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Sarath 07 Apr in  Personal Trainer

How to register my profession?

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Ramandeep replied | 14 Apr

Build an website and buy any domain you like for your profession so that nobody will copy your name and get on.

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S. Naveen Kumar replied | 26 Apr

Get certified along with experience.
Make a mark by BLOG or some other way.

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Sandeep 23 Mar in  Personal Trainer

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Mr.Arijit replied | 10 Apr

It's all about mix of practical and theoretical knowledge of how our body works and some do's and dont's have to be in your ''must know'' list study on food values. All the best.

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Aashish replied | 13 Apr

Learn Best Fitness training

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Shekhar 22/12/2016 in  Personal Trainer

What are charges / fees for learning business English?

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Sivashankari.s replied | 01 Jan

Per hour Rs.750.

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Prakash replied | 11 Jan

Per hour Rs -890.

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Olympian International Taekwondo Academy for Men replied | 30/08/2016

Hi , This is Roshan from OLympian International Taekwondo Academy. Please come to our academy , if you are looking for an International Personal Trainer for Self Defense, Physical Fitness and weight Loss Programme.
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Prashant replied | 31/08/2016

Can you explain ? Again

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Rawa 31/05/2016 in  Personal Trainer

Is there echocardiography training for 1 or 2 months with its certificate?

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Shreyansh 20/05/2016 in  Personal Trainer

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Fitso replied | 08/07/2016

Belly fat is the last thing you burn after all your exercise. Since Belly participates in the least exercise/physical activity.

Understand that there is no method for spot reduction, meaning that you just can t lose your tummy without losing fat from other body parts.

Your weight loss or gain is mostly related to your calorie intake and burn. Since your goal...  more»
Belly fat is the last thing you burn after all your exercise. Since Belly participates in the least exercise/physical activity.

Understand that there is no method for spot reduction, meaning that you just can’t lose your tummy without losing fat from other body parts.

Your weight loss or gain is mostly related to your calorie intake and burn. Since your goal is to lose weight from your belly, involve exercises which uses your belly. Choose one activity from running, cycling, swimming or any other cardio such as these and mix it with strength training.

Weight training releases Noradrenaline, which releases brown fat cells, which are the ones responsible to burn fat. You can do body weight training and can save money for gym. Cardio uses much oxygen than your body is able to breath in, hence the body starts breaking down fat to use the sugar for energy. Hence a combination of both is the optimal solution for any type of weight loss.

DAILY HABITS

Incorporate following habits in your daily routine, which will not only help you achieve your goal a lil faster, but also are in general very good habits for anyone and everyone. You need to follow this religiously for the next 10 days.

Stretch just after you wake up. This will help loosen up your muscles and every physical activity you do will start benefiting you.
Drink warm water thrice a day (warm, same as your tea, add lemon, ginger and honey for extra benefit), drink plenty of water otherwise as well
Climbing 4 floor stairs everyday (if the building is less than 4, try doing it twice, if the building is more try climbing till 4 and then get a lift)
Breakfast like a king, lunch like a junkie and dinner like a beggar. This simply means that take a heavy breakfast and a very little dinner, or just salad if you could. Eat less spicy food. Avoid any junk or fried foods, canned drinks, alcohol and sweets.
Take dinner 2 hours before you sleep. Or try eating just salad.
Take a spoonful of lemon extract just after your meal, helps digesting the fats early
You can’t sit for 15 mins after you had your meal. a walk would be much better.
Drink one glass of water one hour before you meal.
Eat fruit salad everyday. Avoid high calorie fruits like banana, mango, musk melon.
If you can, get aloevera juice. It will clean your blood and cut your fat.
Cut down on all whites like Pasta, White Bread, White Rice, Noodles, Potato. Avoid fried and processed foods.
Believe it or not, using small plate helps, psychologically. Your brain is accustomed to eat what you have in your plate and accept that you are full. This will eventually be a great advantage to you.
1. Burpees : Do 3 sets of 10 reps. Do them carefully, don’t hurt yourself. Stretch before you do.


2. Jumping jacks : Very simple exercise, do 3 sets of 30 each. Or start it by 20 in the first set and increase by 5 in the next.


3. Rope skipping: Do 3 sets of 10 each.


4. Squats : There can be a lot of variation depending upon the muscles you wanna work upon. There are Squat jacks, simple squats, Hindu squats etc.


