How can you tell if someone, even a personal trainer, has no clue about strength training?
You can tell right off the bat if someone has no clue about strength training if the dominant topic of their conversation is about getting cut or ripped and not about getting stronger. They know exactly what their body fat percentage is, but never mention how much they can lift or their training poundages. Sadly, the majority of the personal trainers are guilty of this as well. Just because you have low body fat it doesn’t mean you are serious about strength training. A single digit bodyfat doesn’t make a person a hardcore lifter. Being cut simply means to reduce the fat that surrounds the muscle to better enable it to be seen. This has nothing to do with strength training.
- I just began an exercise and weight training program and I am gaining weight? Shouldn’t I be losing weight?
- What are fast weight loss tips that work?
- What is the very first step to starting an exercise routine?
- Are personal trainers eligible to giving diet advice?
- How can I lose stomach and leg fat?
- What are the best exercises for building bigger arms?
- Why is warm-up emphasized so much by personal trainers?
- Is any exercise good exercise?
- If I sweat does that mean I have really worked out?
- Is it ok to hold my breath while lifting weights?
Last Activity: 2011-06-25 16:13:34
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