Lose the fat around the…

If you live in the Atlanta area and are looking to lose fat and inches around the midsection, belly, hips, thighs, or any other body pat I can help.

Through bodyweight exercises, weight lifting , and some hard work I can help you get the body you want and have imagined.

Send you contact info to weightworkout@yahoo.ca to get the help you deserve.

Atlanta Personal Training For Fat Loss of the THIGHS, HIPS, and STOMACH

Nutrition tip of the Week

Mood Eating

Most people eat based on their mood and/or some subjective feelings of hunger. They don't eat based on what their bodies need. Think of it this way: you're about to take a long drive on a stretch of highway with no gas station. Do you fail to stop for gas before you hit the road because you're 'not in the mood?' Of course not. Think of eating in the same way. Eating fuels your metabolic engine. So it's time to start feeling like eating so that you can stop feeling like you're scrawny. by Dr. John Berardi

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Monday, November 26, 2007

Golf Specific Conditioning and Personal Training

Weight Training For Golf

Over the years there has been great technological improvements in golf equipment, but the average handicap for both male and female golfers has remained fairly constant.

It is important for golfers to remember that they still have to swing the club, the best clubs on the market do not swing themselves. A better club may make a slight difference but a better conditioned golfer will make an even bigger difference.

A new set of clubs and instruction from the golf pro will benefit you game but you are still missing something. A golf specific exercise specialist can help improve performance in your game by addressing golf-specific conditioning needs.
It has been reported that 53% of male and 45% of female golfers suffer from low back pain. Pain and injury on the links is not limited to the recreational golfer. At any given time approximately 30% of professionals on the tour are playing injured. So, in addition to lower scores a golf specific exercise specialist can help reduce the incidence of injury.

Keep yourself healthy and you can keep yourself on the greens.

Atlanta area Strength and Conditioning Specialist

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