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Fitness Trainer Portland | Post Recovery Foods & Drinks

Posted On February 10th, 2012

After your workout, you need to have a post-recovery meal or drink to replenish vital nutrients, such as protein, carbohydrates and essential fat. Check out my latest video that I did on what foods and drinks I use as a post recover meal or drink. It is very informative and you can benefit from these helpful hints. […]

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Portland Fitness Article : Top 4 Reasons to Work Out With a Fitness Trainer at Home

Posted On February 9th, 2012

By Kisar Dhillon There are several good reasons why most people prefer to work out with their own fitness trainer at home. You yourself may benefit from at-home personal training programs, too, and you can find out if it’s so by considering the factors listed below. Less time wasted There is no need for you to […]

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Fitness Article | Top 4 Benefits for Personal Training

Posted On February 8th, 2012

By Kisar Dhillon The initial costs of personal training can be somewhat dismaying, but it will be more than likely offset by the benefits listed below. You are guaranteed to enjoy each and every advantage listed here if and when you get your own fitness trainer. Motivation Professional fitness trainers have been schooled and trained to […]

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Portland Personal Trainer | How does EcoFicient Fitness Work

Posted On February 8th, 2012

EcoFicient fitness works by not only reducing the time it takes to do a workout, but it includes the ability to use Plugout Fitness equipment created by founder Adam Boesel. These include spin bikes and elliptical’s that will create caloric expenditure for the individual, and at the same time will help the environment reduce its carbon footprint […]

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Portland Fitness Trainer | Fast Twitch and Slow Twitch Muscle

Posted On February 7th, 2012

So what is the difference between fast twitch and slow twitch muscle fibers? In basic terms, fast twitch muscle fibers are involved in activities where the muscle will contract a lot in a shorter period of time, which will cause it to fatigue rapidly. These activities include very fast sprinting, short bursts of quick energy, […]

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Portland Personal Trainer | Exercising too Hard | Here are the Fitness Signs

Posted On February 6th, 2012

There comes a point in your fitness routine when you just need to rest. I am not talking about taking a day off or two from working out (another blog post), but I am talking about when you are not able to catch your breath, you feel nauseous, your hands are getting clammy, you are […]

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Portland Personal Trainer | Dieting Tips | For Quicker Fitness Success

Posted On February 4th, 2012

If you have a fitness trainer providing you with personal training, he or she would likely be the first one to agree that dieting and exercise always go hand in hand. You may still get results from doing aerobic exercise or weight lifting faithfully, but the absence of diet is guaranteed to slow down your […]

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Baby Boomers | Obese Americans | Will Need Personal Trainers

Posted On February 2nd, 2012

Check out my latest article on why Baby Boomers and Obese Americans Will Need Personal Trainers Baby Boomer Article Thanks, Kisar Dhillon The Art of Personal Training by Kisar Dhillon 107 SE Washington Street, Suite 137 Portland, Oregon 97214 (503) 953-0241  

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The Hip Flexors | 3 muscles that Flex the Hip Muscles

Posted On January 29th, 2012

The three muscles that will flex the hip are the: iliopsoas, rectus femoris and then sartorius. These muscles have importance for executing a curl-up/sit-up and many other movements that involve hip flexion. For example, if you were to lift your leg in a bent position and bring your knee towards your chest like you are […]

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What are the muscles involved in Trunk Rotation | The Sarape Effect

Posted On January 29th, 2012

The muscles involved in trunk rotation are:  1. External Obliques – these go the same direction as a vest pocket 2. Internal Obliques – these go diagonally 3. Serratus Anterior – these are from the ribs to the scapula (right & left) 4.  Rhomboids – these go from the scapula to the vertebral column 5. Rectus […]

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