Stuffed Acorn Squash

Stuffed Acorn Squash

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Autumn-Stuffed Acorn Squash

Prep time
10 mins
Cook time
30 mins
Total time
40 mins

Author: Jamie Stone
Serves: 1-2
Ingredients

1 acorn squash, halved
1 tsp maple syrup
¼ tsp salt
¼ tsp pepper
¼ tsp nutmeg
1 tablespoon olive oil
1 cup torn spinach
half of one apple, diced
½ cup mushrooms, diced
2 strips of cooked bacon, diced
1 clove garlic
¼ tsp salt
¼ tsp pepper
¼ cup grated cheddar

Instructions

Preheat oven to 350 F. Halve and acorn squash and removed seed and pulp. Place halves face down on a baking sheet and bake for 20-25 minutes, until the squash is fork tender.
In the meantime, heat olive oil in a sauté pan. Add the apple, mushrooms, bacon, garlic, spinach, salt and pepper and cook until apple is slightly tender and spinach is wilted. Remove from heat.
Remove squash from oven and turn face up. Sprinkle with salt, pepper and nutmeg and drizzle with maple syrup. Fill centers with the sautéed mixture. Place back in the oven for 5 minutes. Remove and top with grated cheese.

A New Kind Of Breakfast!

A New Kind Of Breakfast!

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How To Get Employees Involved In Their Health- Corporate Wellness

How To Get Employees Involved In Their Health- Corporate Wellness

Having time for fitness is one of the biggest complaints from clients. We hear often, “I can’t fit it in around my work schedule.” By listening to client’s reasons for why they can’t get healthier we can help design programs around these needs. Below are a couple ways to help inspire employees to get and stay healthy.

If you have a gym in your office building offer on site personal training.
Having a gym in your office building is an excellent benefit, but it only does any good for employees if they use it! Inspiring employees to become more active can sometimes be a challenge as many people spend hours a week in a car going to work, travel, work early mornings or late nights, have outside commitments and many other time restraints. By offering employees options of fitness within their place of work it is great because it saves them time and extra effort to commute to another location. Many personal trainers, yoga instructors and Pilate’s instructors offer on site group classes or one-on-one training. They can utilize the gym equipment or when in need they can bring equipment to you. We’ve seen trainers work with groups as small as 2 or 3 employees to working with 180+ employees. For employees who do not want a trainer to guide them on their sessions week to week they may rather have the trainer design a plan that they can keep up with on their own and have the trainer check back in on their results at a later date. Helping set up a game plan for long term weight loss and health is half the battle and the other half is being held accountable.

If you have outdoor space offer outdoor boot camp in warm weather.
Over the last several years boot camp programs have become more popular in communities and workplace environments. It is a great way for employees to build camaraderie and laugh together while getting fit. There are many styles of boot camp programs many of which can be customized to each companies specific fitness needs. You can determine the best times for your staff, what types of intensity level, duration and equipment used.

Have a dietitian come on site to council employees on eating habits.
Local dietitians and nutritionists offer group counseling and individual counseling. You can choose to have it at their office but we have found companies who host it on their campus have greater success and increased attendance due to the convenience. You can choose the topic that you wish for them to discuss or you can ask them to come in for a question and answer session. Many employees take advantage of this type of service since diet and exercise go hand in hand. The amount of people who work out regularly but are still overweight is overwhelming. People have begun to realize that without the diet component the weight will not come off and they are willing to start making healthy choices but don’t know where to start.

Stock your office kitchen with healthy options for employees.
Starting with cleaning out all the unhealthy options at the office and replacing them with nutritious alternatives seems like a no brainer but is many times overlooked. Remove sodas and sugary treats and replace them with fruit and water. Save employees hundreds of calories a day by performing this simple swap out. Make sure to not just stop there! If your company does weekly donut runs or pizza nights when employees stay late, opt out and switch to salads and wraps to clean up their diet without them having to feel deprived.

Have a weight loss contest with an incentive.
Whether it is monetary incentive, a pair of running sneakers, a day off, or a lunch out, you are sure to get a wide range of fitness participants. Healthy competition is a great motivator and you’ll be amazed at how much employees will cheer each other on to keep going with their goals. You can make the challenge individual or a group challenge. You can have each individual pledge the amount of weight that they will lose in a 3 month period. Or you can offer overall company incentive to lose a certain amount of weight as a whole such as 100 pounds in 3 months. Whichever you choose make sure you outline the guidelines and offer check in points so employees don’t fall off the wagon. You can also have local personal trainers come in and take body fat, weights and before photos so they can compare their results at the end of the contest.

