1. Work out at any time you choose – Since you don’t have to meet a personal trainer in person at a specific time you have the freedom of working at whatever time benefits you and fits in your schedule.
2. Less expensive – Most personal training sessions sold in gyms are sold in bundles or charged at a per hour rate. These bundles can range from $300 to $500. Online personal training has hardly any overhead costs so a prescribed workout plan can cost from $25 to $100.
3. Communication is easier – You can communicate with your online personal trainer – depending on their preference – in any messaging form. Whether it’s email, text, direct messages and more you have more access to your trainer.
4. Motivation – Your online personal trainer will make sure they are reaching out to you to keep you motivated and checking off your workouts.
5. Self-confidence – Some people don’t want to go to a gym to work out because they are intimidated. With an online personal trainer you can get a home workout prescribed to you done at the comfort at your own home until you build the self-confidence to actually go to the gym.
Have you ever received online personal training? How was your experience? Leave it in the comments section.
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Now is the time to get started! Do not put off what you can do today until tomorrow!
For a limited time only I am offering a 6 Week Summer Challenge for only $50!
Not only is this a great value but the challenge also comes with the chance to win cash money!
Start your health journey before Summer begins! The 6 Week Summer Challenge comes with:
- 6 weeks worth of workouts based on your fitness levels – they can be done at the gym or at home (you need resistance bands and dumbbells) – I offer modified versions of exercises based on what you decide to do
- 6 weeks worth of cardio
- This challenge is based on your exercise and cardio level and time availability
- It is progressive so you can increase or decrease level of intensity based on your progess
- Recipes/grocery list
- Nutrition tips and advice to help you be successful
- 24/7 e-mail support
- Private Facebook group
This is a limited time offer until Friday – May 11, 2018.
1. An increase in the number of capillaries and mitochondria, which means your body will utilize fat and carbohydrates for more energy. The more you have the more you keep burning and capillary density increases more blood is delivered to your muscles.
2. Decrease time to achieve steady state. This means your body have an easier time going back to its resting state. For example after a run how long does it take you to catch your breath and finally breathe normally?
3. Enlarges ventricular volume, which means your stroke volume increases. Higher stroke volume means more blood is being pumped per minute. This is good because your heart’s workload decreases since more blood is being pumped.