Posts tagged best fitness advice
You may recall a few weeks ago I introduced you all to Steve Pfiester, a great friend of mine. Well today I’d like you to meet Bonnie, his better half! (just kidding Steve!)
Bonnie lives and breathes fitness every day of her life and it shows. On most days you’ll find her posting awesome motivational pictures and quotes, and sharing her own personal experiences with workouts, diet and programs.
What I like most about Bonnie is she’s real, she shares feelings and thoughts about food and exercises that most of us think, but won’t fess up or admit to. On a personal More >
I really like sharing the views and thoughts of other fitness and health professionals with you. The truth is that much of what I’ve learned has come by way of listening to others that have many years experience in fitness – both personally and professionally. I think it’s really important for all of you to hear from other pros and take away what resonates with you.
I became aware of Heather Frey from Smash Fit by surprise! You guessed it – Twitter. First of all I’m the Angry Trainer and her brand is Smash Fit, so I was intrigued right away. More >
One of the truly amazing aspects of launching Angry Trainer Fitness are the opportunities it’s provided me to meet new people in the health and fitness world. Through social media I’ve met some great new friends and been connected with many true industry pros.
Today’s expert for our Expert Advice strand is Lori L Shemek, PHD, CLC, NC. Now you all know how I feel about credentials right? Well in this instance Lori knows her stuff and then some!
Dr. Shemek is the health expert for Good Morning Texas and was voted a Top 16 Health and Fitness Expert by the Huffington More >
I hope you’re all enjoying the new Expert Advice postings we’re running here on the site. My hope is that these pieces will give you some insight into the minds of today’s top trainers and fitness experts.
Today’s expert is Gunnar Peterson. About a year ago I reached out to famed personal trainer/athletic coach Gunnar via Twitter and with absolute class he’s stayed in touch, always has time to answer my questions and even collaborated with me on a workout program (see the Related Posts below)
As I said in my original review, Gunnar is a true coach, motivator and Rock Star More >
I’ve got a great guy lined up to share his thoughts on fitness for you today. Meet Pierce, aka “Professor P”. He runs BodyFit Lab, a premiere personal training center in Chicago. His credentials (Masters Degree in Physiology and Exercise Science) and client lists of athletes and celebrities are impressive, but it’s his PASSION for health and fitness and his desire to educate people that make him special.
Not only does Pierce train individuals, he trains trainers! That’s something you don’t hear everyday. Let’s see what he has to say.
Today we’ve got another fitness industry expert on tap to answer our 10 ATF health and fitness questions. Meet my friend Carla Birnberg, also know as MizFitOnline . Carla is an award winning writer, blogger, public speaker, Fila Spokesperson and model, fellow FitFluential Ambassador and lover of Dr. Seuss! She’s been featured in countless publications and she was named one of Austin’s fittest moms!
Most important of all though is Carla’s passion for health. Here’s what the little powerhouse has to say:
Hey everyone – as you know we’re always looking for ways to improve and expand the ATF site so I’m really excited to share a brand new feature we’re launching today called ‘Expert Advice’.
Angry Trainer Fitness is all about giving you the REAL deal when it comes to your health and fitness and I’d be the first to admit I don’t have ALL the answers (only 99% of them!)
So once a week I’ll be asking some of the fitness industry’s leading pros 10 key questions that’ll help give you insight into your own program and choices. After all, you can More >
The saying “Knowledge Is Power” has never been more appropriate than when applied to a fitness regimen.
Think about it – over the years how much have YOU learned from your own experience in your quest for fitness? And think about all the mistakes you’ve made in your diet and eating habits. That knowledge, those files that you have stored in your brain under ‘health and fitness’, are invaluable. But wouldn’t it have been so much easier if you could go back and learn those same lessons a lot quicker!
So today I’m asking YOU what advice you’d give to new trainees?
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