Periodic Fitness Assessments Reemphasize the Value of Personal Training

May 23, 2013

If your client is just finishing their current package of personal training sessions, but has not yet purchased their next batch of sessions, now may be the right time for a fitness assessment.  Sometimes personal training clients lose sight of their goals and may only be looking at how much money they are spending.  As […]

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Manhattan Personal Training Gyms Offer A Focused Alternative

November 19, 2012

The Manhattan fitness environment has changed greatly over the last 10 years.  In past decades, it was more so about who was huge or had a stronger marketing campaign, or who had more facilities.  For most, that is now less important.  Convenience has become less of a factor, as  an increasing number of apartment buildings in the city have gyms onsite. […]

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Balancing Exercise Between Home and the Office

October 4, 2012

Within a city of six million people today, fitness possibilities are all around us. That said, it sounds astounding that 58% of New York City residents are overweight. Still below the national average, it truly is incredibly alarming. Some of the most cutting edge products and programs are offered to those who seek it out. There […]

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Skills & Experience First, Not Pictures, When Choosing A Personal Trainer

September 21, 2012

When setting off on the road to finding a personal trainer, it is important to take an introspective look at yourself.  Decide what you want.  Figuring out what your fitness goals are is a big part of that.  Imagining what you want to look like at the end of the process is important, too.  However, […]

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There is a Story Behind Every Personal Trainer

September 20, 2012

Nowadays when you catch a fitness segment on television or a video on the internet, you tend to find that the personal trainer is always a chiseled, attractive physical specimen. While the old idea of a personal trainer was a hugely muscle bound man with doorway wide shoulders and tree trunk legs, the newer stereotype […]

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Get in Shape With a NYC Fitness Professional

July 19, 2012

New York is a place of adventure, shopping and interesting sights. It is also a place that demands more walking than most other locations. Getting in shape is an important part of making the most of New York’s unique structure and public transportation system as well as good health. Getting a little help to reach […]

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Best Fast Food Nutrition Choices

July 3, 2012

In this society, people are always on the go. It can be hard to find quality, healthy foods that are cheap and easy. A nutritionist Brooklyn can help clients plan ahead, but even in New York City, it is possible to be left with only fast food options.  Following these tips will can help a […]

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Reform Your Own Healthcare

June 17, 2012

While our Supreme Court Justices debate the constitutionality of Obamacare, our country isn’t getting any healthier.  It is important to remember that whether it passes or not, this healthcare law will not make us healthier as individuals or a country.  This bill is about how much money healthcare costs and how to lower the cost […]

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Independent NYC Yoga Instructors Can Travel To Their Clients

June 8, 2012

Finding the means to exercise properly in the Big Apple can be quite an undertaking.  One must determine the type of exercise they want to do first. However, you might be delighted to learn of independent NYC yoga instructors that can travel to their clients. This can be beneficial for a number of different reasons. […]

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Exercise At Home, With Very Little Equipment

May 25, 2012

Yesterday was an awful day weatherwise.  Whether you work in an office or you work at home, this was not the kind of day that motivated you to head to the gym.  The skies were gray, the rain was hard.  Even a couple of claps of thunder rang through.  However, there is no reason that […]

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