The fitness advice sounds like Spark with exclamation points. Excellent!
I've never worked with a personal trainer, per se. However, there was a woman at Curves who trained customers on the use of the interval exercise equipment. The training was very brief and there was little or no assessment/reinforcement of the performance of the exercise routine. Because of overworking my shoulder, I ended up with a torn rotator cuff and having to quit Curves. The next time I consider using a trainer, I will be sure to find out how much supervision I will get.
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good information.......... thanks for sharing......
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