Friday, November 25, 2016

GetFitRadio November 21, 2016

Every week we sit down with a coach at Innerfight Gym and we talk fitness, health and more.

This week Ben Davies was the man in the hot seat.

Ben comes to fitness from an education background, being a school teacher.

We start the show talking about the transition from the classroom to the gym.

Of course we end the show with a healthy dose of questions from you.

The Notes.

Nov 21
Ben Davies

-Story of teacher to fitness professional
-are we getting kids and fitness wrong? Sport not personal fitness, why?
-biggest mistakes you see in the gym.

Q-is there any leg slimming workout possibility? We constantly talk that you cannot spot exercise
q-My question is, is it at all possible to stall weight loss if you under eat?

Q-coach wants me out of my converse and into specific shoes is there any real brand benefit?
Q-those elastic body hugging shirts are they better for workouts? Coach says it will stop my flab from shaking thus get better workout?
Q-coffee before a workout have you talked about this?
Q-how long should I stay at max effort I am a 1 yr in gym woman doing 3 classes a week at a popular gym

Q-stopped loving the gym any suggestions, just don’t want to go

Q-suggested exercises to slim the legs?
Q-exercises to improve hand eye coord?
Q-why taking off a season may  be a good thing

-suggestions on how to keep focused in the 40s and 50s when you look back at your 20s when you were on fire? And in the gym the young folks are smashing it…. Thoughts?

-burpees with a weight vest what do you think?

Straight leg crunch!

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Thoughts? Without reflection you have no direction.

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