Pedometer club to encourage walking at breaks and lunch.
Offering employees the option to walk at lunch and eat at their desk after helps increase blood flow which in turn helps the brain increase productivity, aids circulation and “wakes” people up mid day. Walk with a friend or hand out inspiring playlists for their iPods to keep them motivated when their walking. The best way to keep track of progress is to log their weekly miles from a pedometer since they should be aiming to take 10,000 steps a day. Reward the winner with a non-food related incentive such as an iTunes gift card or new pair of sneakers.

Have a health fair with local wellness professionals.
Partner with local wellness experts such as a chef, nutritionist, doctor, chiropractor, gym, running clubs, personal trainers and nurse. Ask professionals to bring incentives or discounts for services. Offer employees blood pressure testing, spinal exams, spine adjustments, body fat testing, weigh ins, health handouts and skin cancer screening. Use this to help them ignite the fire to be inspired when they are outside of the office. Make sure to offer this program at a time when the most employees are at work such as at lunch time or right after work to have the best turnout.

Organize a running team that trains for a road race to benefit a charity.
Start a couch to 5 k program or join a local running club as a group. Employees can also use apps on their phone to keep them motivated when they are not running with the office group to stay on track. The app will talk to them through their ear phones to guide them when to walk and when to run. Employees are less likely to let down a good cause for charity then their own fitness goals.

Try a water challenge.
Encourage employees to drink 64 ounces of water a day. Provide company logo water bottles or a large water dispenser at the office. Drinking water helps hydrate, avoid hunger pains and flush out fat.

No matter what program you choose for you office this is just a sampling of ideas that can help you get started making your workplace healthier. The more people you enlist to be fit at work the better your odds are at keeps with your own weight loss and fitness goals. There is nothing worse than trying to get healthy only to be surrounded by pizza and donuts at work. Make healthy choices one step at a time and they’ll start to accumulate. We love hearing feedback and ideas to help inspire others, as always please feel free to pass on the wellness.

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Services That Every Fitness Program Should Include For Little To No Money

 Services That Every Fitness Program Should Include For Little To No Money

1. Text/Email/Phone Support/SKYPE
Staying motivated is the number 1 reason clients call fitness professionals. Make sure when you hire fitness professionals that you ask what are you options for keeping in touch. Many trainers have options, to make sure they best suit what your needs are and what is most convenient for you. Notify your trainer of which method you prefer and which is the fastest way to stay in touch! Trainers usually offer phone consults as well between sessions in short increments such as 15 minutes a week and others offer full conferences as long as an hour. This is a great tool for clients to be able access when they are on vacation or traveling for work to ensure that you stay on track!

2. Progress Check Ins
From day one when you meet your trainer make sure you are clear about your goals both long term and short term. Short term goals can be determined weekly or monthly and long term goals should be no longer than 1 year. Setting up these “mile” markers for your progress will help you to avoid weight loss plateaus, stay motivated and keep on task to your ultimate fitness goals. Progress check ins should be set up in advance so that you know when they are coming so that you can prepare and schedule them.

3. Body Fat Testing & Weigh Ins
Don’t be afraid to step on the scale and have your body fat tested during your initial assessment for a yoga instructor, Pilate’s instructor or personal trainer. It will help you to determine realistic fitness goals and give you an accurate starting point for your fitness goals. This helps set the tone for the rest of your workouts. If you do not know where you are starting from how do you know when you are making progress? Don’t you want to be able to get excited for results from all your hard work? Your fitness professional should offer this free of charge and as offer as you like. Many trainers require that you have your own scale to use to check in weekly while others will bring their own scale directly to your doorstep.

4. Fitness Assessment
Trainers should offer initial assessments free of charge or for a nominal fee without you having to sign up for services to allow you to meet your trainer and make sure before you invest that they are the best fit for your training needs. We’ve learned that training goes beyond just a great workout, it’s just as much about the connection that you have with a fitness professional. We have found that clients that connect better with their trainer stay motivated, more accountable and are more likely to make long term lifestyle changes that they can stick with!

