I would ask my client-PRIOR to the workout.. to "please focus on your workout as it's crucial to stay focused. AND as you trainer it's my job is to insure a safe, correct, workout with your goal/safety first and foremost in mind. If I feel you need to stop talking and re focus I'll let you know d...
It's critical to be very careful with certain populations, and this is one of them
Some,not all, women begin panicking thinking they are going to lose their abdominals !
I would suggest NOT doing any new exercises with this client. It's ok to workout while pregnant, but that means doing what you...
You can do both, it's very common, as long as you DON'T take clients away from the gym,or clarify your intent with the gym owners, be honest and upfront.
If you have a gut feeling that it is unethical or illegal, consult with an attorney.
Weight loss has more to do with food choices rather than how much exercise you do.
I would consult with a nutritionist and review your dietary intake.
It is beyond the scope of a personal trainer to give out diets and nutritional advice.
Short workouts are great but they are not always the right fit for everyone.
Think in terms of mixing things up and focus on figuring out ways to work each body part in a methodical manner.
There are thousands of exercises on Workout-builder and fitness videos from conferences.
Also refer to ID...