Home Personal Trainer

Would you like for a Home personal trainer to teach you how to tone your muscles and reshape your body into the tight firm sexy physique you've always wanted? Or to spark new muscle growth like never before?

Tone up or bulk up; it's all done using the same basic principals. And it is never done with long, drawn out workouts.

Most people fail because they don't know where to start or how to avoid the pitfalls of training.


With a home personal trainer, you can easily skip the fustrating learning curve associated with an unstructured workout program.

A home personal trainer can make sure every time you enter the gym, you know exactly what you need to do to lose weight, tone up, or build muscle.

Denver Personal Trainer Tips

So far cardio seems to have a leg up on weights for fat burning. Is that right---Not necessarily…If the cardio workout is strenuous enough the resting metabolic rate (RMR) will be elevated temporarily anywhere from 1 to 12 hours afterwards. However, weight training elevates the RMR permanently. This accounts for 60-75 percent of your daily calorie expenditure, which will help burn more fat.

Explain what resting metabolic rate is---The Resting Metabolic Rate (RMR) or also referred to as Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR), is the amount of energy/calories our bodies expend while at rest yet still awake. These calories are used to sustain our bodies’ basic needs such as breathing, regulating body temperature, and the function of vital body organs. The higher our RMR, the more calories our bodies need and burn while at rest. Raising the RMR is a great way to help people who wish to lose weight. And we can do this through diet and exercise…specifically weight training. I say weight training because this type of exercise allows us to add more lean muscle to our bodies. Because muscle requires more energy/calories to maintain itself our RMR increases the more of it we have.

Regarding weights and cardio-the calorie burning effect doesn't just end with the workout, right---Correct. This is also known as the “afterburn” or as the science guys call it, EPOC (excess post-exercise oxygen consumption). This is when your body continues to burn calories at a faster then normal rate for several hours after your workout. The longer and harder you workout, the greater the post workout metabolism increase and the longer it lasts.

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