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Why Don’t Some Workout | Portland Personal Trainer

Posted On April 6th, 2017

Why Don’t You Work Out? It’s a pondering question, but a serious health risk too. It’s ponders the fitness community It seems that motivation and even the initial spark to even start a fitness program is super challenging for some individuals. The crazy part is that even though the biggest excuse people make is time, […]

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Core Exercises For Runners

Posted On February 16th, 2017

‘I don’t stop when I’m tired, I stop when I’m done’ is the attitude every runner should possess. Each man has a dream to be Usain Bolt. Always remember, the feeling which you get from a good run is far better than the feeling you get from just sitting around thinking and wishing you were […]

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Our New Personal Trainer Thomas Waterman

Posted On June 18th, 2016

Hello Portland, Oregon! I just wanted to let you know that we have an new amazing team member here at The Art of Personal Training and his name is, Thomas Waterman! Thomas brings an extensive amount of experience, knowledge and practical experience to our studio. He has been a personal trainer for over 10 years […]

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Personal Training In Portland | What To Eat Prior To Exercise | Portland, Oregon

Posted On October 23rd, 2013

This is always a big questions with a lot of our clients is: what should we eat before we come to our personal training session. We always give them some certain rules that they should abide by, but sometimes, they are a meeting or an event and the food choices are limited, so it happens. […]

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Category : Food Plan

Personal Trainer Portland Or | Plantar Fasciitis Pain

Posted On August 6th, 2013

It hurts when you take that first step in the morning! It feels like you have a broken heel or there is a piece of glass in there! I TOTALLY GET IT! I suffered many years with this pain and it is just mind draining to have to deal with this plantar fasciitis. Here are […]

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Personal Trainer Portland Or | The Importance of Carbohydrates

Posted On July 25th, 2013

Cutting carbs is a popular trend right now that has more disadvantages than advantages. Our bodies use carbohydrates for several functions; tissues and cells use it for energy and it is the body’s main source of fuel. We convert carbs easily to glucose as our main energy source, before using fat or protein. There are […]

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Personal Trainer in Portland Or | Better Than A Crunch

Posted On July 25th, 2013

Despite their popularity, crunches can cause a lot of damage to the spine, our posture, and are a major cause of lower back pain. There are several core exercises that work the abs more effectively and actually prevent lower back pain. Here is one example. The plank is one of the best exercises for core […]

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Personal Trainer Portland Or | Foam Rolling For Beginners

Posted On July 23rd, 2013

Congratulations! You’ve heard all about this foam rolling thing and you’ve decided to give it a try! You won’t regret it- foam rolling helps to eliminate pain and tightness and improves movement and posture. But where to start, you ask? Let’s start with purchasing your very first foam roll. You can buy a roll at […]

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Portland Personal Trainer | What is a quick way to increase your mile time on a track?

Posted On July 20th, 2013

One of the best ways to make yourself better in all aspects of life is to push yourself out of your comfort zone. Do something you’ve never done before. If you want to run a faster mile on the track, you need to push yourself to run faster. Right? The key here is having a […]

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Portland Personal Trainer | Why You Should Endure the Pain | Foam Rolling

Posted On July 10th, 2013

Most clients dread the pain and awkward positions that accompany using a foam roll. While it is in fact usually quite painful, it is also a necessary part of your workout routine. Not only does it release tension in your muscles, but it aids in correcting muscle imbalances that can put you at risk for […]

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