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Military training: application to day to day

2 November 2017 by Matt

Military training: application to day to day

Being in the Military can expose you to many values and methods that you would never come across from day to day. One of those values is the importance of physical fitness and the mindset of training. Similar to an athlete, the mentality of training is altered when your physical fitness is directly connected to […]

Setting goals: be SMART

27 October 2017 by outivate

Setting goals: be SMART

One of the keys when designing proper training plans is to properly set goals. Each client needs a specific and personalized goal. For this reason, when setting goals you have to take into account an acronym: SMART. Setting Goals: let’s get back to the basics One of the first lessons learned in coaching certification courses […]

Trainer Tips: What do my clients most appreciate?

11 October 2017 by Matt

Trainer Tips: What do my clients most appreciate?

Being a personal trainer is truly a privilege. Not only does it allows you to apply a skillset to a practical end state, but it also give you the opportunity to changes someone’s life for the better. With that being said, there are certain things that a client is expecting of you adhere to. You […]

Workouts for seniors: special considerations to keep in mind

5 October 2017 by outivate

Workouts for seniors: special considerations to keep in mind

When it comes to working with elderly people, it is important to consider some aspects to training design for seniors. The usual trainings for other clients do not work with this type of public and, in addition, they can be dangerous. Workouts for seniors: before anything, a medical examination is necessary. Before designing a training […]

Sprinting workouts to lose weight

1 October 2017 by outivate

Sprinting workouts to lose weight

To lose weight, one of the keys is to increase metabolism. An effective way to do this is to increase oxygen consumption not only during training, but above all, after training. Sprinting workouts can spike up metabolism during and after workout. This condition is called excess post-exercise oxygen consumption — or EPOC — in which […]