Fitness Trainer

About Fitness

  1. Sore today, stronger tomorrow.
  2. You’re stronger than your excuses.
  3. Stay fit for life, not just for summer.
  4. Health is real wealth.
  5. I don’t sweat; I sparkle.
  6. I hit the gym because I think my great personality needs a banging body.
  7. Six-pack in progress.
  8. Don’t decrease the goal.
Cristy is a Qualified Level 3 Personal Trainer.
Common types of exercise

There are various types of exercise, including:

  • Aerobic. The core of any fitness program should include some form of continuous movement. Examples include swimming, running, and dancing.
  • Strength. These exercises help increase muscle power and strength. Examples include resistance training, plyometrics, weightlifting, and sprinting.
  • Calisthenics. These moves are usually performed without gym equipment using large muscle groups. They’re done at a medium aerobic pace. Examples include lunges, situps, pushups, and pullups.
  • High-intensity interval training (HIIT). This type of exercise includes repetitions of short bursts of high-intensity exercise followed by low-intensity exercises or rest periods.
  • Boot camps. These are timed-based, high-intensity circuits that combine aerobic and resistance exercises.
  • Balance or stability. These exercises are designed to strengthen muscles and improves body coordination. Examples include Pilates, tai chi poses, and core-strengthening exercises.
  • Flexibility. These types of exercises help muscle recovery, maintain range of motion, and prevent injuries. Examples include yoga or individual muscle-stretch movements.

Personal Training

A certified personal trainer is someone who is trained in creating and implementing safe and effective exercise programs for their clients. In other words, they’ll help you work out and execute other lifestyle changes to reach your fitness goal.


0600 – 0700 Hours


0600 – 0700 Hours


0600 – 0700 Hours


0600 – 0700 Hours


0600 – 0700 Hours


0600 – 0700 Hours


0600 – 0700 Hours


0600 – 0700 Hours


0600 – 0700 Hours

Training Schedule

  • Monday: Cardio.
  • Tuesday: Lower body.
  • Wednesday: Upper body and core.
  • Thursday: Active rest and recovery.
  • Friday: Lower body with a focus on glutes.
  • Saturday: Upper body.
  • Sunday: Rest and recovery


Diet Or Fitness Report


Diet & Fitness Report


Diet & Fitness Max

Building a Budget Home Gym

Let’s assume you don’t have all the money in the world. If so, you’ll need to pack your gym with the right equipment for the right price. Whether you want better fitness or to build muscle, you don’t need lots of money to achieve your aim if you buy used equipment or if you build your own. Get used equipment from friends and colleague who have stopped using their gym equipment or search Craigslist or eBay or Facebook Marketplace for quality used exercise bikes, rowing machines, treadmills, or steppers.

What People Say About Me

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