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It’s simple to skip a workout – once the thought enters your mind, it’s nearly impossible to ignore. Suddenly that pile of dirty dishes and overflowing laundry basket take top priority. But, do you stop and think before skipping a workout?

Or do you give in to the thought almost immediately? Before making up your mind, be sure to ask yourself these three important questions. New to personal training? Don’t forget to ask them your clients these questions, says Ben Cook, Lead Coach at the Australian Institute of Fitness St Leonards campus.

1. What is your medical history? It is an all too common practice for Personal Trainers to pick up. 8 Questions Answered About Exercise That You May Not Know For starters: the difference between exercise, physical activity and fitness. Whether you’re looking for a way to channel your energy, achieve a calmer state of being, or you’re in the mood for movement with music, this test, developed with the help of coach Gil Amsallem, will help you find out.

Funny, intense and very, very personal, such questions will give you an in-depth peek into your girlfriend’s personality and preferences. While asking these questions to her, let her know your answers on the same topics to open up yourself. Your girl will know her guy in and out, and you will know your. In health and fitness it’s about keeping it simple by delivering personal training and fitness instruction that is effective, simple and progressive. This article covers some of the basics in selecting resistance exercises and encourages you to generate a list of ‘go to’ exercises that will help to: Keep your clients safe Provide value to.

Celebrity fitness trainer Simone De La Rue answered your questions in a live Facebook chat. 73% of African Americans said they did not have emergency funds to cover three. 1327 Answers and questions – Exercise; 1351 Find suitable answers to the given question words; 1325 How to form questions (answers given) – Exercise 1; 1381 How to form questions (answers given) – Exercise 2; 1395 How to form questions (answers given) – Exercise 3; 1355 Mistakes in English questions – Exercise 1.

Before starting a new workout, ask yourself these questions to make sure you’re getting the best results. 73% of African Americans said they did not have emergency funds to cover three. 8 Questions to Ask Your Personal Trainer.

At one point or another, fitness enthusiasts are likely to either hire a trainer, get the opportunity to train with one, or just pick a trainer’s brain.

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If you could only pick two to five workouts for the next six months, which would you pick?

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1 What are your current personal fitness goals?

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1) No Moderate Exercise Sessions: Either toolittle, or too much, orway beyond what I plan todo, andwith noset schedule.

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A more specific type of question might then be asked, such as “If we do our strength and conditioning workouts at 6 a.m. with the track team, how will our amount of sleep affect the workout quality?”

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: Option 2: Choose two workouts and alternate between them 3 days a week.

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The gist of the question is: If you could prescribe only one workout, what would it be?

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Well, I’ve created detailed beginner, active, and very active workouts to eliminate the guesswork (Part Two), but when I create individualized regimes for my clients, I always suggest that after a cardio interval, they start out with the exercise they dislike the most.

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COMMON QUESTIONS BEFORE STARTING AN EXERCISE ROUTINE WHAT SHOULD I DO?

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As for the number of sets per exercise, two or three sets would be ideal, but one set is a lot better than none.

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However, how much you decide to do depends on how you feel on that particular day, the exercises you’re performing, the order of the exercises within the session, your strength and fitness level, the set and rep scheme you’re following, and your individual physiology.

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  • Wow it was great unbelievably incredibly interesting content! I enjoyed very much and learnt new things. I m gonna try the pepperoni bread thank you so much for sharing! Such a nice company �� the three of you ladies! Wanna make more videos

  • I know that based off of my past insights that my target is women and the age is 18-34 but I’m not sure what specific interests to target. I was doing influencer marketing and social marketing and made some sales but I don’t know my niche.

  • Great video! helped me a lot, just remember to turn off auto focus and go with manual so it doesn’t jump back and forth from your mic and your face. Keep it up!

  • Really great video. Thank you for the clear information, pieced into easy to understand sections, just at the right pace for me to take it all in.

  • Good points here!

    Thank you for reminding me to keep finding my target audience.

    I definitely need to focus on that more.

    Instead of doing everything by shooting in the dark.

  • Hi Karen and Lauren great video as usual, can you tell me the names of the tomatoes sauces you mentioned and where I can get it. Thanks a bunch ❤️

  • Love this honest chat! I take ‘glute activation’ for just a warm up, some people do more glute activation than compound movements like sumos, squats etc ��

  • Thank you for being so realistic! I’m sick of seeing so many fitness ‘influencers’ with thousands and thousands of followers giving so much false information, which people believe because their channel is popular. I wish there was more people like you!!

