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Personal Trainer2018-03-22T14:47:07+00:00

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Our Personal Trainers inspire their members to actively pursue their fitness goals by education and motivation of our specialty, personalized Fitness Personal Training Program.

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We know that fitness is a journey, and we want to help you along the path to becoming a better you. We also know that fitness can be very confusing. With an assortment of conflicting books, ideas, and schools of thought on the market, who can keep it straight? That’s where having access to the best in the business will be extremely beneficial to you. We will help you sort through it all and guide you down the path toward enhancing your lifestyle with a customized personal training schedule.

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five components to fitness

Our Personal Trainers inspire their clients to actively pursue their health and fitness goals through education and motivation within personalized fitness programs. This program is extremely successful because it analyzes the client’s five components to fitness, where similar programs only focus on one or two of the components.

Component #1: Cardiovascular Program.

This component focuses on the health and function of the heart, lungs, and circulatory system. Our goal is to burn the greatest amount of calories during and after exercises. To keep caloric burning high, the personal trainer will alter the FITT principle (Frequency, intensity, time, and type) of cardiovascular exercise.  Understanding your specific heart rate training zone and the amount of calories burned per session will help you reach your goals.

Component #2: Testing and Goal Setting.

Utilizing today’s most advanced technology to determine your body’s current composition, our trainers provide the necessary information for creating the best routine to achieve your goals.  This testing provides information including body fat percentage, lean body mass, fat mass, strength, flexibility, and body age. Continuous testing throughout a personal training program shows exactly how your body is changing and assists in reaching short-term goals.  Personal goals are determined by the client and personal trainer in the beginning of the program. Goal setting is a major part of the Around the Clock Fitness personal training program. By determining a long-term goal and separating it into multiple short-term goals, our clients don’t feel overwhelmed and can focus on results one goal at a time. This method has been proven to keep clients engaged and focused, resulting in a higher success rate!

Component #3: Resistance Training and Flexibility.

Resistance training is a form of exercise concentrated on putting various muscle groups under strain to increase strength, definition and size, as well as enable the body to burn more calories.  Around the Clock Fitness personal trainers prescribe and individualize resistance training programs complete with exercises customized to the program to get the results you want. The personal trainer will show you how to perform the exercises properly and provide the knowledge explaining why specific exercises are used to achieve your goal.  One goal of resistance training is to produce more lean body mass. Every pound of lean body mass in your body burns approximately 50 calories per day. If your goal is to lose fat, then you would want to increase your lean body mass to help you achieve a caloric deficit.  The personal trainer will supplement your resistance training with flexibility training to help relax tight muscles, strengthen weak muscles, and correct muscle imbalances throughout the body while analyzing the current range of motion and postural distortions.

Component #4: Supplement Recommender.

This component focuses on creating an ideal nutritional environment inside your body, so the exercises provide a greater benefit.  This is important because eating improperly could result in losing lean body mass. Losing lean body mass slows down your metabolism, causing you to burn calories less rapidly. For example: by supplying the body with a multi-vitamin, you satisfy your nutritional deficits without the caloric intake, thus allowing your body to perform at the optimal level and burn more calories.  Without proper nutrition and supplementation, you may be unable to achieve your fitness goals.

Component #5: Personal Accountability.

Personal trainers prescribe an exercise program specific to your abilities, which is designed to help reach your goals in the shortest amount of time possible. The trainer will also guide you through plateaus, which is a stage where the body has become efficient at the current exercise and movement. Plateaus usually occur every 4 to 8 weeks.  During the entire program, the personal trainer will educate, motivate, and hold you accountable to ensure the specific goals are achieved.  The personal trainer’s main goal is to make the program enjoyable and keep you motivated to come back for more results.

our philosophy

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Around the Clock Fitness Personal Trainers inspire their clients to actively pursue their health and fitness goals through education and motivation within personalized fitness programs. This program is extremely successful because it analyzes the client’s five components to fitness, where similar programs only focus on one or two of the components