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    Throughout this paper, I will be summarizing both my observation and interview with a personal trainer at Tysons Sport&Health. The reason I chose to interview a personal trainer is because becoming a personal trainer is the next step in my career path. This allowed me to get an inside look on how business runs and what kind of environment I will be working in. I gained a great insight into how much time and effort is put in outside of training clients in order to make sure business is running smoothly and there is a continuous stream of clients. The professional I observed is Devon Jones, he is a personal trainer and the Explosive Performance program director for Tysons Sport&Health. The Explosive Performance…

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    A personal trainer has the education and expertise necessary to get major results from exercise. It's easy to make mistakes or workout in ways that are ineffective or actually counterproductive to attaining goals. With a professional on your team, you may reach fitness levels faster. Tailored Workouts Exercise is not a one-size-fits-all activity. Everyone has different fitness levels, goals, and preferences when it comes to working out. Instead of trying to mold yourself into a program without…

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    Anyone who trains seriously knows the meaning of intensity. It is the trainer against the weights with only two possible outcomes: complete the lift or fail. As the trainer makes there way to the bar they began to prepare themselves for there final bench press, the real deal, the pump to the iron, the best of the set, and they know what needs to happen to complete this exercise. The trainer’s adrenaline is rushing as they begin to prepare to un-rack the weight, slowly lower the bar to their…

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    776 B.C. Although, personal training as a career did not start until the 1900’s by a man people called the “Father of Modern Fitness” named Jack Lalanne. Lalanne motivated many Americans through his television show and at his local gyms, Bally Gyms, to be involved in daily exercise as preventative medicine. Eighty years later personal training became very popular. The National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) did not create the first certification until 1996. “The value of fitness…

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    Tattoos In The Workplace

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    Topic of Interest Paper Most elderly clients view personal trainers with tattoos negatively. For clarification, when I refer to elderly, I mean people aged 65 and older. This belief is inspired by the fact that the current generation of elderly people didn’t have as many tattooed individuals as is the case in this day and age. As one of my professors put it, “If you had a tattoo back then, you were cool. [And] It symbolized that you were part of a gang.” In that example, the word gang refers to…

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    Personal Trainer

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    my research project I researched personal training and how I could become successful and use my passion for fitness as a means of supporting myself whilst traveling Australia, I learned how to become a personal trainer and the processes I would have to go through to become qualified. By achieving my goal I hope to be able to demonstrate evidence of my capability to grow personally and professionally. I had difficulty defining a question that relates to success as a personal trainer (PT) which…

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    Ryan Long

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    occurred when Long was 21 years old. He learned that he was going to be a father. Due to his grandfather’s guidance, and after watching how difficult it was for his mother to raise three children by herself without support. Long made a decision and commitment to make sure that he was involved in his child’s life. Aaron Christopher Long was born on February 9th, 2001 and Ryan was eager to be able to support his son. At this point, Ryan began to study bio-mechanics, kinesiology, and health so that…

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    Personal Trainer Training

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    Are the top personal training certifications worth your time, and money? Most people ready to become a personal trainer have this very question. Should they get a fitness certification, and which one? First off, after being a successful veteran fitness professional for over twenty years, I have learned it is important to invest in your personal training education. Would a spine surgeon skip school, and start operating on people immediately? No way! Therefore, why would you bypass formal…

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    But not all personal trainers are created equal, so how do you find the right personal trainer for YOU? 1. They must be certified by a nationally accredited institution. The gold standards for certification agencies are the American Council on Exercise, National Strength and Conditioning Association, and American College of Sports Medicine. A qualified trainer should at minimum have a certification with one of these agencies. But that just means they’ve passed the “baseline of standards”…

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    Personal Trainer Benefits

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    the Services of a Personal Trainer If you have never availed the services of a personal trainer, it is probably a smart option to get an idea of what to expect from personal training. Moreover, you need to be ready with potential questions to ask your prospective personal trainer to ensure that you obtain the services of a qualified and certified trainer who readily understands your fitness goals. An excellent Hollywood Hills personal trainer will help in keeping your fitness program…

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