5. Rescheduling/ Cancellation Policies
Let’s face it life gets busy and can get in the way of your fitness routines. Your trainer should offer you options for when this occurs. They should have clearly outlined rescheduling and cancellation policies to avoid future confusion and frustration. Make sure to ask for a copy of their policies to keep on file. You should be able to cancel or reschedule without penalty as long as your cancellation does not fall within their restrictions.

6. Flexible scheduling- Online Scheduling, Calendars & Events
Your yoga, Pilates or personal trainer should offer online benefits of scheduling. The Personalized Physique services allow clients to book directly online with clients, reschedule sessions and sign up for online classes of your chosen fitness professional. Make sure your fitness professional offers some online services to be able to easily register or sign up online right from the comfort of behind your computer.

7. Payment Options
The biggest deterrent that we hear from clients is affordability. There are so many options for making fitness affordable and every yoga, pilates and personal trainer offers unique discounts, deals, sales and benefits. Connecting with the right trainer that fits your budget is as easy as 1-2-3. Review local fitness sales and deals in your area and review profiles to ensure long term success!

What You Should Expect From Your First Fitness Session

What You Should Expect From Your First Fitness Session

1. Arrival Promptness
Your first meeting will set the tone for the rest of your sessions. Have you heard the saying, “early is on time, being on time is late and if you’re late don’t bother”? This should be your motto when you meet your trainer for the first time. Part of the reason that most clients hire personal trainers, yoga teachers and Pilate’s teachers is so that it helps them stay on track. If the person who is supposed to be keeping you on track shows up late, what does that say about how the rest of your experience will go? Fitness professionals should be 5-10 minutes early and prepared to begin on time as scheduled. This saves you time and money. There is nothing worse than a client showing up before the trainer and the client using part of their paid session while the trainer gets ready to begin. Make sure to address how important your time is and how you expect promptness for your sessions. If you live in a region where you can expect weather restrictions at certain times of the year or traffic issues at certain times of the day, make sure to discuss back up plans for if these issues should arise. Such as if there is a snow storm, hurricane, extensive backed up traffic at rush hour etc. Make sure you have exchanged contact information so that you or the trainer can contact each other to let the other know that you may run a couple minutes behind schedule due to extensive circumstances.

2. Responsiveness to Emails/Calls
We recommend that trainers respond to client inquiries, questions, issues, concerns and scheduling ASAP. Meaning we recommend as little time as immediately to no more than 24 hours. Trainers should respond to emails, calls, texts etc. within a 24 hour period at max. Your time is IMPORTANT! Trainers should fully understand that clients have busy lives which are typically why they hire a trainer in the first place. Don’t be afraid to speak up if your trainer is taking longer than 24 hours to respond to your requests as you are paying for their service and your time is valuable.

3. Social media
Ask your fitness professional if they utilize social media to stay connected and get important information out. This is a great method to stay up to date with the latest fitness plans, programs and workouts as well as be notified of weather cancellations etc. Many trainers utilize this to deliver helpful information to clients to help them stay motivated such as workout videos, daily fitness motivation and more. Make sure to ask if they have twitter, pinterest, facebook, wordpress, blog or instagram and connect with them before you begin services.
You can also use this to vet for the quality of service that they offer by looking at their comments, feed, friends, followers and posts. For example, if you go to their facebook page and you see them smoking and eating a cheeseburger you can imagine this doesn’t really say “motivate me”. They should take their profession seriously as this will mean they take your time, money, results, their job and your well being seriously.

4. Communication
Remember that all great relationships are built on communication and trust. This should be your marker for great service. You should be able to discuss with your fitness professional if you do not like a specific exercise, feel uncomfortable, have physical limitations, medical limitations, scheduling needs, an issue with your service, customer service issue, lack of results or any additional concern. Personal trainers, yoga teachers and Pilates teachers understand that it is a “personal” business that they need to deliver quality service in order for customers to be happy and they should place great significance on your opinions. Many will even ask your feedback, offer surveys, questionnaires and your opinion to make sure they are delivering the best service and meet your needs.

5. Schedule
Trainers who offer little flexibility in their schedule should be a no go! As you would think wow this trainer has so many clients that they are booked solid this should be a red flag. You will want to make sure that trainers have availability for multiple time slots should your schedule change in the future. Ask if they work nights, weekends, early mornings, holidays etc. Make sure you check in advance before signing up as life does happen and there is nothing worse than having signed up and not being able to book a session with your chosen trainer. Most trainers understand that clients typically are hiring them because they have limited time and a tight schedule so they are flexible to work around you as your schedule should change.

