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High Intensity Interval Training

Posted On February 20th, 2017

It is very true that one can carry out High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) at a very comfortable intensity when starting. But the aim should be to work as hard as you can to maximal your heart rate to 100%. Ideally not only working out but holding on the intensity for a longer span of […]

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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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Lower Body Strength in Seniors | Portland Personal Trainer

Posted On February 12th, 2015

Lower body strength is important for elderly people, as it will help maintain balance and provide a stable base from which the rest of the body can operate.  However, it’s trickier for seniors to strengthen their bodies, as strength and bone density decline.  That means that it’s not feasible for senior men and women to […]

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Portland Personal Trainer | Exercises for an Injured Knee!

Posted On June 17th, 2013

By Kisar S. Dhillon Here is our latest article on Active.com about knee injuries and some excellent ways to rehab this area of the body! In this article we are going to be showing  you four different exercises that you can do to help with this chronic knee pain that you can get from running […]

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Portland Personal Trainer | Importance of Breathing!

Posted On June 14th, 2013

When it comes to breathing, it is extremely important that you do not reverse it, especially if you are participating in resistance exercise. Even though weigh lifting is said to be the fountain of youth, if you do not do it correctly, it can really affect how you feel during your exercise routine. One of […]

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Portland Personal Trainer What is Active Rest | How To Use It!

Posted On May 31st, 2013

So what is Active rest! Well, it is basically what it says: you are resting from the exercise you just completed, but your are still moving during that rest time. The purpose of doing this is to enhance recovery time, increase caloric expenditure, physical awareness, and also to keep you from getting cooling down. The […]

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Personal Trainer Portland | Battling Rope Exercises

Posted On May 16th, 2013

Here is our latest article that we have written for Active.com and it just got published today. It is called, “4 Battling Rope Exercises” and here is the link to read the entire article: ACTIVE.COM Article Quick Snapshot of the Article: There are a lot of fitness enthusiasts in the world that love to do […]

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Portland Personal Trainer | IDEA West Conference | Dynamax Medicine Ball Workshop

Posted On May 8th, 2013

We just got back from the IDEA West Conference in Seattle, WA and it was amazing. The best thing about it was that it was small, intimate and you were able to get the personal attention that you would get when exercising at a private boutique personal training studio. The various exercises that we learned […]

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Personal Trainer Portland Oregon | Doing Yard Work | Gardening Safely

Posted On April 20th, 2013

Here in Portland, Oregon a lot of us love to get into the yard and plant flowers, clean up our flower beds and just make our landscaping look beautiful. This is also a great way to enjoy a sunny day here in the Northwest, but it is also a great way to relieve stress from […]

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Personal Trainer Portland | Are You Hungry or Just Dehydrated?

Posted On April 12th, 2013

The next time you are thinking about eating or snacking, ask yourself if you are actually hungry. One of the signs of dehydration is in the form of wanting to eat or a sense of being hungry. Before you gorge on something because you just want to eat, drink a glass of water and then […]

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