If summer bodies are made in the winter, now is the time to start getting your fitness game plan together. We spoke with personal trainers from across the country. Working out, sleep, and a proper diet are all about prevention. According to Miami-based trainer and owner of Another Level Fit, Ralph Pino, certification and personality are the most important things to look for.
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Watch live: Derek Chauvin trial, Day 6. If you can afford it, a personal fitness trainer could be your best bet. The problem? There just so many personal trainers out there and more coming on board every day. The Bureau of Labor and Statistics projected a growth of 10 percent from to in the employment of fitness trainers and instructors, while IBISWorld determined industry revenue growth of nearly three percent in in the category of personal trainers. To help you find the right fit, we consulted exercise experts and fitness junkies to compile an expert list of what to look for — as well as what to avoid — in a personal trainer.
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A hot beach in the summer, for starters. A strip club need we say more? And of course, the gym or your go-to boutique fitness studio. One recent Bowflex survey even reports that 34 percent of men have had a crush on their trainer. A difficult place because there can be such an emphasis on how you look, which can be something people obsess over and a bit intimidating.
It all went down in the ladies' locker room. Seven women, all members of the same Connecticut fitness club and all clients of the same male and—one can assume—rather handsome personal trainer, finally put two and two together. A catfight ensued. The trainer lost his job; the seven women, a good measure of their dignity. It sounds like one of those modern myths—that, or an old Sex and the City episode buried somewhere in our collective cultural subconscious.