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Bootcamp Trainer Core and Abs

Roswell GA Bootcamp Trainer for the Core

This is Maxim Nazaire,  your Roswell GA  Bootcamp Trainer for the Core and Abs.   Our exercise for today is again another abdominal exercise to help you tighten those abs. We all want to workout those ab muscles. This exercise is called the hold the world. So let’s have a seat on the ground here. First things first,  stick your arms out so it can help maintain your  balance.  Here is the link to see the video on Youtube if you want to follow via video!

https://youtu.be/jPadyz-Roas

The next step is to take your feet off the ground. Notice that your knees are bent, your feet are off the ground, and arms are out to the side. That’s what helps with your balance. Take that naval in toward the spine. Your back should be in a nice straight line.  Ok, so now that you have the angle here, breathe through the nose and out through the mouth, taking in the naval and bringing it into the spine.

 

Roswell GA Bootcamp Trainer Core and Abs

Nice job, relax. Great, so when you master that and when I say mastery you are able to do it for a minute or so. We are going to transition into Russian twists.

Ok, so you are going to do the same whole the world position, bring the hands together now, ok and then we are going to twist it from side to side, and we are going to twist from the shoulders. You should aim to touch the ground from side to side, still maintaining that core integrity, breathing in and breathing out.  Wonderful  job!  

 

Be sure to Check out our YouTube Page it’s Fit2DMax- Roswell GA Personal Training.

 

 

Also, if you are ever in the Roswell, GA area, feel free to come out and visit our Fit2DMax Roswell GA Bootcamp Trainer Core.  Here is our information:

 

 
Fit2DMax – Roswell GA Personal Training
408 South Atlanta St. #155
Roswell, GA 30075
Phone: (404) 913-2629
Website: http://www.roswellgapersonaltraining.com/
Email: fit2dmax.info@gmail.com

 

 

Now remember you can be fit or you can be Fit2DMax, Spiritually, Mentally, and Physically Strong. Take care and god bless.

Find a personal trainer

Find a Personal Trainer Using the ‘The 3 P’s’

Find a personal trainerFor those who are trying to find a personal trainer to boost their results in the gym, it can sometimes be very confusing to choose only one.  What qualities should you look for in a personal trainer?  Do you want someone more aggressive who is going to push you past your current limitations?  Or do you need someone more nurturing in their approach?  Everyone has different needs, and every fitness instructor is different.  But all personal trainers should have the same essential qualities that we like to call The 3 P’s.

1.  Patience

A professional personal trainer should understand that every client is different.  What works for one client may not work for another.  Upon your first meeting, he or she should perform an overall assessment of your current level of fitness and your individual personal goals.  They should also be able to adapt their workout pace according to the rate of progress of each client.  Fitness training is not a “one size fits all” activity.  While you generally want someone who is going to motivate you to achieve greater and greater heights, you also don’t want to be made to feel inferior along the way.

2.  Personality

Before interviewing potential candidates, it’s usually a good idea to define the type of personality that you want in a personal trainer.  You want someone who is going to fit well with your own personality traits.  Are you straight-forward and to-the-point when you communicate?  Then perhaps you need a trainer who is “all business” in the gym.  Do you prefer someone who is more laid back and sociable?   Then take a look around the gym and start watching how each personal trainer interacts with their clients.  Everyone has a unique personality, including personal trainers.  Choose one that complements your own disposition.

3.  Professionalism

In your attempt to find a personal trainer, the final choice should be someone that you can trust.  And while it is important to develop a close relationship with your trainer, there also needs to be a certain level of professionalism at all times.  You can tell the good from the bad quite easily once you begin watching them as you work out in the gym.  Do they like to flirt with other gym members?  Is their attention focused strictly on the client?  Or are they too busy looking at themselves in the mirror?  What are they wearing?  Is it professional, somewhat plain attire?  You can tell a great deal about a personal trainer just by watching how they interact with others in the gym, staff included.

Find a personal trainer that fits your needs, not the needs of others.

Many people like to ask family and friends for recommendations before choosing a personal trainer, but it’s important to remember that you might have very different personal fitness goals and a different combination of personality traits that you want in a personal trainer.  After narrowing down your options to a few candidates, don’t be afraid to conduct a short interview with each of them.  Be honest, and ask questions.  Most personal trainers are always happy to help in any way possible, even if it means recommending one of their colleagues who might be a better fit.  For more information on how to find a personal trainer, contact Fit2DMax today.

Exercise and Weight Loss

Exercise and Weight Loss for the Body, Mind, and Spirit

Exercise and Weight LossMany of us first join a fitness club for the combined benefits of exercise and weight loss.  Others want to bulk up and gain muscle mass.  But did you know that there are some wonderful secret benefits that many fitness enthusiasts rarely discuss?  It’s true.  Exercise offers tremendous benefits for the body, mind, and spirit.

It is not uncommon to feel somewhat intimidated of joining a new gym.  The underlying fear of possibly walking onto the gym floor while surrounded by perfectly toned physiques and buff bodies often keeps many people from joining.  But for those of us who keep coming back, this fear and anxiety quickly disappears.  People of all shapes, sizes, ages, and backgrounds go to the gym.  In fact, many lifelong fitness enthusiasts keep exercising well into their golden years for a wide range of reasons other than exercise and weight loss.

Exercise for the Body

  • Exercise helps to boost the immunity system.
  • Improved immunity means fewer sick days.
  • For those recovering from a chronic illness, a regular workout routine can help expedite the healing process.
  • Others workout to prevent disease or possible injury from an otherwise active lifestyle.
  • Working out gives us more physical energy and stamina throughout the day.  We can get more done and at a faster rate.

Exercise for the Mind

  • Did you know that going to the gym can make you smarter?  Cardiovascular exercise can produce exercise can produce new brain cells and improve overall performance.
  • Exercise can also help us to focus better and concentrate longer.
  • With this newly increased attention span, we witness a better and faster decision-making process.
  • Exercise also sharpens the memory by increasing cell production of the area of the brain called the hippocampus.
  • Medical studies show that exercise can also prevent exercise can also prevent cognitive decline in later years.

Exercise for the Spirit

  • Exercise increases the body’s production of endorphins, which create feelings of happiness and euphoria.
  • Getting sweaty at the gym causes the body to slow down its production of cortisol levels that can cause feelings of stress and anxiety.
  • For recovering addicts, physical activity stimulates dopamine production, the “reward chemical” that keeps us addicted to so many things, like drugs, alcohol, food, or even shopping.
  • Exercise is a natural cure for chronic depression.  According to WebMD, “regular exercise seems to encourage the brain to rewire itself in positive ways.”
  • Medical studies show that those who exercise witness a surge in creativity for about two hours afterward.

While exercise and weight loss may be initial reasons for joining a gym, most of us begin to discover the other secret benefits fairly quickly.  As we begin to see positive results and a new physical transformation, we also become more confident and assertive, which can help us physically, mentally, emotionally, and even socially.   For more information on the many benefits of exercise and weight loss, contact one of the personal trainers at Fit2DMax today.