Sometimes the motivation to workout is almost nonexistent. You know it’s the best thing to do, but for some reason you just don’t want to do it. For those days when it’s tough to get going, here are five ideas to help you get started.
Being accountable is more than just reporting your success once you’ve reached your goals – it’s about accepting responsibility for the goals you set. Help your clients become more accountable with this client handout.
After one of the coldest winters on record, Anthony Moses faced the challenge of motivating his clients to keep working out despite the winter chill. See how he succeeded to keep them in shape.
The 14-member USARAK Army Ten-Miler team went through VO2 Max, or maximal oxygen uptake, and gait assessments at the Health and Wellness Center at JBER, to learn about themselves as runners and how to adjust their training to stay competitive. Oct. 1, 2014 the USARAK Ten-Miler team traveled to Washington to compete in the Army […]
Anthony Moses has coupled his unique Total Being Programs with VO2 Max testing, and as a result his clients experienced remarkable results. “Using KORR equipment and Total Being Programs takes the guess work out of personal training.”
In our medical weight loss clinic, we use the ReeVue Indirect Calorimeter. We use the RMR to set a diet based on how many calories patients burn at rest. The test takes about 10 minutes, the clients feel like they are getting a really good assessment, and they are all really interested in what their metabolic rate is. Testing someone’s metabolic rate is key to finding those few people who lie outside the norm so you know where to set their caloric limits.