Jonathan Glick

Taylorsville, UT 84129-3238

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Printable exercise log

6 Answers | Asked by Ryan Rogers on Nov 02, 2012

Answered by Jonathan Glick on Jan 11, 2014

If you're interested, I've posted those I use with clients online: Weight Training: http://integratedfit.org/workoutlog-strength.html Cardiovascular Training: http://integratedfit.org/workoutlog-cardio.html Jonathan www.integratedfit.org

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where can you find good workout logs

2 Answers | Asked by Nick Ridenour on Jan 02, 2014

Answered by Jonathan Glick on Jan 11, 2014

If you're interested, I've posted those I use with clients online: Weight Training: http://integratedfit.org/workoutlog-strength.html Cardiovascular Training: http://integratedfit.org/workoutlog-cardio.html Jonathan www.integratedfit.org

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If you are suffering from exertional rhabdomyolysis and cannot see a doctor, what should you do?

5 Answers | Asked by patrick oder on Jan 09, 2014

Answered by Jonathan Glick on Jan 11, 2014

Only a trained medical professional should diagnose and treat rhabdomyolysis; it could be something entirely different, but in any case I concur with those who say you must see a doctor.

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If you have had a hard time working out consistantly over the years, what is one way to get you back on track?

7 Answers | Asked by Jason Pelletier on Aug 26, 2011

Answered by Jonathan Glick on Jan 07, 2014

I feel that your first priority should be fun and enjoyment in whatever you do. Don't take it too seriously! Get back into it with a few favorite workouts or activities, while formulating a plan of action. Remember it doesn't have to be an all-or-nothing approach; commit to working out 2-3 times ...

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Best concept for weight loss ? circuit, split programs, super setting ?

5 Answers | Asked by Jim Cruse on Dec 04, 2013

Answered by Jonathan Glick on Dec 04, 2013

I agree with LaRue, there isn't one kind of program that will work for everyone and you'll definitely want to mix things up. Here are a few of my suggestions: 1) Focus on compound, multi-joint exercises and working major muscle groups. For those looking to lose weight, single joint exercises do...

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How do you handle clients who constantly reschedule training sessions?

7 Answers | Asked by Meryl Hawk on Nov 16, 2013

Answered by Jonathan Glick on Nov 16, 2013

As a personal trainer I have 3 primary business activities: training/classes, paperwork, and marketing. I have set hours each day/week that commit to those activities. If a client needs to reschedule it must be withing those set hours; this way it doesn't interfere with my personal life. I simply ...

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How much is too much to charge for a one hour personal training session?

9 Answers | Asked by Meryl Hawk on Nov 16, 2013

Answered by Jonathan Glick on Nov 16, 2013

I agree with Harris, you have to check with your local market. Determine what others are charging as a baseline and adjust based on your experience. I'd suggest starting out slightly lower than the competition to build your business and then increase your rates periodically once you're established...

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what type of training do you prefer?

9 Answers | Asked by Dr. J on Nov 16, 2013

Answered by Jonathan Glick on Nov 16, 2013

For cardiorespiratory exercise, I like relatively short brick workouts (combining 2 of the three triathlon events: swimming, biking, and running; never longer than 30 minutes for any 1 of the 3 modes or 45 minutes total). Alternatively I like hiking and snowshoeing if you lump that into "training." ...

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Do you have a favorite fitness quote that you like to motivate your clients with?

13 Answers | Asked by Patricia Long on Jun 22, 2011

Answered by Jonathan Glick on Nov 08, 2013

I have an extensive list of quotes; my top 10 fitness related, in no particular order: "You are stronger than you think." "It's not just about the days you train. It's about the days you train well." "You can train long, or you can train hard. You cannot train both." "Everything is bet...

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Upright Rows

7 Answers | Asked by Sue D'Alonzo on Nov 03, 2013

Answered by Jonathan Glick on Nov 05, 2013

Ah... thought number 1: the bad rep Upright Row, cousins to bad rep Leg Extensions and Reverse Lunges and even little brother to the "horrible" Overhead Presses. These are all terrible exercises because some person once upon a time got injured doing them so they must be bad for everybody. Better th...

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