5. Mountain climber - Try doing that with variations. It is good for your upper body as well as abdomen and lower body.


These exercises will help you attain a good shape for your body.
Now coming down to your nutritional guidance.
Fitso is a fitness based mobile app where you get good services with great quality. We have a calorie counter where you can log in your daily meals, to know your calorie burn and intake, which will help you maintain balance between them. There are negative calorie foods as well. You can also try finding them. There are some things rich in fiber like pineapple, raspberries, oats, blackberries, peas etc. You can incorporate them. We also have workouts specific to your needs which may help you make a routine and trust us its a great factor in maintaining a fit body

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Regularity, discipline and self control are must for your goal. «less

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Vani Raju replied | 29/08/2016

Go for abs exercise like crunches, leg raise,mountain climbs by 30 set each of the it's a good workout for abs

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Balakrishna 23/04/2016 in  Personal Trainer

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Gaurav replied | 30/06/2016

Yes, each exercise in the workout has different levels of intensity, so you find the level you can cope with. Then you step up to the next level when this starts to get easy.

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Punit replied | 10/07/2016

yes u can .. start exercise under expert`s supervision ...

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Tushar 22/04/2016 in  Personal Trainer

Can you suggest me some good personal trainers in Bangalore?

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Mikes Art Studio And Educentre replied | 27/05/2016

The best trainers are found on recommendation.

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Gaurav replied | 20/06/2016

Do and RND

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Sriomprakash 22/04/2016 in  Personal Trainer

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Dr. Vinod replied | 03/05/2016

Age not matter

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Gaurav replied | 30/06/2016

There is no age to to be frank.
Whenever u feel you wanna get fit and healthy thats the right time.

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Briyal 22/04/2016 in  Personal Trainer

How Often Should I Work Out/Lift Weights?

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Punit replied | 01/06/2016

its up to your schedule ...

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Gaurav replied | 18/06/2016

The American College of Sports Medicine recommends that you should train each muscle group as a set (arms, chest, shoulders and legs) two or three times per week at light intensity if you’re a senior or just starting out. If you’re more familiar with resistance training and have been doing it for a while, three to four days a week is recommended for a total body workout.

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Virendra 22/04/2016 in  Personal Trainer

What are the qualifications needed for a personal trainer?

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Somvir replied | 08/06/2016

After 12th also u can do certification course of personal trainer.

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Gaurav replied | 20/06/2016

To become a personal trainer you would normally be an experienced fitness instructor with a recognised qualification, such as: Level 2 Certificate in Fitness Instructing - Gym. Level 2 Diploma in Health, Fitness, and Exercise Instruction. Level 2 Diploma in Instructing Exercise and Fitness.

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Ashwini 21/04/2016 in  Personal Trainer

What Is My Target Heart Rate?

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Shashi replied | 31/05/2016

First u need to calculate your resting heart rate after that u can calculate your target heart rate :)

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Gaurav replied | 13/06/2016

If you're aiming for a target heart rate of 70 to 85 percent, which is in the vigorous range, you would calculate it like this: Subtract your age from 220 to get your maximum heart rate. Multiple that number by 0.7 (70 percent) to determine the lower end of your target heart rate zone.

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Satpal 21/04/2016 in  Personal Trainer

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Mayur replied | 26/08/2016

Rotate both arms clockwise and anticlockwise while exercising upto from 5 to 15 minutes, slowly increasing time.

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Sudhanshu Bharadwaj replied | 04/09/2016

Start doing compound movements and follow proper diet it will not only help u to gain muscle , strength,and toning but also reduction in fat %from all over your body

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Poulomi 21/04/2016 in  Personal Trainer

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Gaurav replied | 02/07/2016

Poulomi
More than half of all Americans take one or more dietary supplements daily or on occasion. Supplements are available without a prescription and usually come in pill, powder or liquid form. Common supplements include vitamins, minerals and herbal products, also known as botanicals.

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Punit replied | 10/07/2016

yes you should ... exercise without good dite may harm you ...

