Personal training has been moving from gyms to online, virtual, and in-home training, and this trend has accelerated over the last few months, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. It doesn’t mean that gyms are going away; it just means that there are more options available.
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Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, millions of people across the globe have been required to stay home to avoid the spread of the virus. This has provided many individuals like yourself with more free time, which they have begun to dedicate towards their health and fitness.
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Thanks to everyone’s efforts, new cases of COVID-19 are declining. This has allowed many small businesses and public spaces to start to reopen, allowing us to start working back towards normal life (with safety precautions).
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Regular exercise is the key to staying in shape and achieving a healthier lifestyle. However, it can sometimes be challenging to maintain the momentum of working out. So, if you’re looking for a personal fitness trainer, you need to put in substantial research to find someone that matches your expectations. You need to go through online reviews and speak to people who’ve worked with them.
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It’s challenging to commit to the gym when you’re still half asleep or conscious of your appearance. And in the evening, once you sink into the couch, it’s almost impossible to leave the house for a bit of exercise. If you face these dilemmas when it comes to exercising, modern fitness technology has just the solution for you to get into shape right from the comfort of your home at any time you prefer.
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We are fortunate to live in a time when technology allows us to do some incredible things and I'm sure you've experienced some of the changes its brought about to how we do a lot of everyday tasks. These changes have also provided new ways to deliver quality personal training.
As a Kinesiologist and a Personal Trainer, an important trait to develop is adaptability. This is especially true when you provide service to people in their homes. Most often you won't have access to barbells, benches, machines and other equipment. Sometimes all you'll have access to is a few kettlebells and resistance bands.
Here's a workout I did yesterday. All you need is a bit of space, one moderately weighted Kettlebell, and a chair. Rest as needed in between switching sides and from set to set.
- Clean & Press 3 sets of 10 per side
- Bent-over Row 3 sets of 10 per side
- Box Pistol Squat (or regular Pistol Squats if you can do them) 3 sets of 6 per side
- Windmill 2 sets of 5 per side
- Snatch 3 sets of 10 per side
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