6. Equipment
Ask what equipment will be used during your sessions. Some gym trainers focus on machines which others free weights, some boot camp instructors offer body weight exercises and others bring small apparatus to mix it up. Ask what equipment is to be used as well as ask for demonstrations and to try it out during your first session. You want to make sure you enjoy the style of the trainer and use of their selected equipment before you chose a program. Each session should be catered to each individual clients specific needs and not a predetermined generic program.

7. Personality
The most common question we get about trainers is “How do I know if I will like them?” Do you have an idea of what type of personality motivates you? Don’t be afraid to speak your mind. If you know you want a trainer to yell at you, or if you want a workout buddy, or if you like a compassionate personality, or if you need lots of positive encouragement there are many personalities to suit any training need. The trick is to have an idea of who is best suited to motivate you. Take a look at who your friends and co-workers are and reflect on what will be the best fit to make sure you will be motivated. Every client has unique needs for who motivates them and that is okay since no two people are the same. We want to make sure clients get the most out of their services and enjoy their sessions since your time and money is valuable. We are here to help you design the best fitness program for your goals.

8. Client Testimonials, Reviews and References
Get real time feedback from current and old clients about their experience with your chosen fitness professional. Ask for phone numbers, written reviews or testimonials and online reviews so that you have all the information you need for making a decision. Don’t be afraid to ask their customers questions about their experience, their success, any issues that may have arisen, if they are currently training, how often they train, and how long they have been with a specific instructor. Remember these are opinions so you can always make your own decision about the professional but it is usually a good guide for any major red flags.

9. Fun
Remember your first session with your fitness professional should be a measured on the same scale that you would gage a meeting with a coworker or business contact. You should feel that you are able to vocalize your opinions, be able to express yourself and get the most out of your meeting. Don’t forget one of the most important factors is that you should HAVE FUN! Fitness doesn’t have to be stagnant and neither should your workout! You should be able to develop a professional relationship and have fun while you get results.

Top Interview Questions For Hiring A Personal Trainer

Top Interview Questions For Hiring A Personal Trainer

1.    Who is your certification through?

Making sure that your chosen fitness professional is currently certified is one of the most common mistakes that clients make. Many gyms and facilities do not require that personal trainers, yoga teachers and Pilates instructors keep up to date with their certifications. Most nationally accredited certifications require fitness professionals to submit CEC, continuing education credits, in order to renew their certification. In addition to the personal training, yoga and Pilates certification you will want to make sure that your fitness professional is also current on their CPR certification. Most nationally accredited certifications also require that instructor’s CPR is current. This being said many CPR certifications are either for 1 year or 2 year periods, if a personal training certification is 2 years but their CPR expires after 1 year this is a problem. You want to make sure that if you had a medical emergency that your fitness professional is able to handle it accordingly. Click here for a full list of certifications that we accept with our programs.

2.    What does an average session entail?

Asking what you can expect will help you to determine if the trainer’s style of training will match your needs. Don’t be afraid to ask lots of questions about weight loss plateaus, how much stationary exercise is performed, is there a warm up, is there a cool down, does the session involve stretching, do they utilize machines or free weights etc.

3.    Do you offer a commitment free first session?

Most fitness professionals offer either a free first session or a trial session for a nominal fee to allow clients to: get more information, go over fitness goals, test body fat, try the workout and meet the trainer to assess if their personality will match their goals. This is the most crucial of all training sessions that clients will have with their fitness professional as it sets the tone for the rest of their sessions and makes sure that everyone is on the same page with their fitness “game plan”.

4.    What is your cancellation policy?

Finding out what your fitness professional requires in order to not be charged for canceling is important since let’s face it life happens! Work gets busy, your children get sick, you get sick, vacations, travel etc. all can have an impact on your workout schedule and your sessions. Most trainers offer 12 or 24 hour cancellation policies as well as others offer 24 hour live answering service to call in cancellations.

5.    How does scheduling work?

Depending on how your busy life is you may need to book out sessions in advance or you may need to change your schedule every single week! Life is busy and knowing how, when and how often you need to schedule in advance can help save you time and money. Make sure your fitness professional offers online scheduling, session tracking, email reminders and calendar availability to make scheduling easy as 1-2-3.

