personal trainer

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per′sonal train′er

a person who works one-on-one with a client to plan or implement an exercise or fitness regimen.
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Founded in 2005, Fitness on the Go makes working out with a personal trainer easier and more affordable.
Look at this guy,' said Jones, who is also Andray Blatche's personal trainer, while taking a video of Sotto.
Quanto ao local de treino, Teixeira (2013b), afirma que a possibilidade do personal trainer em atender os clientes em qualquer local e um grande diferencial em favor do servico.
Personal trainer is one of the most important professions in the fitness industry.
The things people come out with during training sessions can also be a source of amusement - the personal trainer we spoke to said he'd heard some outrageous "sex noises" while coaching.
A personal trainer with the voice of your favorite Netflix character and the capability of pausing your music or show if you start falling behind your fitness goals during a workout. This device is one of Netflix's "Make It" projects, "a series of DIY projects inspired by ideas from our fans and our engineers," according to the site.
The study had as objective to determine the motivational factors that lead young adults demand and adherence to training with personal trainer in a gym of Fortaleza-CE.
The way it works is through three types of weekly programmes - a group run where up to 30 people meet with a personal trainer and after a warm-up jog, they head to a community organisation to help with tasks.
Ten years ago, only the super-rich and celebrities had personal trainers.
The subscription-based platform opens up the potential market for personal trainers, who are typically restricted in volume of work by time and location.

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