The Perfect Workout Pleasanton
4133 Mohr Ave #K
Pleasanton, CA 94566
The Perfect Workout in Pleasanton, has published a new how-to guide dedicated to helping fitness enthusiasts reach muscle success in only 20 minutes. This most recent how-to guide contains precise and detailed steps and instructions, designed to be used by those looking for a virtual personal fitness trainer.
The world around us is beginning to open back up but do you know what’s sticking around? Virtual.
Virtual meetings, virtual birthdays, and most definitely, Virtual Personal Training. Chances are you’ve heard about Virtual Personal Training and if you haven’t tried it you might be thinking: Is this for me? Is it worth it? How can it be personal if it’s virtual? Can’t I just do this on my own? Is it as good as in-studio workouts? The Perfect Workout has put together a guide to help answer your questions, beginning with everything you need to know on how to start virtual slow-motion training. What to look for when picking the right personal trainer.
A Proper Virtual Personal Training program begins with a 1-hour introductory session. Every session after that is only 20 minutes. The full how-to guide goes over the following points:
Go Over Goals & Health History:
The fitness trainers want to make sure they fully understand why you are there, what you want to improve, and if there are any injuries or limitations they need to be mindful of. Your personal fitness trainer will begin the session by going over some of the most important information- all about you! You and your Personal Trainer will have an in-depth discussion about what goals you’d like to achieve and why. It’s important to have clarity on what the future version of you looks like so they can customize their approach to helping you get there. Personal trainers understand its intimidating to try something new and how much of a struggle it can be to find a program that works best for you. The more trainers know about you and your past health obstacles, the more successful your future sessions will be.
Next, the personal trainer will address any current or previous injuries and/or limitations you may have relevant to working out. The slow-motion strength training method is extremely customizable and trainers are taught how to adapt to a variety of injuries. Having a clear understanding of what your body is capable of now, and the goals you have set out to achieve will help your trainer know when and where to adjust the workout. This will keep you safe and maintain effectiveness of the workout.
Introduce You to Slow Motion Strength Training:
Teach you the 20 minute, twice a week method and WHY it is the most effective way to exercise. Slow-Motion Strength Training is often referred to as the “perfect” workout because: It’s safer…when you move slowly, you protect your joints and ensure your muscles do all the work It’s more effective – again, your muscles are doing all the work without the help of momentum so you get a more effective workout It’s more efficient – it’s tough to move slowly, and that makes it more intense, which means you get a better workout in far less time. With these things in mind, you’re getting stronger in the safest, most efficient and effective way possible. And lots of things happen when your muscles get stronger:
Increased muscular strength is one of the few things you can do to increase your bone density.
Prevents fractures and joint replacements, and spinal degeneration as you age It increases longevity and overall health span
Supports balance (so you are less likely to get injured if you do fall)
Has been shown to increase and support a strong immune system
Strength has been shown to directly affect more rapid recovery time from surgeries
One very special thing about slow-motion strength training: It directly impacts the activation and release of myokines. Myokines are proteins created by your muscles in response to exercise that flood your body and play a crucial role in improving your health! They can improve your immune response, tissue regeneration, and brain health. They also play a role in your memory, sleep, and mood. Myokines are why strength training is essential for longevity.
After the intro the personal trainer will:
Demonstrate the Exercises: See the method in action and deepen your understanding of the workout.
Have You Perform the Exercises: This is the fun part! You get to take what you learned and do the exercises as a trainer coaches you through them.
Answer All of Your Questions: A good personal trainer won’t leave you hanging. You’ll get a chance to ask questions and decide on a personal action plan with your trainer.
Christine G., 80 years young and a personal training client at The Perfect Workout at The Perfect Workout Pleasanton, said “I’ve definitely noticed that my muscles are more defined since restarting with virtual training. Walking up stairs is easier and I’m stronger since my weights have increased. I’m glad I can stick with the twice-weekly sessions and that I have someone to direct my training to work around the health issues that come up from time to time.”
Everyone interested in Virtual Personal Training is Here to Stay: How to Get Started guide or facing the challenge of finding the time to invest in a proper workout are invited to review the how-to guide online directly: www.theperfectworkout.com/vt-intro
More information about The Perfect Workout Pleasanton itself can be found at https://www.theperfectworkout.com/studio-locations/pleasanton-ca
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