6.    Do you offer payment plans?

Making sure you get the most for your money is important because most people don’t have endless funds or endless time. Determining how long you want to continue your training can help determine your preference of paying. If you are planning on training for an extended period, typically 6 months or more you should make sure to ask about payment plans and monthly billing to help spread out the cost. Many trainers offer online payments, annual memberships, credit card billing and many other methods to make training more affordable.

7.    Can I have a friend join my sessions?

Whether you prefer to start out training alone it is always a good idea to ask what options you have if you should want to add a buddy at a later date. Many fitness professionals will allow you to split the cost or will charge a minimal fee for adding a buddy. Many clients use this option to help split the cost and extend their fitness budget.

8.    Do you have any references?

Most personal trainers, yoga teachers and Pilates’ instructors have current or old clients that are more than excited to share how amazing their trainer was, how they helped them, share their fitness story, their results and so much more. Feel free to ask for references and to follow up with them.

9.    How soon on average can I expect to see results?

The average client for personal training, yoga, and Pilates should be able to experience some level of change whether it is flexibility, clothes becoming looser, strength increase, cardio endurance, the scale going down and more. Make sure your trainer has a “plan” of how to get you to both your short term and long term goals from day one so you can expect to see amazing results from day 1!

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7 Steps to Choosing the Best Matched Fitness Professional For You

7 Steps to Choosing the Best Matched Fitness Professional For You

Whether you are looking for a home personal trainer, a home yoga instructor or home Pilates instructor these helpful guidelines will help you make sure you have chosen the best fit for your goals.

1. Personality
The number one question we receive is “How do I know if I will like my personal trainer?” We recommend you take your time reviewing multiple candidate’s written bios and watch fitness professional’s video bios. Trainers are able to portray why they love what they do in a short 60 second video to give prospective clients a feel for their personality and personal training style. Don’t be afraid to ask lots of questions when you interview your trainer.

2. Location
All Fit Pros travel to you, whether it is at your home, office, school, park or your current gym. If you are looking for yoga, Pilates or personal training the Fit Pro will bring the required equipment to you or use your equipment if preferred. Make sure to discuss with your home personal trainer if you need to have flexibility with where your trainer meets you. Many clients have multiple locations that they rotate between in order to work around busy schedules.

3. Qualifications
Rest assured all personal fitness trainers are pre-screened and verified for their certifications, liability insurance and current CPR certification. We require that all candidates must stay current with their credentials in order to be listed on the site.

4. Experience
Create a list of your current fitness needs. Let trainers know if you have any specific medical restrictions or specific requirements. When reviewing profiles look at the number of certifications acquired, how long they have been in the industry and variety of services offered.

5. Availability
If you know your schedule rotates and you will need flexibility for multiple days and times make sure to address this in the early stages of the process. Many personal trainers’ schedules naturally rotate to accommodate clients changing schedules. Make sure to be up front if there are specific days and times that you know you will need to be scheduled in advance. Some trainers only work mornings or evenings or don’t work weekends. You don’t want to be frustrated if you find the best matched personal fitness trainer only to find out they are not available when you need them.

6. Safety
Since fitness instructors come on site to your home or office, you always have the option to request a background check. We have several levels of background checks contact us for additional info.

7. Testimonials and References
Request references to speak with trainers past or present clients and get their opinion of their sessions and experience. All references are pre-screened as well by a Personalized Physique staff member for verification purposes. Search through candidate profiles for testimonials and reviews to view written client experiences.

Meet Ivan Home Personal Trainer In The Southshore Of MA!

Meet Ivan Home Personal Trainer In The Southshore Of MA!

Check out personal trainer Ivans bio and service info below: http://www.thepersonaliz… Everyone knows that exercising is important. Anyone can do it, but the key to being a healthy and functionally fit human being is safe and proficient training. Fitness goes far beyond just making you look good, it improves your health… #personaltrainers #personaltraining #personaltrainer #fitness #diet #weightloss

Bored Of Pasta? Check Out Buffalo Chicken Spaghetti Squash!

Bored Of Pasta? Check Out Buffalo Chicken Spaghetti Squash!

