Of course! Many of our clients have serious time restraints; whether from the kids or from a busy job or they just have lots of hobbies. In fact, we can tailor a workout that can be done within your lunch break. Don’t believe it? We’ll Prove It.
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Anyone. Training programs are especially useful for busy people who want a consistent and efficient workout. Physical fitness also increases your energy level so you can get more done and keep up. Trainers help you lose weight and build physique. Even those who have aches and pains will see relief from their ailments with personal…Details
Fitting Exercise Into Busy Schedules with High Intensity Training (HIT) Life can get pretty hectic at times with life’s busy schedule. With all the responsibilities people have to take care of i.e. work, kids and other responsibilities, people fine themselves short on time to take care of themselves. The thought of spending an hour or more in…Details
Why You Cannot Do Personal Training in a Vacuum Part 2: Client’s Perspective In my last post, I wrote about personal training and it’s similarities to refereeing fencing. Wait, what does refereeing a sport that most people are unfamiliar with have in common with my job as a personal trainer? The answer is both have…Details
What Exercise Means To Me I describe myself as a physically active person, but being active does not necessarily mean I’m getting exercise. Before I arrived at Vertex Fitness and met the owner Dwayne Wimmer, I was under the misconception, like many of us, that just by getting my body in motion,being active, or under stress like…Details
Growing up in a family plagued with diabetes, I’ve seen first hand the devastation it can cause to a persons health and quality of life. Unfortunately some diabetic patients think the diagnosis is a life sentence to an uncomfortable life. It doesn’t have to be so! Along with medications a proper diet and exercise can…Details
Why You Cannot Do Personal Training in a Vacuum Part 1: The Trainer’s Perspective It you want to to get into personal training? You need to work outside the bubble. I’ve been working as a personal trainer at Vertex Fitness for a little over three months, and although this isn’t a very long time, I…Details
How to Find Motivation for Exercise It’s easy to be motivated about starting a brand new exercise program. It’s something new, exciting, and you feel like you’re on the right track to achieving your fitness goals. However, after you’ve started your program, the challenge is in maintaining a regular routine and staying and finding…Details
The Importance of Exercise Recovery: Why You Don’t Need to Exercise Everyday Throughout the fitness industry, it has been touted that one must exercise daily in order to see great results and feel better. Many have been led to believe that greater volume equals greater results. While increased physical activity will benefit exercisers in many…Details