7:30AM - breakfast.8:00AM - 10:30AM.Brisk walking.Starting on Broadway at 238, all way up to the Wave Hill, crossing Van Cortlandt Park, too.Outside have been cold, so I decided to wearing two costumes in layers for warming myself.It was right decision, because the air was crisp and I have felt it flow through me.
My first job in fitness was in a large Y which offered many group exercise classes and for the most part, served its members well. But I now work with two physical therapists and many of our new clients come to us because they’ve been injured in group classes. Unfortunately, I’ve observed classes where students repeatedly pull on their heads and necks to initiate crunches. I’ve seen exercisers struggle to hold planks and hurt their shoulders and backs. Here are a few things to think about when it comes to training your abs.
Fall usually comes with nutritional setbacks--> halloween candy & pumpkin lattes just to name 2 of them. But there are plenty of nutritional foods to stock you fridge and pantry with: Add these foods to your next shopping list--> 1. Butternut Squash--only 63 calories per cup2. Pumpkin --Excellent source of potassium & vitamin A3. Sweet Potato-- Also an excellent source of potassium & vitamin A.
This morning I took my NSCA certification exam. That was a REALLY HARD TEST! I was stressed going in and even more so coming out of the testing room. As I stood at the desk waiting for my printout of if I passed or failed i cant even describe the feeling. But now, two hours later, the waves of relief are starting. I'm glad to be done and ready to put this behind me and move forward.
I am now officially a Certified Personal Trainer.
I'm very excited to see what exciting adventures the future holds.
Posted by Julie Parkes @ Tuesday, October 16, 2012 @ 13:36pm
I took my SPIN certification test last night and got a 98%. I have been getting ready to teach spin and have been practicing 3 days a week. Must say I love it! I have been spinning for 8 years but have never taught. It will be a learning experience!
So many times I've been asked the question, "When should I REST instead of workout?" ...It's a tough one, but in general I go by about 4 different parameters:1- Is my workout going to add to my tiredness in a negative way or am I tired because I need to get moving?
2- Would an hour nap do me more good than a workout?
3- Am I sick or on the verge of getting sick?
4- Am I depleted, sore and physically in need of a day off?
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Posted by Josh Marsden @ Tuesday, October 16, 2012 @ 04:46am
Aksana has nearly 13 years experience as a personal trainer and group fitness instructor.Demonstrated various exercises and helped clients improve their exercise techniques. Evaluated, assessed, and encouraged customers based on prior experience and individual fitness goals. Maintained records of client exercise sessions to help monitor progress. Advised clients on how to modify their lifestyle outside of the gym to improve their fitness.