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Naveeen 21/04/2016 in  Personal Trainer

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Louis replied | 24/06/2016

It's is ok to exprence minor soreness after workout, but it's not a good sign to exprence unbearable soreness, which interrupts ur regular day to day activities. Soreness after exercise is known as Doms delay on set muscle soreness, During the workout you exprence ecentric and concentric movement of ur muscle fibre, During the eccentric movement which is the lowering of the resistance...  more»
It's is ok to exprence minor soreness after workout, but it's not a good sign to exprence unbearable soreness, which interrupts ur regular day to day activities. Soreness after exercise is known as Doms delay on set muscle soreness, During the workout you exprence ecentric and concentric movement of ur muscle fibre, During the eccentric movement which is the lowering of the resistance towards the gravity should be controlled because over Streaching ur muscle in a uncontrolled manner like sudden jurks will over stretch the muscle which leads to injury, Their is lots of diffrent between soreness and injury.To minimise the soreness you shuld perfome cool down exercise like including aerobic activity and stretches after your workout.steaches help in allintment of your muscle fibre and cardio help in flushing way your Latin acid from your blood streams. «less

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Punit replied | 10/07/2016

Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness (DOMS): A state of muscular pain and discomfort that begins several hours after a period of intense exercise, particularly with eccentric muscle actions; state usually persists from 24 to 48 hours; thought to be due to microtrauma to muscle fibers.

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Rajesh 21/04/2016 in  Personal Trainer

What Is the Difference Between Weight Machines and Free Weights?

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Gaurav replied | 10/06/2016

A free-weight can be classified as any object or device that can be moved freely in three-dimensional space. Some of the more common free-weights found in a gym would be:

1. Dumbells
2. Barbells
3. High/Low or adjustable pulley system
4. Lat pull-down and low-row device
5. Medicine Balls(all types including kettle bells)
6. Ankle weights...  more»
A free-weight can be classified as any object or device that can be moved freely in three-dimensional space. Some of the more common free-weights found in a gym would be:

1. Dumbells
2. Barbells
3. High/Low or adjustable pulley system
4. Lat pull-down and low-row device
5. Medicine Balls(all types including kettle bells)
6. Ankle weights
7. The human body the ultimate free-weight of all!

Machines on the other hand, with their ability to isolate better, can be useful for structural or bodybuilding purposes when they are carefully planned in the workout which is usually to place them after all free-weight exercises. «less

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Punit replied | 14/06/2016

The choice depends on the pathway of the exercise. Exercises have two pathways: straight and circular.

All straight-line movements that are compound should preferably be done using free weights. Using free weights will ensure that the line of movement matches the line of gravity (resistance) and hence the target muscle remains under continuous tension. Using free weights...  more»
The choice depends on the pathway of the exercise. Exercises have two pathways: straight and circular.

All straight-line movements that are compound should preferably be done using free weights. Using free weights will ensure that the line of movement matches the line of gravity (resistance) and hence the target muscle remains under continuous tension. Using free weights also forces us to form our own pathway. This activates the core muscles as well as the other stabiliser muscles of the body and helps develop functional strength.

If such exercises are done using machines, although the target muscle will remain under continuous tension due to the design of the machine, it will not help in developing functional strength as machines have a pre-defined pathway and the user is often supported.

The pathway of all circular movements that are isolation movements goes in and out of the line of gravity. When such movements are done using free weights, the target muscle does not remain under continuous tension because the line of movement that is circular does not match the line of gravity that is straight. When such movements are done using cam-based machines, the muscle remains under continuous tension.

The design of a cam-based machine makes sure that the muscle remains under continuous tension. The handle that the user pulls is part of a swing arm. When the user pulls the swing arm, the swing arm in turn rotates the cam around the same fulcrum. This in turn pulls a cable. The cable passes through a series of pulleys and is finally attached to a weight stack. The weight stack is pulled up in the line of gravity with the help of two guide rods. Thus, despite the user performing a circular movement, the weight is pulled in a straight line.

Since circular isolation movements are non-functional, using free weights for such movements will not develop functional strength. «less

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Raj 20/04/2016 in  Personal Trainer

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Punit replied | 28/05/2016

weight training exercises ...

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Gaurav replied | 22/06/2016

Weight training is the ultimate way to burn calories fast. "A pound of muscle burns up to nine times the calories of a pound of fat

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Kavitha 20/04/2016 in  Personal Trainer

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Punit replied | 10/06/2016

you should start your workout with mobility drills .. cardio twice a week n other days weight training .. b`coz
heart and lung also need time to recovery like other muscle ....

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Gaurav replied | 12/06/2016

When you weight-train, you typically use glycogen as fuel. By doing weight-training first, you can burn the majority of your glycogen stores. Knocking out your cardio after you crush the weights will burn more fat!