Buffalo Chicken Spaghetti Squash. Quick and easy healthy dinner! 1 spaghetti squash3-4 green onions 1-2 lbs chicken breast, cut into bite sized pieces 1-2 tbsp olive oil 1 tsp garlic powder 1 tbsp onion powder 1 cup shredded carrots 1 cup shredded cabbage (I bought cole slaw mix) 1 cup Frank’s Buffalo Sauce (or more if you’d like)

How To Make Your Fruit & Veggies Healthier

How To Make Your Fruit & Veggies Healthier

When buying fruit and veggies, always soak them in a 14 ratio of vinegar and water to help remove toxins and pesticides. Leave them soaking for up to an hour, longer with nonorganic apples. At the end of the bath, sometimes you can even see cloudy like stuff in the water from the skins and waxes, and dirt on the bottom. Works awesome! Once I did this to blackberries and they were good for 3 WEEKS! Thats unheard of with berries & water. The vinegar is KEY )

Need Some Fitness Motivation for the New Year? Check Out Aaron S Located in Boston

Need Some Fitness Motivation for the New Year? Check Out Aaron S Located in Boston

“Aaron has a passion for fitness and a dedication to helping others meet their personal goals. He has extensive knowledge and experience with one-on-one training, group training, sport specific training, including speed,agility,strength and conditioning, and functional training.” See the rest of Aaron’s profile through the photo!

Looking for Fitness Motivation in NH? Meet Personal Trainer Alison R!

Looking for Fitness Motivation in NH? Meet Personal Trainer Alison R!

“My understanding and knowledge for fitness and a healthy lifestyle has lead me to share my passion for fitness with everyone I encounter.” To see the rest of Alison’s profile click through the photo!

Looking For a Personal Trainer in Boston MA? Meet David S!

Looking For a Personal Trainer in Boston MA? Meet David S!

“David holds his personal training certification from The American Council on Exercise. He has experience with athletes, weight loss, weight management, sports and agility training and more!” Click the photo to see David’s full profile!

Meet Deb Personal Trainer to MA!

Meet Deb Personal Trainer to MA!

“I work to instill confidence in my clients, to empower them and to motivate them in their journey to a healthier and happier life. For the past eight years I have been developing individual and group fitness programs for clients of all ages and abilities.” To see all of Deb’s services click through the photo!

Meet Personal Trainer Sarah L Located in CT!

Meet Personal Trainer Sarah L Located in CT!

“I am an NSCA Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist from Connecticut with a passion for all things fitness and health related.” Click through the photo to see Sarah’s services!

Looking for Fitness Motivation in the New Year? Check Out Wildson in NYC!

Looking for Fitness Motivation in the New Year? Check Out Wildson in NYC!

“I’m Wildson, a strength and conditioning coach by NSCA with over 4 years of exhilarating experience. My areas of expertise are WLS-Weight loss Specialist and CES-Corrective exercise specialist by NASM.” See the rest of his profile through the image!

Check Out CSCS Certified Personal Trainer Josh M from MA!

Check Out CSCS Certified Personal Trainer Josh M from MA!

Josh is CSCS certified and also holds his bachelor’s degree in exercise science! “I have extensive knowledge in the fitness field and continue to educate with the field that is constantly changing.” To see the rest of Josh’s services click through the photo!

Meet Personal Trainer in MA, Rick N!

Meet Personal Trainer in MA, Rick N!

“Rick received his masters in Kinesiology from The University of Rhode Island and is certified through the National Strength & Conditioning Association. A leader in the industry Rick has presented his research at the NSCA’s National Conference.” Click through the image to see the rest of Rick’s profile!

Los Angeles- Ready to get it In 2014? Home personal trainer Domingo can help you!

Los Angeles- Ready to get it In 2014? Home personal trainer Domingo can help you!

Introducing #homepersonaltrainer Domingo located in Los Angeles California!
Check out his full profile here: http://thepersonalizedphysique.com/subscribers/225.html?view=subscriberlist

It has been an amazing ride changing people’s lives, helping them live longer and better. My clients go from young adults to mature men and women with different goals , concerns and #fitness levels. Many of them stayed with me for years, others found they could practice my teachings on their own, and even others became personal trainers themselves. All had in common the search of #health and #balance…
— in Los Angeles, CA.

Meet Personal Trainer Mike In Western MA!

Meet Personal Trainer Mike In Western MA!

Meet Mike #homepersonaltrainer in MA! Check out his full profile at http://thepersonalizedphysique.com/subscribers/37.html?view=subscriberlist

Mike has experience working with clients one-on-one and in #groups on individual fitness, strength and conditioning, and sport specific training #goals. He has enjoyed coaching and teaching people with diverse levels of #fitness, from novices to All-Americans. In college Mike earned dual degrees while competing as part of his university track & field team, and grew up playing a wide variety of other sports (baseball, soccer, and basketball among others)

Introducing Rachel Home Personal Trainer In MA. Make This Your Year To Get & Stay Fit!

