I believe training begins with education and prevention (of injuries, disease and overall health deterioration). Incorporating a basic knowledge of anatomy, physiology and nutrition with training promotes responsibility and adherence to one's exercise program. I value staying up on the current research so as to fight a lot of the fitness "quackery" present in the field today, as well as to provide my clients with the best possible information whether they are beginning weight trainers or seasoned athletes.
I invite you to check out my credentials, read through the comments I have received from clients, and contact me if you are interested in starting an exercise program or breathing new life into an existing one.
1.Do you have trouble committing to exercising three to four times a week? 2.Are you unsure how to use all the equipment at your gym, or which equipment is best for your needs? 3.Do you sometimes feel you are just "going through the motions" and not achieving the results you want? 4.Have you been doing the same exercise program for months/years? 5.Have you reached a plateau in your progress? 6.Is it difficult to motivate yourself to try harder each time? 7.Do you feel you need more guidance to get the most from your exercise program? 8.Do you want to train for a specific event/activity/sport and are unsure where to begin?
Top 14 Reasons to Exercise
Self Esteem and Mood State
Increased function & mobility with less pain
Better management and prevention
Blood Triglycerides and HDL-C
Independently improved with aerobic exercise
Maintained/increased bone mineral density
Stress, Depression and Anxiety
Reduced (when elevated)
Lowered incidence in women
Total Cholesterol and LDL-C
Improved with aerobic exercise combined with weight loss
Enhanced cardio protection
Musculoskeletal Health and Sarcopenia (loss of muscle mass especially due to old age)
Body Composition (including Obesity concerns)
Bob Zunino, B.A., A.F.A.A. Personal Trainer Cell/Text: 415.823.3817 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org