Stephen Landrum

East Ridge, TN 37412

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Ideas for pricing on specialty classes; Boot Camps/Specialty-Tabata Training/High Intervals“

6 Answers | Asked by Monica Root on Apr 03, 2012

Answered by Stephen Landrum on Apr 05, 2012

You said it yourself. "Lots of time and programming goes into each of these types of classes, so I feel they should be charged more", so charge what you feel these classes are worth. As Susan pointed out, you need to be compensated for your time as well as your effort. Make sure that it IS worth it ...

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What one piece of equipment (i.e. total gym) would you recommend for purchase.

10 Answers | Asked by Jeritza (Risa) Montgomery on Apr 03, 2012

Answered by Stephen Landrum on Apr 05, 2012

A heart rate monitor. I would also recommend a training session based entirely on using the monitor as the focus of training.

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What is your primary performance or fitness goals?

6 Answers | Asked by Frank Baumholtz on Apr 03, 2012

Answered by Stephen Landrum on Apr 05, 2012

Currently I am working towards a full recovery after breaking my ankle in December. In the long term, I just want to look good naked for as long as possible.

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'Weigh In': Jumping Rope vs. Rowing

12 Answers | Asked by Bill Taylor on Apr 04, 2012

Answered by Stephen Landrum on Apr 05, 2012

My personal favorite is jumping rope. It is like playing a game that I can't win. There is plenty of variety so I never get bored, and my foot work greatly improves with every workout. I use it as a cardio interlude usually but I also just jump as the workout itself. With my ankle still fractured, I...

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What should be the name of my personal training business?

23 Answers | Asked by Laura Myers on Apr 27, 2011

Answered by Stephen Landrum on Mar 30, 2012

The super-fantastic-ultra-mega-cool-fun-fitness-adventure-extravaganza-emporium!

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How do you motivate someone to workout, when you're not training them?

11 Answers | Asked by Lisa Kucharski on Jun 22, 2011

Answered by Stephen Landrum on Mar 30, 2012

I didn't have time to read the other responses so this may have already been mentioned. Have them train FOR something. Not just asthetics, an activity, event, or sport. It can be as protocol as basketball or as random as hacky-sack. The important thing is they need to be able to see themselves devel...

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Apartment Complex Gym Proposal....

9 Answers | Asked by Louis Davis on Mar 30, 2012

Answered by Stephen Landrum on Mar 30, 2012

I did this once when I lived in Woodstock Georgia... kind of. I didn't become part of the services they offered (though that too was my initial intent) but rather, was able to train my clientele that lived in the complex, at the complex's gym. There were legal waivers, insurance, and credentials tha...

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Is coconut water really all that it’s hyped up to be when it comes to a “sports drink”?

6 Answers | Asked by Kathleen Ferguson on Jan 31, 2012

Answered by Stephen Landrum on Mar 30, 2012

I have been drinking it in place of regular water after heavy training days in the sun. I'm noticing that I get plenty of replenishing hydration without ever experiencing "sour-stomach". That gives it a giant A+ over regular sports drinks for me.

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Why should we have protein based food for breakfast?

7 Answers | Asked by Meera Nair on Mar 30, 2012

Answered by Stephen Landrum on Mar 30, 2012

When you eat breakfast you are literally going to Break-Fast. Your body has been fasting without food for 6-8 hours, if you are sleeping enough, and is now likely cannibalizing itself. Carbohydrates are long since gone and fats are more difficult to break down than protein. (Remember, the body is no...

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What is your primary reason for using IDEAFIT as a resource?

19 Answers | Asked by Christine Dwyer on Mar 28, 2012

Answered by Stephen Landrum on Mar 29, 2012

My IDEAFIT profile is my promotional profile. It is very professional so I always refer people to it. The answers section has become a great place to get insight into the minds of other fitness professionals, while being able to help others.

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