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Kunal 20/04/2016 in  Personal Trainer

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Shiv Kumar replied | 14/05/2016

Not only heavyweight training but proper meals and proper sleep is also important to gain bigger muscles. It's depends on your catabolism training phase and metabolism the recovery phase

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Gaurav replied | 16/06/2016

I m going to answer your questions from not only a research and science perspective but trial and error as well. I ve applied this thought process and have been delivering results for some of the sexiest women you will see on the red carpet. So I think it s worth a shot. A couple things to think about, ladies:

Muscle is anabolic and demands more energy. Basically, the...  more»
I’m going to answer your questions from not only a research and science perspective but trial and error as well. I’ve applied this thought process and have been delivering results for some of the sexiest women you will see on the red carpet. So I think it’s worth a shot. A couple things to think about, ladies:

Muscle is anabolic and demands more energy. Basically, the more muscle we can focus on developing, the more calories we will burn. I’ve never seen a woman with an amazing physique who just uses the elliptical or treadmill all day. Resistance training is a necessity for not only building a quality physique but reducing the risk of diabetes, heart disease, and it’s a great way to fight osteoporosis.

Women have much lower testosterone levels than men, which causes them to respond differently to exercise. I could put a female on the same exact weight training program as myself and we will have two completely different responses. «less

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Jhansi 20/04/2016 in  Personal Trainer

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Tilak replied | 08/06/2016

There is no concept called "spot reduction". Reducing the fat percentage on the whole by proper nutrition and finally with workout can give you a flat stomach.
70%= food,
10%= stress levels and sleep
20%= workout

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Gaurav replied | 03/07/2016

Diet first, Cardio second, Building muscle third, and Abs exercises last. Follow it and you can safely lose one to two pounds a week. Spend 60 minutes a day preparing healthier meals.

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Vijay 19/04/2016 in  Personal Trainer

Should I consult a physician before starting a fitness program?

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Iven replied | 31/05/2016

You know better about your body.if u hve any past or current health issue like bp or any past accident you can consult.
If doesn't have any start your fitness program and go gradually.

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Gaurav replied | 18/06/2016

Finally, the American College of Sports Medicine recommends that you see your doctor before engaging in vigorous exercise if two or more of the following apply:

You're older than 35 years.
You have a family history of heart disease before age 60.
You smoke or you quit smoking in the past six months.
You don't normally exercise for at least 30 minutes, most...  more»
Finally, the American College of Sports Medicine recommends that you see your doctor before engaging in vigorous exercise if two or more of the following apply:

You're older than 35 years.
You have a family history of heart disease before age 60.
You smoke or you quit smoking in the past six months.
You don't normally exercise for at least 30 minutes, most days of the week.
You're significantly overweight.
You have high blood pressure or high cholesterol.
You have type 1 or type 2 diabetes, or you have impaired glucose tolerance (also called prediabetes). «less

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Gaurang 19/04/2016 in  Personal Trainer

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Kirti Prasad replied | 24/06/2016

No

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Gaurav replied | 06/07/2016

Of course why not. If guided in the right way.

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Shyam 19/04/2016 in  Personal Trainer

How easy is it to create workouts on my own?

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Krishna replied | 18/05/2016

There are few points which u need to consider while creating your own work outs.
1. Do you really know what is the correct form(posture) of the exercise which your going to do
2. How much time you need to give for each muscle before you kick the same part of the muscle
3. Right diet
4. Variations of exercise for each muscle
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There are few points which u need to consider while creating your own work outs.
1. Do you really know what is the correct form(posture) of the exercise which your going to do
2. How much time you need to give for each muscle before you kick the same part of the muscle
3. Right diet
4. Variations of exercise for each muscle
Etc

All together if you are sure of your posture you can do it but make sure you don injure ur self.

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Gaurav replied | 21/06/2016

If u have the knowledge then nothing is difficult.

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Suresh 19/04/2016 in  Personal Trainer

How easy is it to schedule a workout plan?

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Kamal replied | 24/04/2016

It completely depends on your requirement

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Gaurav replied | 15/06/2016

If you can do an hour a day, that’s awesome. If you have a wife, three kids, and two jobs, then maybe you can only do thirty minutes every other day. That’s fine too. Whatever your time commitment is, developing the most efficient workout is crucial. Why spend two hours in a gym when you can get just as much accomplished in 30 minutes?

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Nandini 19/04/2016 in  Personal Trainer

Can I add my own exercises or foods to the program?

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Mikes Art Studio And Educentre replied | 27/05/2016

Yes provided you plan well and have adequate knowledge of what n how you mix and match

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Gaurav replied | 21/06/2016

Developing a workout routine for yourself can be scary, but it's really ... it's good to understand what goes into a program so you can build ... If you can do more than 15 without much of a challenge, it's not difficult enough for you

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