Fitness TogetherCherry Creek
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Denver, CO   80220
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Trainer Tuesday: I've been exercising consistently for a while now with great results, however I recently stopped losing weight. Why is this happening?

Posted: 10/21/2014

This means you have reached a plateau. Two things could be happening. One thing could be that your nutrition is off, like if you are eating more calories then burning.

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Trainer Tuesday: Why is it important to include both strength and cardiovascular training into my workout routine?

Posted: 10/15/2014

It is very important to include both strength training and cardio training into a routine. Strength training will build muscle, promote fat loss, and is functional for daily activities. While cardio will help with fat loss, higher endurance, and reduces stress. 

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Trainer Tuesday: Why is it important to eat before a workout, and what are some good options for pre-workout meals?

Posted: 10/07/2014

What to eat before your workout is long been debated because it can be very individual. Three things should be under consideration when thinking about what to eat do pre-workout.

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Trainer Tuesday: Should I workout when I'm sick?

Posted: 09/30/2014

Working out when sick, really comes down to the symptoms of the sickness. The rule of thumb is if the symptoms are all above the neck (nasal congestion, common cold, headache) it's OK to workout but if the symptoms are below the neck (chest

congestion, coughing, or stomach issues) plan on skipping the gym.

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Trainer Tuesday: If my muscles aren't sore the next day, does that mean my workout wasn't effective?

Posted: 09/23/2014

No. Muscle soreness isn’t a good indicator of the effectiveness of your workouts. Muscles soreness is caused by changes in your workout routine or doing something new that your body isn’t used to.

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What's the difference between weight machines and free weights?

Posted: 09/16/2014

The difference between machine exercises vs. free weight exercises is going to depend on the gym experience that you have and the type of workout being achieved.  

Machine exercises are great for people new to lifting, rehabilitation, and isolating muscles. When using a machine the first thing you will notice is that it works in one predetermined plane, which will isolate the focus on one or two muscles.

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What is interval training and why is it important to incorporate it into my fitness routine?

Posted: 09/09/2014

Interval training is periods of exercise, usually short and typically at or close to anaerobic exercise levels (high intensity) followed by rest or recovery periods involving a lower intensity.  The main goal of interval training would be to improve speed and cardiovascular fitness.

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How can I flatten my stomach and get rid of belly fat?

Posted: 09/04/2014

There is no special exercise or special diet that will that will specifically help you to target only belly fat. Contrary to what may people believe, doing more abdominal exercises such as sit-ups and crunches is not the way to a flatter stomach.

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Why don't my workouts ever get easier?

Posted: 08/26/2014

The work outs seem to never get any easier because your trainer is constantly changing up the exercises, reps and sets so that your body does not get use to certain movements. The work load is gradually increasing with the weights you lift and higher intensity movements; so that is why "you" the clients are feeling like the work outs are never getting any easier because you are gradually improving and getting stronger which allows your trainer to give you more elite exercises and routines.

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Trainer Tuesday: How does time of day affect your work out?

Posted: 08/20/2014

There are studies that support different results regarding exercise and time of day. However a large majority of the population is not considering “performance” when deciding what time of the day they will work out. It’s more about convenience and when they will realistically be able to fit it in.

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