Produce a Workout Program – 5 Questions You Have To Ask


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Ask who, what, when, where, and why when planning your exercise routine. 1. Who? Who do you want to exercise with? Do you prefer to exercise alone, with a friend, or with a group? 2. What?

What type of exercise do you enjoy or have you enjoyed in the past? If you don’t enjoy exercise, what type of exercise are you willing to do? 3. When?Before you go balls-to-the-wall with just any old workout, take a step back and ask yourself these seven questions to make sure you’re fully prepped for what’s ahead: Alyssa Zolna.

Commonly asked questions about exercise. Custom workout plans. Here you can explore and create workout plans designed by All of our workouts will include an exercise selection customizable for your needs so you will receive the ideal workout program. Simply choose one of the workouts below to get started.

After 20 years of experience interviewing and hiring professionals, here’s my take on the five best questions you can ask during your next job interview and why you should ask them. 1. Personal trainers are expected to have knowledge and deliver exceptional customer service. Your trainer should be energetic, motivating, caring and most of all, professional. Below are five fitness questions that your trainer should ask when you become a new client to cover the little things that in the end, will give you a great experience and build a lasting relationship with your personal.

9 Workout Questions You’ve Always Been Afraid to Ask, Answered STACK provides answers to 9 questions rarely asked about exercise and fitness. 0. Here’s something to file under the ‘Must Read’ category for instructional designers and anyone else tasked with creating training; a great list of questions to consider before you start working on any training program.

NOTE: These questions originally created and shared by The Training Doctor were offline for awhile but now they’re back. You can find. In case you ever wondered, here are my top 12 most frequently asked fitness questions: 1. How come the scale shows me as being heavier, yet my body fat is less? Well, your muscles use glycogen to perform resistance training. So are you start to weight train, your muscles will use store more and more glycogen.

This in turn can make you heavier. Many companies use Gallup’s Q 12 employee engagement survey to measure engagement at the workgroup level, which gives them insight into where engagement is strong and where it can improve. But simply measuring engagement will not cause managers or employees to be engaged.

Engagement is the result of many factors, including individual and team commitment to improving the.

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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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“What’s your fitness goal, and how are you going to accomplish it?”

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1 What are your current personal fitness goals?

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What further questions would be helpful prior to initiating an exercise program?

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Based on review of your activity log, what are three changes you could make to your current exercise plan to improve your overall fitness and athletic performance?

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“What kind of workout routine should I choose?”

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If you were standing in front of a group of power athletes, what are the three key nutrition messages you would give them to help them achieve their goals?

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An optional third question recommended by EIM is3 How many days a week do you perform muscle-strengthening exercises, such as bodyweight exercises or resistance training?

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You should be able to answer most of these exercise questions, but don’t skip them— they are important.

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  • Hello, good morning. Hope you are doing well.

    I want to know that how personal trainer conduct and design sessions and how much sessions a client needs according to his fitness goals?

  • Hi. I’m new to you’re channel. I wanted to ask if, doing squats or anything that has to do with hip strengthening will make my hips worse. I have severe osteoporosis and osteoarthritis in both hips which makes it hard for me to walk. I’d appreciate any feedback if possible. TIA❤✌��

  • I agree with having a good cert. and on experience but really a personal training is just that. No one with a 4 year degree is going to work for a health club or for the peanuts some personal trainers make. Most trainers focus on exercise for fitness. They’re not doctors or nutritionists, please cut it out!!!

  • Great Channel Simon!  Big question: What do you do when you see someone sit on an apparatus using their mobile phone? I totally agree not asking when they’re done but I see a lot of people sitting on the equipment twiddling their thumbs on a screen.

  • About number one, that’s a tad bit petty no? What if you genuinely want to know so that you can use it? In my gym, there is a set number of machines. So when I go in and somebody is using it, I politely ask how many sets they have and patiently wait. It’s not intrusive

  • I am in UK across the pond. Would that be the same here. Or is it just in the USA. Very interesting video.
    As for online I follow Jeff at atlean X. He is also very good.

  • Which is why I only trust and follow workout tips on this channel (ever since I found it)
    Too many fitness influencers out there and yes they look great but I don’t only wanna look great, I wanna be healthy in the long run too

  • The 5 questions are
    1. Who are you?
    2. What do you do?
    3. Where are you from?
    4. Who are you here with?
    5. What are you up to later?

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  • I would definitely avoid these kinds of interview questions, especially “where do you work”.
    It is a question that i do not like to answer or ask myself, as it is not aimed towards getting to know the person, but rather it is trying to figure out the social status, educational background and economic situation of that individual, all at once, even though they do not have to indicate anything(I know people with a PhD that work in a coffee shop, engineers that work as truck drivers, and i know people that quit high school that own their own company and make 5x the average engineers or doctors make in my country)..

  • What are you girls celebrating tonight? How do you know each of your friends?
    Are you drinking tonight? Are you the designated driver?
    Do not ask if she has a boyfriend, she may be willing to cheat.
    Timing of logistical questions is important. Ask those later in the set or you will get made as a fuckboy who’s gonna ask every other girl to come home with him. Don’t get caught grinding with every girl in the club, it lowers your value.

  • what? “who you’re here with”??? really? that’a a pussy question bruh… she’s talking to you, start digging more about her shit, like “how do you like that job? I heard it’s a tough job ’cause of ///” and so on.. “who you are here with”???? really? you’re such a pussy bruh

  • 5 basic questions for sure. Some people in the comments state they don’t work but they’re not looking at the questions themselves, instead of HOW they say it.

    One basic adjustment you can make with these questions is to state “Alright, time to pull out the basic get to know you questions.” something similar like that showing social awareness, showing her you know the ins and outs of how these questions may sound.

    another adjustment, instead of asking questions, be specific. Make assumptions playfully. instead of asking “who are you here with” you can say “i’m going to take a wild guess and say that energetic crowd is with you” and state why you made that assumptions. When you do make these assumptions make sure they are genuine so you can actually know how and why you made it and explain why you made it

    its not always what you say but HOW guys.

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  • Your body language suggests that you are collating information and distributing it. Nice background shot to demonstrate success, possitive vibes and speaking with possitive attitude but I doubt that your talents hold as much value as you portray. Maybe something to consider. Maybe you are successful but seeing this does not convince me. I am experienced, I have taught and I just can’t feel it from watching this video alone. No disrespect but maybe work on your eyes and hand motions when believing in what you say

  • My Ielts speaking questions and topics for today August 22nd:
    Part 1:
    -Home you grew up in, what did you like about it?
    -Home you are living in now
    -What kind of home do you want to live in in the future?
    -Do people use public transport in your country?
    Part 2:
    -A time you helped someone…etc
    Part 3:
    -What should children do to help their parents at home?
    -What should the government do to help its citizens?
    Good luck all!