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Answered on 08 Apr Ashtanga Yoga Classes Bikram Yoga Classes Hatha Yoga Classes +7 Iyengar Yoga Classes Health and Medical/Alternative Therapy/Acupressure Training Health and Medical/Diet and Nutrition Health and Fitness/Dietitian Health and Fitness/Aerobic Health and Fitness/Gym Health and Fitness/Gym/Personal Training less

Navneet

Hey, I would like you to follow the things and inculcate these things as habit as your goal can be achieved in a long run :- 1. Have a sound Sleep for atleast 6-7 hours daily. 2. Wake up around 6 in morning then follow your daily routine by : A glass of water, A fruit then a series of warmup exercises... read more

Hey, I would like you to follow the things and inculcate these things as habit as your goal can be achieved in a long run :-

1. Have a sound Sleep for atleast 6-7 hours daily.

2. Wake up around 6 in morning then follow your daily routine by : A glass of water, A fruit then a series of warmup exercises followed by Surya Namaskar. Having a lot of things at one go may affect consistency, So its better to start with 5 suryanamaskars then increasing the count in a few days.

Exercises for strength training : Squats, Plank, Leg rise (preferablly start with 3 sets of each). 

3. Eat your fresh healthy breakfast which can include Milk, Oats, Poha, Upma, or anything that you like and have good nutritional value. Prefer Fresh, home made food. Same is for the lunch and dinner. Prefer to have 5- day meal, 3 main meals with 2 snacks meal in which you have fruits and salads. (Have your meals around the same time daily and try to have dinner alteast 2 hours before going to bed.)

4. Make it a habit of having 10,000 steps in a day that will increase your metabolism and start with jogging then running for alteast 5 mins in a day and slowly increase it.

5. Have atleast 3 litres of water in a day. 

6. Before hitting a gym, increase your stamina and follow a proper routine.

Thanks :) Stay Fit, Stay Healthy.

 

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Answered on 24/08/2017 Health and Fitness/Aerobic Power Yoga Classes

Sanu K S

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Weekly twice yoga and twice aerobic..! It perfect schedule!
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Lesson Posted on 15/05/2017 Health and Fitness/Personal Trainer Health and Fitness/Aerobic Health and Fitness/Gym +2 Health and Medical/Diet and Nutrition Health and Fitness/Dietitian less

Things to Consider When Choosing To Hire The Best Personal Trainer For You

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Health and Wellness Management, Personal Trainer. Diet and Fitness Consultant. Help individuals in meeting...

Buying personal trainers' services is an emotional decision and one that often lacks adequate thought. 1. Check references. It’s not enough to rely on the reviews online or posted in a gym. Ask any potential trainer for two previous or current clients that you can call. There have been too many... read more

Buying personal trainers' services is an emotional decision and one that often lacks adequate thought.

1. Check references.

It’s not enough to rely on the reviews online or posted in a gym. Ask any potential trainer for two previous or current clients that you can call. There have been too many examples of unscrupulous “professionals”? who fabricate or steal before-and-after pictures and testimonials.

2. Leave your wallet at home.

Not having a credit card on hand ensures that you don’t make any rash, emotional decisions that you may regret. Gyms have become really good at convincing people to sign up right away after a tour and short sales meeting.

3. Decide how important convenience is.

A great trainer is worth traveling for but you’ve got to be honest and determine what’s important for you. New exercisers should spend at least a month seeing a coach 2-3x/wk to get a strong baseline and establish good habits. In this case having somebody close to where you work or live might be warranted.

4. When to become immediately skeptical.

If your trainer tries to sell you supplements or advertises that they are a “rep”? for a company, become an immediate skeptic. While not bad 100% of the time, the trainer is legally responsible for disclosing anything that might affect a recommendation

5. How much you want to pay.

Good personal trainer’s value is priceless.

First – there is no precedent or regulation on pricing. It’s not like buying chicken where you know how much a pound costs and any variation from the mean is immediately noticeable. Price ranges wildly – from 750k/hr to 5000k/hr.

Location will determine price. A trainer in metro city will cost exponentially more than a trainer in small town.

A trainer who specializes will likely be in-demand amongst that population and therefore charge more for their services. If you have a special need, say you’ve just had a baby and you want a post-natal fitness specialist because you have diastasis recti, then you can expect to pay a little more. It’s the same idea as hiring a general mechanic vs. a dude who specializes in Harley Davidson bikes to fix your motorcycle.

Finally, price will be dependent on experience. Hiring a cheaper, less experienced trainer might be fine if you have adequate resolve and prior weightlifting experience.

6. Mention any special needs.

Before hiring a personal trainer you should be 100% confident that he can effectively manage all aspects of your program.

If you mention a chronic problem a great trainer should show that she’s experienced, knowledgeable, and able to work with it or around it (whatever is most appropriate). In addition, a trainer should be willing to work with your primary care physician or other health providers (physios, chiros, osteos etc.) if necessary.

This is an important decision.

An investment to hire the best personal trainer for you can change your life but navigating the murky waters to find the right one can be rife with challenges. If you’re serious that now is the time to make a change, take your time. There are great trainers out there, you’ve just got to find us

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