Sunday, November 25, 2012


It's often relatively easy to tell when you've broken a law-for example, the flashing lights in your rear view mirror are a clear indication that you've been caught speeding.Simply put, laws are rules of conduct . The requirements of laws are spelled out exactly, and breaking a law has defined consequences. Laws may be based on ethical or moral principles, but they are written down, and political entities such as city or state government enforce them.

Friday, November 16, 2012

How Can You Lose Weight ?

Good question remember that the key to any successful weight-loss program is to taking in fewer calories than are expended. A3,500 calorie deficit leads to a loss of one pound of body weight. Most people gain weight slowly as a result of consuming slightly more calories than they are able to burn off each day .

Body Composition

Many adults start exercising because they want to lose excess body fat. Having excess body fat increases the risk of injury during physical activity and reduces an individual exercise endurance. It also is associated with a slew of other health risks such as hypertension, diabetes, heart disease, arthritis, and sleep disorder. Determining the client's initial body composition will help her set realistic goals.

Monday, November 12, 2012

Obesity Issue

You know that obesity puts a client at a higher risk for several health conditions. Therefore, it is essential that the personal fitness trainer asks clients to obtain physician clearance.

Saturday, November 10, 2012

What is the Gold ?

As a personal fitness trainer and nutritional specialist, you will have clients from all walks of life. Naturally, these people will come to you with varying goals. It is important for the personal fitness trainer to design programs to meet each individuals unique needs and goals. And oftentimes it's best to design programs that only address a client's needs and goals. While it would be ideal for everyone to achieve optimal fitness, this isn't always possible. Time constraints, injures, stress, existing physical characteristics, family , and work often stand in the way . Assigning a client a more vigorous or time-consuming regimen than is needed to achieve his desired goal or goals is likely to result in early termination of the program.

Friday, November 9, 2012

The Right Mode

Exercise mode refers to the type of exercise the client preforms, such as walking, running, hiking, or biking . Helping clients find an exercise mode that they enjoy is crucial to ensuring long-term fitness program success. When performed at the right intensity, all aerobic activities improve cardiovascular fitness. However, some exercise modes, such as swimming and rowing, provide a more thorough musculoskeletal workout than other.

The Right Method

A final factor to consider when designing a cardiorespiratory fitness program is the method of training. There are five basic methods of training, and the method or methods used depend on each client's exercise goals, current fitness level, and personal preferences. The five methods are :

continuous training
interval training
fartlek training
aerobic circuit training
aerobic cross training


Get Your Vitamin D From Salmon,Low-fat Milk,Eggs, Shrimp And cod to Help Preserve Fat-Burning Muscle.

You need 600 IU per day-a difficult amount to get through food alone so talk to your doctor about a supplement.