PRLog - May 9, 2014 - SAN DIEGO -- San Diego, California - Emily Reynolds Has Been Formally Given The Title Of San Diego's "personal and online fitness trainer"
Emily Reynold - Best Personal and Online Fitness T
Emily Reynolds is without a doubt the most knowledgeable, smartest, kindest and most giving person I know and is justified of having the title "personal and online fitness trainer in San Diego", she also pushes you to with an inch of your life when training. She is so sweet you don’t mind working even harder just to make her proud of your progress.
Her pre-workout and post workout knowledge is incredible, giving an easy to follow, no nonsense approach to training without the usual rubbish some trainers try and tell you without in-depth knowledge.
Her training style is FUN! She uses a mixture of weight training, HIIT and spin styles to give the body the maximum confusion, she uses a lot of bodyweight exercises which relieves joint stress and strengthens tendons and ligaments. Whether she is training you online or in person, she goes over and beyond to see you reach your goals!
She likes to do superset exercises to keep the heart rate up for maximum fat burning because ultimately that is what every one wants no matter whether their goal is weight loss, muscle gain, competition or a runner. She believes the stronger your muscles are the better your joint movements and over all health will be says the "personal and online fitness trainer in San Diego".
Here is an example of her training ethos
You will always warm up before a workout & stretch after a workout. If you do not do this warm up I recommend that you hop on an elliptical or treadmill for 5 minutes at a low/moderate pace with low/moderate resistance. Unless you split your day and go to the gym 2x you will lift weights first then cardio second. I want you to always max out at the number or reps in the "weight" category. Example:
If any exercise requires you to perform the move/exercise one arm or leg at a time you must perform that move/exercise the indicated amount of reps for each arm or leg. Example: forward lunges 10 reps. That mean you will do 10 forward lunges with the left and 10 forward lunges with the right leg. For all the exercises on your workout plan do the best that you can. If something hurts stop! Listen to your body first and foremost, this is great adice from the "best personal and online fitness trainer in San Diego".
You will take 2-3 exercises from your workout to perform together. Example: if you have bicep curls & lat pull downs on your plan for that day you will perform a full set (look at the # of reps indicated) of the bicep curls, then move to one set of the pull downs. Rest as needed and then repeat that set aka superset of curls and pull downs until you have completed the number of sets indicated on your plan.
You can pair 2-3 exercises together like this in any order that you wish. Just make sure to get all the exercises on the plan completed & all the numbers of sets indicated completed as well.
You can switch the days you do these workouts or swap if you need to due to your schedule. Example: if it indicated that on day 1 you do spin and day 2 is HIIT on treadmill to can swap them for one another if spin is not offered on that day. Just make sure to get all these workouts in within the week and rest when indicated.
Stretch after every single workout - very important. I recommend allotting 10 minutes for this after each workout. I have an at home 30 minute full body workout that you can do in place of a workout if you are pressed for time, travelling or cannot make it to the gym. I recommend that you do this video 2x for in place of a 60 minute weight lifting session.
"personal and online fitness trainer in San Diego"
You can also find the perfect 10 full body workout broken down separately into each body part here:
Lower body: http://store.emilyreynolds.net/
Upper body: http://store.emilyreynolds.net/
These videos can help you when you have limited access to a gym and/or time & equipment. You just need one set up dumbbells.
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