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Weight training advice

One of the best reasons to hire a personal trainer is to be sure you are doing your weight training properly. If you try and do weight training without using correct form, you could really set yourself up for injury. There are a vast number of weight training techniques that are out there today, making it even more critical that you get on a plan that will support the individual goals you have. In order for your lifting sessions to be effective, aim to work with your trainer at least three times per week.

Medicine ball exercises
After years of neglect, medicine ball exercises are once more back in fashion - for a great, fast moving workout that will really develop your core, check them out.
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Resistance training
Resistance training includes any form of strength training such as free-weights, machines, or even bands, and is designed to increase your strength in a systematic way.
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Strength training
There are different types of strength training depending on your specific needs - whether you are looking for maximum strength, elastic strength or strength endurance, there's a program for you.
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