  • Dear Amy, this video was really helpful as the previous ones. One of my favourite question was about the pump, i was not sure the answer but now i know. Thank you to share i enjoyed:).

  • The 15 minute glute activation.. like… the way my gym time is restricted because of corona measures �� I could never �� I spent 3 minutes max on glute activation ��

  • Omg… FINALLY someone who addresses the “15 min glute activation” thing! People have been working out for decades, and getting great results but now Instagram has set the rule of the FIFTEEN minutes just to activate your glute.. wut?? Lol

  • I love your videos! So insightful! You’re my second go to source for glute gains…. Second to Bret Contreras the legend… Would you ever launch a book?

  • Nice layout, always the girl on your left danced passionately. In this video she’s out of shape and puts on a bad fit. What happened?

  • I have to disagree bc I never had hip dips until I got sick, lost loads of muscle and my body started storing fat like crazy. Neither did my mom. I was always very muscular like her, had a booty and hamstrings, quads, calves to kill for. So idk if I agree with the hip dips is all genetics, I know it can be but not always.

  • Oh my Goodness! So that is where all that fabulous Italian bread, pizzas and rolls come from! My mouth is watering too! I grew up in Texas and Okla. our main stay in anything was cornmeal. Cornbread was served at most every meal along with homemade biscuits. We even coated our okra (Yum! fried like popcorn) with it! A lot of your ingredients we do not have down here, but I for sure am going to look for them,
    You Yankee girls sure know how to cook! Can’t wait for Wednesday!!

  • Just wanted to take a moment to thank you for all these amazing videos you guys do! I’m relatively new to your channel (found you a couple of months back) and I’ve already lost almost a stone! I’m well known amongst my friends and family for being fairly lazy but your vids make me excited to exercise every day and really put me in a great mood for the rest of the day, so thank you! xxx

  • i know it’s bad but when I see tiktoks or instagram videos on how to get rid of hip dips I just want to leave a hate comment omgg �� but maybe I should just link your video!

  • Idk if you do comment requests at all, but I think All That by SoMo would make a great (maybe cooldown/warmup) dance fitness song ����
    Starting ACTUALLY dancing with you for 30 min twice a week (planning on working up of course) and you actually make working out fun. It flies by, but I know I’m getting a good workout still from all the sweat! Thanks for all you guys do!

  • I have to say many influential people are creating insecurities in people and convincing them that being sleezy is okay. I hate how influencers and celebrities are using their platforms to spread false information or teaching young women not have respect for themselves and their bodies. Sorry just a little rant.

  • I wanted to thank you for having plus size ladies in your videos. I’m fat myself and find it discouraging when videos only have skinny in shape people. But your videos inspire me to try. So thank you!

  • Thanks Team Marshall���� You are really helping me in my recovery here in Sydney���� especially coz I can’t dance so it’s fun for my daughter too watching me try ❣️

  • I just love ur moves caleb����U have inspired me so much to be happy and the different body types u have in ur video gives me so much confidence❤❤

  • Ficava perdida no meio dos comentários achando q eu era a única brasileira. Fui olhar mais uma vez achei VÁRIAS!!!! Muito feliz q o Brasil curte essas músicas, essas coreografias e essa pessoa super carismática q é o Caleb❤️❤️❤️������������������������

  • I love your videos ���� it really helps me to do my workout without any laziness and with more cheerfulness…. Can u guys make a dance workout video for cerca cerquita…. The song is pretty cool…������ Love you Marshall, Haley, Cameron ������ Love from India

  • thank you for this, this really puts my mind at ease.. soo many myths goes around on social media & consumers are just naive & trust these gym influencers ��

  • Ahhh I am pumped to learn this tomorrow. It’s probably going to take me 5+ tries but I’m down for it! Thanks for spoiling us with amazing choreo to fun songs! You, Haley and Allison are the best and make me so happy!

  • They were killing it as usual with this one can’t wait to do it with them. The only thing missing for me was having Caleb tell us to “work”I just love when he does that in vids!).

  • I’ve known Lisa (and Karen) for many many years. I was also blessed to have known Lisa’s mother, a great woman and yes, an amazing cook! Lisa is definitely a “chip off the old block” as they say…a great friend and a fantastic cook as well! So glad to see Lisa finally share some of her cooking skills and secrets with the world! I’ve enjoyed many marvelous meals that Lisa has prepared, and my current weight will prove it! lol Thank you ladies for these great videos! A Day Without Good (Italian) Food is like a Day Without Sunshine!..Salute!!

