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Fitness Tips From Your Personal Trainer. Listen Up!

One of the most exciting experiences in life is waking up and feeling beautiful in the skin that you’re in. It’s also wonderful to have confidence and energy throughout the day as you work or go to school. Yet because of realities like obesity, degenerative diseases, and sedentary living, most people do not live like this. Rather, they grapple with multiple bodily problems which significantly reduce their self-esteem, including low energy, poor posture and excess body fat. If you’re ready to overcome the physical and mental issues that result from a lack of physical fitness, now is the time to access fitness tips that can help you get in shape and feel great. Here are some things to consider:

1. Not Every Personal Trainer Knows Everything.

These days, many personal trainers acquire their certification without doing much work. In some cases, the trainers do not have to read books about key topics such as exercise, nutrition, body mass, and how muscles change over time due to key factors such as weight loss and aging. With this reality in mind, individuals who are serious about getting fit should know that not every personal trainer will be able to provide you with the sound guidance that is needed to realize the objective. Once you make this connection, it’s important to seek counsel while simultaneously doing your own research and listening to your body. If someone tells you to do something and you consistently attain horrific or mediocre results, feel free to question what you heard and try something different.

2. Know Your Goals And Be Realistic.

As you begin your search for the right trainer, make sure that you have goals. The best goals are SMART, which means that they are Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic, and Time-specific. A sample goal would be “I will lose five pounds each month by engaging in 45 minutes of cardio three times a week.” Also note that your goals should be realistic. For example, if you’ve been eating pizza and drinking beer for ten years with no exercise, you’re not going to get in the best shape of your life after five workout sessions. Positive change takes time, and consistency is the key to attaining (and maintaining) your results.

3. Start In The Kitchen.

If you’re really serious about getting fit, note that most of the results that you’ll see are directly related to what you’re eating. In recognizing this truth principle, make sure that you start your fitness journey in the kitchen. While many people feel overwhelmed about the process of cleaning up their diet because there is so much conflicting information out there, the work of eating well doesn’t have to be complicated or difficult. You can start by getting rid of all processed foods. Another simple principle to remember is that if it doesn’t go bad within seven days, you probably shouldn’t put it in your mouth. In other words, if you’re not eating fresh food but rather items that can be preserved for months and years because of chemicals and additives, you’re going down the wrong road.

Start Getting Fit Today!

One of the best things you can do to improve your self-concepts while also maintaining high levels of self-esteem when interacting with other people is getting fit. While many people feel intimidated or overwhelmed about the process of making this lifestyle change, the journey doesn’t have to be tedious or troublesome. To increase your likelihood of finding the right personal trainer and getting on the road to optimal fitness now, utilize the strategies and advice outlined above.

Jocelyn Winters

EDUCATION GEORGIA STATE UNIVERSITY – Atlanta, GA Bachelor of Arts in English and Religious Studies, 2010 Fitness Trainer Orange Theory KEY SKILLS •Critical Thinking •Internet, Email •Active Listening/Writing/Speaking/Learning •Clerical Skill •Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) •Fitness and Nutrition WRITING EXPERIENCE YAHOO! CONTRIBUTOR NETWORK – Atlanta, GA 1/13-7/14 Writer •Wrote 210 articles on topics including politics, religion, feminism, exercise, and food •Reached Clout Index Level 6 within four months GEORGIA STATE UNIVERSITY, The Signal – Atlanta, GA 8/11-11/11 Writer •Wrote and submitted articles on topics related to university politics, art, and film •Attended meetings with editors and writing staff to improve quality of articles GEORGIA STATE UNIVERSITY, SAMLA– Atlanta, GA 8/11-10/11 Editing Internship •Compiled and edited data for bios of individuals to be published in the SAMLA Conference Program •Edited letter from the editor to be included in the SAMLA Conference Program PUBLICATIONS Droll, Novel (December 2014) On Gender and Identity in Three Shakespearean Texts, Undergraduate Thesis (May 2010) Erudition, Novel (April 2007) HONORS Graduated with General, Advanced, and Research Honors, May 2010 Graduated Magna Cum Laude, May 2010 President’s List, Fall 2009 Faculty Scholar, Fall Semester 2006 Faculty Scholar, 2005 Alpha Lambda Delta Order of the Torch Award, 2005 Dean’s List, Fall Semester 2004 Dean’s List, Fall Semester 2003 WRITING AWARDS Outstanding Performance and Excellence in News Writing, 2011 Jerry Jazz Musician New Short Fiction Award, 2009 Georgia State University Undergraduate Essay Contest Winner, 2005 Young Georgia Writer’s Contest Regional Contest Winner, 2003

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