reach its full potential.
What you really need is an EXERCISE program fitting your lifestyle and capturing your interests. Something providing you with proven results, is hassle-free, and can be done in the shortest time possible. You need to start a program that you continue to follow through on for the rest of your life.
Modern science is showing that as far as preventive medicine is concerned, exercise may be the best remedy!

You owe it to yourself to enhance your physical fitness in the easiest, shortest, most convenient time possible. out how.