  • This is really valuable for me, best video on the subject I’ve found yet. thank you! I dig your ninja vibe, and how you throw humor in the mix. Great content and style! Thanks!!

  • Awesome video, I’m a Irish gir and this is exactly how both my Mother and my Italian Mother in law taught me. Even for macaroni, the well is so important. In stead of pepperoni rolls, I use sausage and peppers, etc etc use your imagine! Omg! Yum! Karen, ever Woman should have a Island for prep and enjoying like yours. You ladies look beautiful as well! I just threw out my tupper ware bowl. 49 yrs old. Darn. ❤️❤️❤️����

  • Awesome video!!! Thank you ladies, and also special guest Lisa, was a great instructor, very detailed and descriptiveVery sweet to share her family recipe, So Appreciate this!!!!! I will be attempting this dough, hopefully for pizzas. ����������.

  • I learned so much about making dough from scratch. Lisa could teach classes on dough making. Can’t wait for part 2 to this video.

  • This was absolutely FABULOUS!!! Love this with Lisa!!! I’ve learned so much!! Being one that is afraid of yeast and messing this up I’ve learned what to do and cannot wait to try this very soon!!l Lisa, can I come to your kitchen and bake old school like momma used to? This is the absolute best way to learn! Love this Orchids!! Cannot wait to see the next series Wednesday—and beyond!!! Have Lisa back for Christmas cookie traditions — and Lauren/Karen too!!!������

  • I have never used yeast in cooking either Karen. Wouldn’t even know where to begin?? But after watching this step by step video with plenty of explanation and experience I think I’m going to give it a try. Lisa did a fantastic job, and I can’t wait to see part two! Thank you Karen and Lauren for always bringing us such fun and inspiring videos!! So glad you are my friends! ��

  • I just lost my mom unexpectedly and am realizing these are things I now need to teach my family since grandma is gone. This inspired me so much. Great job Lisa! You filled a hole for me today�� I’m so grateful for all of you!

  • Nice meeting you too Lisa, everything looks so yummy!Karen great video, look forward to 2nd part. Question, can Lisa show us her spaghetti recipe, if not these time another day, I love to see how people prepare their home made recipe. Love you lady’s Thank you so much!����♥️

  • Hello Tim, I have a question, please
    what will happen if I will post 20 blog posts per day, with good quality content, is google will consider that as spam and what is the maximum number of blog posts I can blog per day?

  • Thankyou lovely ladies I’m from England and I will try to find the ingredients Lisa has given it looks Delicious thankyou so much for sharing your grandma’s recipes looking forward to Wednesday ������������

  • This is so so awesome! Lisa should have her own cooking show! Truly she is a natural. She gives me the feeling that i could sit / bake with her and have a grand time! Excited for Wednesday. Hope she has more recipes down the road for sharing. I bet you three have so much fun. Karen did your house smell devine this day with all the bread baking. Yum. This is up my alley, love bread carbs�������������� Wow. Xo

  • Thank Lisa for sharing this very special dough recipe with all of us. Can the dough be frozen until ready to make various things from it? Can this dough be used for pie crust or making a loaf of bread in loaf pan?
    I will try Lauren’s favorite pizza sauce In the can. 😉

  • This was great:-)
    Lisa is a great cook and a perfectionist!
    Every direction was so well explained.
    Excited to see Part 2 –
    Thank you for all the hard work you all
    put into this video!!!

  • Awesome video ladies! I remember my mother making fresh bread and the dough rising & rising. I can’t wait until Wednesday for Part 2. Thank you Lisa for sharing your mother’s recipe with us. Sending hugs ��

  • Oh my goodness!!! Loving that Lisa!!! Yum! Looking delicious ��!!! You certainly know your bread. My Mother use to make home made rolls from scratch and there was nothing quit like it!!! My Sons still talks about Mamaw’s rolls. Lisa is such a good teacher ��. I am inspired. You girls are having such a good time together. I can tell. Wish I was there with you gals. Thank you so much for sharing such a special family recipe. Lots of Love friends!!!

