Wednesday, 21 May 2014

A good Personal Fitness Trainer is important

Even though every piece of equipment at the gym has step-by-step guidelines for usage posted right on them, that doesn’t make them foolproof. Some types of gear, like bands, weights and balls, don't even come with any sort of instructions. If your grip is off, your hips are tilted slightly to the side or if your feet are too close together, you could be using the equipment incorrectly, leaving yourself open to injury. But when you have your personal fitness trainer right there, she’ll stand nearby and watch you do your reps, ensuring that you are in proper form from start to finish. This way you’ll be less likely to experience pulled muscles, rolled ankles and other workout injuries.
You surely work out because you want to stay fit and keep yourself toned. If you’re putting together your own exercise regimen though, you might not be working out to your full potential. Your personal fitness trainer will analyze your body size, assess any longstanding injuries that you need to work around, help you set goals and develop a workout routine that is specific to you. She willl get you on your feet, back, rear end, stomach, and hands and knees, so you’re working to your full potential while you’re at the gym. You'll be maximizing the results you’ll see and feel, while your personal trainer is there to give you that extra push that you wouldn't experience if you were working out on your own.

1. Olympic bar incline chest press (76kg) - 5 sets of 15 reps

2. Leg press (50kg) - 1st set of 15 reps
(60kg) - 2nd set of 15 reps
(70kg) - 15 reps
(80kg) - 15 reps
(80kg) - 15 reps
Total 5 sets

3. Narrow lat pull down (90kg) - 1st set of 15 reps
(110kg) - 2nd set of 15 reps
(130kg) - 12 reps
(170kg) - 6 reps
(190 kg) - 6 reps
Total 5 sets

4. Walking lunge (20kg) - 5 sets of 15 reps

5. Incline bench side raise (5kg) - 1st and 2nd set of 15 reps
(6kg) - 3rd, 4th and 5th sets of 12 reps
Total 5 sets

6. Decline bench alt leg drop crunch - 5 sets of 16 reps

7. Mediball (4kg) & Bosu oblique - 5 sets of 16 reps








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