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I am all about helping you to get better results in less time, giving you a greater understanding of training & nutrition programming, exercise execution and how to overcome obstacles and maintain consistency. Due to the online nature of this service I can work with people from anywhere in the world.
To achieve the maximum benefit from the online coaching service you must be motivated, disciplined, and focused, during your workouts and along with the hours you spend out of the gym. I will be here to encourage, cajole and give guidance.
As a knowledgeable personal trainer I will create a customized workout/diet program for you, designed to help you reach your unique health and fitness goals and help you develop a more positive outlook on by exploring options for making exercise more enjoyable and mood-state changes related to exercise, thereby improving self-confidence and self-motivation.
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1. What type of training do I need to do to increase muscle mass?
If you want to build muscle, you’ll need to start weight training. Lifting heavy weights effectively rips the muscle fibers and as the body repairs, it replaces damaged muscle fibers to form new strands and don’t forget to increase your calorie intake – feed your muscles if you want them to grow.
2. Do I need to vary my workout to see results?
If you want to see real change in your body you need to mix up your routine. The body quickly adapts to exercise and if you continue to do the same workout or use the same weights, it will plateau as it stops responding to the training stimulus. Change the type of training as often as you can.
3. What type of training do I need to do to lose weight?
Generally, cardio training such as swimming or running will burn the most calories per session. Therefore, combining LISS – Low-Intensity Steady State cardio, weights and HIIT-specific training alongside a diet that will leave you in a calorie deficit is the most effective route to weight loss.
4. How often do I need to rest?
Ensure you have at least one rest day per week to allow your body to regenerate and repair, so you can come back stronger.
5. How does exercise help mental health?
It can help to reduce stress, improve your self-confidence, alleviate anxiety and improve concentration, releases endorphins which encourage feelings of happiness. Over training can put your body under stress, raising levels of the stress hormone cortisol. Therefore a balanced exercise plan is key.
6. How do I eat to get abs?
Your body is made in the kitchen, not the gym. While training will definitely make you stronger and faster, eating habits will make you leaner and fitter. To eat for the body you want, consider your goals, cut the junk and focus on eating better not less.
7. Is one diet better than others?
The best diet is the one that works for you. For most of us, that isn’t a ‘diet’ at all, it is a way of eating that is balanced, largely unprocessed, mindful and includes a large variety of foods, not just a “Rice & Chicken” diet.
8. Do I need supplements?
Probably. Most of your nutrients (vitamins, minerals and phytonutrients) should come from your high-quality diet. However, athletes need more of these supportive compounds than others, and it can be hard to obtain it all from a good diet, so a daily vitamin can help supplement your needs.
9. How much protein do I need?
For the average adult, I would recommend one gram per kilogram of body weight, or if you’re trying to put on weight I’d say 1.2-1.5 grams per kilogram of your body weight. Most people meet their protein requirements very easily through their diet.
10. Is diet or working out more important?
Neither is more important than the other, rather they complement one another. Diet without exercise will leave the body absent of shape and tone. Exercise without proper nutrition is counterproductive because for the body to repair itself, the nutrients and elements used have to be replaced.