  • Lisa speaks my language a” titch”, I’ve only heard my sister and myself use this word until now!!!��
    Lisa is such a natural and a great teacher!
    I always add sugar to my sauces, Spaghetti, Pizza, Ziti….
    I’m salivating over here….��
    Thank you Lisa, Karen and Lauren.������

  • Yum! It was so nice to meet Lisa and for her to share the recipe with us. Thank you! So much fun with you girls in the kitchen! XOXO

  • We grew up with homemade bread, so when I married I learned from my MIL,and I’ve been making it for 30 years. Nothing like the smell of fresh baked bread! Mmm! I haven’t made the pepperoni rolls, I’ll have to give that a try next time I make bread. We do a thing where I’m from is called toutons. It’s fried bread dough and you put molasses on it or a syrup of choice and eat it when it’s hot! So so good!��.

  • I have such a hard time finding yeast that I found a really good recipe for pizza dough using baking powder. I was surprised how good it is and easy. Thank you so much for making this video, I love to see how other people make pizza dough ❤️

  • I’m going to try this recipe it looks so good I wish I could make it today but I don’t have any sauce or stuff to make sauce yummy! Thanks for sharing! I’m going to make the pepperoni rolls also! I’m so excited the dough looked marvelous! My mom was a great bread baker!

  • This video was wonderful! Lisa was fantastic making that bread!! I hope you will have more cooking videos with her!! Such a doll! XOXO

  • Hello ladies…just a quick suggestion…maybe you shouldn’t wear bracelets for cooking segments. They’re very pretty but not practical for cooking and they get in the way…this is not a hate comment at all just a suggestion. ❤️���� great video

  • What an awesome time with your friend Lisa and it was so nice to see her I know you have talked about her before and what a nice surprise for her to teach us her dough recipe and exactly how to do all of these fun things that have been like a lost art and that every girl should know how to do!!! Thank you lovely ladies for sharing this with all of us what a fun time yummy too��❤️������

  • I almost didn’t watch this one, but I’m so glad I did. Looking forward to trying these dishes as soon as I can get to the grocery store.And I will be able to watch step by step. Good job!

  • Loving this video! Every thing looks so delicious. And I love the way she explained it so well and going into detail. Can’t wait for second part!

  • Girl thank you for this! I couldn’t tell you how many times I’ve seen girls in the gym doing glute workouts wrong and potentially gonna hurt themselves and i see them looking at instagram.

  • Yes ma’am, we had one of those Tupperware bowls (a green one) in our house when I was growing up too! My mom wasn’t much of a baker (I learned from my Grandma), but that bowl was mostly used for her potato salad. That was her dish to make for family gatherings. Lisa is so informative, and her step by step instructions reminds me of my high school Home Ec. teacher! Did I just date myself there? I’m sure girls today don’t even have Home Ec. in school anymore. LOL! Looking forward to the next video!

  • Thank you for doing this. Oh, tell Lisa I am diffinetly going to try this. When I was first married, I wasted 10 pound sof flour trying to make good home made bread. Now almost, ouch 69 years old, I am going to watch this video again and make this bread and follow you while I try this again.

  • You girls are making me so hungry. Loved that you showed how you do every step to make your dough. How wonderful that your friend shared her Mother’s recipe. I definitely want to try this. Cannot wait to see what else you will make with the rest of this dough. Wonderful video. Thanks girls.

  • Happy Monday beautiful friends. What’s up with me and watching cooking again with you. Lol I’m loving it. Hiii Lisa ❤️. Great tip to wear gloves. I may now make myself some bread. You two are gorgeous onlookers as Lisa does her thing ��. I’d be drinking a glass of wine �� while i watched her do her magic. Can’t wait for more. Hugs, Jennifer Xx ��

  • Hi Girls! OMG Lisa is awesome and so talented!!! That dough looked great!! Lisa’s instructions were so easy to follow! Definitely going to try this! Karen and Lauren……….A good friend is like a four leaf clover…..hard to find and lucky to have!!! I’d say you are both very, very lucky!! Hugs!:)

  • Every Saturday at grandmas house; stacks of pizzas and homemade buns. Her house smelled amazing. Nothing like hot homemade buns smothered with butter.

  • It’s so hard to have to wait until Wednesday lol. I’ve learned so much. Thank you and thank you to you friend. I’m so hungry now lol

  • ohhhhhh LADIES you outdid yourself on these I ordered both sauces off amazon too the 6in1 and red packet, I really cant wait until Wednesday. THANK YOU FOR ALL THE TIME YOU SPEND FOR US. love you lots for sure