Introducing Rachel Home Personal Trainer In MA. Make This Your Year To Get & Stay Fit!

Meet Rachel home personal trainer in metrowest Massachusetts! Rachel has been working in the #Fitness Industry for almost 20 years. She has a Bachelors degree in #fitness and is Nationally certified in #PersonalTraining through #ACSM. Her further certifications include #AFAA group exercise, Reebok #Spinning, #YogaFit, #Kickboxing, Weight Room specialist and American Red cross Instructor Rachel is also a licensed physical education teacher in the state of Massachusetts.

Check out her full profile now to get started in 2014!http://thepersonalizedphysique.com/subscribers/36.html?view=subscriberlist

Meet Diane Home Personal Trainer In Massachusetts & New Hampshire!

Meet Diane Home Personal Trainer In Massachusetts & New Hampshire!

Meet Diane!! #HomePersonalTrainer In #Massachusetts and New Hampshire! My experience along with being a personal trainer/ fitness instructor for 14 yrs. I have also pursued further #certifications in core board, kickboxing, spinning, aquatics and body pump.

I got started with encouragement from my sister in law, to pursue becoming a #personaltrainer. I’ve always been a fitness fanatic and played sports in high school and college. I studied diligently and got certified through FRA and ISSA .

My philosophy is to ALWAYS make it #fun, interesting and challenging for my clients, but enforce safe guidelines within their limitations whether its due to medical restrictions or sedentary #lifestyle . I encourage clients to step out of their comfort zone. Once they’ve accomplished that task, notice a change in their self-esteem and confidence. #Goals I strive for my clients is to believe in themselves, whether its to boost their self-esteem/confidence, mentally/physically and continue pursuing their goals to the next level .
My favorite quote from the movie “Nanny McPhee” ….I’m there for you when you need me, but don’t want me …and when you no longer need me, but want me I’ve accomplished my task ….”
— in Massachusetts.
Photo: Meet Diane!! #HomePersonalTrainer In #Massachusetts and New Hampshire! My experience along with being a personal trainer/ fitness instructor for 14 yrs. I have also pursued further #certifications in core board, kickboxing, spinning, aquatics and body pump. I got started with encouragement from my sister in law, to pursue becoming a #personaltrainer. I’ve always been a fitness fanatic and played sports in high school and college. I studied diligently and got certified through FRA and ISSA . My philosophy is to ALWAYS make it #fun, interesting and challenging for my clients, but enforce safe guidelines within their limitations whether its due to medical restrictions or sedentary #lifestyle . I encourage clients to step out of their comfort zone. Once they’ve accomplished that task, notice a change in their self-esteem and confidence. #Goals I strive for my clients is to believe in themselves, whether its to boost their self-esteem/confidence, mentally/physically and continue pursuing their goals to the next level . My favorite quote from the movie “Nanny McPhee” ….I’m there for you when you need me, but don’t want me …and when you no longer need me, but want me I’ve accomplished my task ….”
Check Out Her Profile: http://thepersonalizedphysique.com/subscribers/22.html?view=subscriberlist

Meet Kristen Home Personal Trainer In CT

Meet Kristen Home Personal Trainer In CT

Kristen is an American Council on Exercise #personaltrainer and a recent graduate of Saint Joseph College in West Hartford, Connecticut with a Bachelor of Science in #Nutrition and Dietetics. She is currently enrolled in a dietetic internship to become a registered dietitian (#RD). Check out her profile : http://thepersonalizedphysique.com/subscribers/39.html?view=subscriberlist

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— in Connecticut.

Looking to Take Up Yoga in 2014? Check Out Our Instructor Malissa B in MA!

Looking to Take Up Yoga in 2014? Check Out Our Instructor Malissa B in MA!

“A certified yoga teacher since 2010, Malissa firmly believes that the yoga community must be open and accessible to all ages, shapes, and abilities.” See the rest of Malissa’s profile through the photo!

Looking for Fitness Motivation in Boston MA? Meet our trainer Tom A!

Looking for Fitness Motivation in Boston MA? Meet our trainer Tom A!

“I am a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, and received the Strongman Performance Trainer Certificate. My fitness approach is to identify my client’s fitness level and put them on the correct progression of workouts to safely get results week to week. ” Click through the photo to all of Tom’s services!