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March, 2012

Portland personal trainer: Sore after a workout

If you are getting sore after a hard weight training workout, then you are not alone. Getting sore is something that happens to a lot of people who partake in physical fitness, weight lifting and just exercise. It is a term that we call in the personal training industry as DOMS, which stands for Delayed […]

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Working Out: Which Muscles to Workout Out

When you are starting to workout or exercise a lot of individuals will mimic what they see in the gym, because they do not know any better. What I would recommend is that you start studying muscle groups and the specific actions that they do. The rule of thumb is that most of the movements that you […]

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How to lose fat weight

When wanting to lose more body fat percentage, you have to remember that it takes 3500 calories to burn one pound of fat. The easiest way to approach this would be to burn 250 calories from exercise and 250 calories taken out of your diet. If you can follow this principle, then you will lose […]

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Adding High Intensity Workouts To Your Routines

Here is an excellent article that we just found by the top personal trainer in Portland, Oregon. This is from Active.com so please check it out. This workout involves plank exercises with dumbbells rows, dead man burpees, dumbbell chest presses on the floor with alternating leg lifts, an awesome sit up squat ply hop, etc. […]

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Smiling is easy

Leaving his comfort and sense of home contributes to Jacob’s isolation and that of all elderly that must move into assisted living facilities, hospitals, and nursing homes. “Our personal social networks constitute a key depository of our identities, our histories, and our well-being” (McGoldrick & Hardy, 2008, p. 39) Social disruption for the aging individual […]

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Running in Circles

I1: Ordeal will be given that Edith must accomplish if she decides to be anxious. Like going to the gym and running 2 miles. I2 : If I saw resistance of Edith, I would want to do a pretend technique “fake it till you make it”. Pretend she has achieved her goal of getting out […]

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Stay Ahead

Goal: Increase Edith and Sheri’s stage by deciding where they should be and where they are stuck in to reduce maladaptive and interference in ability to function. I1: Through process questions, help them identify their emotional responses and how to effectively manage their anxiety. I2: Promote Impulse control and healthy judgement to envision a hopeful […]

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Working hard

Working Phase Goal: Increase Edith and Sheri’s skills in communication to reduce feeling of inferiority and to move toward superiority. I1: Using The Question to uncover how Edith and Sheri would like to communicate and ways they would like to discuss interactions. 12: Acting as if to encourage clients to act like the answer to […]

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