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Thanks, SLS, for running everything together. It was all listed out. Now it makes no sense.

Carrie

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Upper body:

Lower Ls, with 8 lb weight between feet. 15 reps Kneeling push ups. 15 reps Kneeling bicep curls, with two 8 lb weights. 15 reps Break, then repeat 2 more times.

Laying down, with knees bent, triceps extension, with two 8 lb weights. 15 reps. Laying down, with knees bent, chest flies, with two 8 lb weights. 15 reps Oblique side dips. 20 reps, each side. Break, then repeat 2 more times.

Bent over lateral raise, with two 5 lb weights. 15 reps Plank. 45 sec Break, then repeat 2 more times.

Seated Row, 50 lbs. 3 sets, 15 reps

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Have any couples done resistance training together? I think this would be so sexy and beneficial

on YouTube /watch?v=9hwW1SPLH8s

Wilmington NC
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I can vouch for the site Intimatenights mentions as I am on there currently. Lots of great information and tips.

BLT: Thanks for the compliment. I'm definitely no trainer and have been stumbling through fitness this past year or so. Just want to stop wasting time and focus on getting a solid base down. I've done fairly well but want to be sure I move forward smartly. It's been a fun transformation from my precious life but I want to see if I can take it up a notch.

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Hi guys we have actually just started a lifestyle fitness group on facebook if you are interested send us the bird and we can get you started we will read your profile on sls this is for real lifestyle people in two days we have over 70 members and it is growing

Georgetown DE
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BLT: i used to be AFAA and ACE certified; it always amazed me at fitness conventions the many different shapes & sizes instructors & trainers came in.

hafta say the best gauge of a trainer's ability isn't their own appearance. it's the appearance (and more importantly the progress!!!) of their clients. best route is to ask for at least 2 references when interviewing.

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I always tell people to look for trainers that look they way they (the person being trained) wants to look. I don't care who you are trainers always train people close to the way they train themselves. This only applies to more advanced people, people just starting out can benefit from damn near any structured program. Provided they stick with it.

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Yondude: You look like you could be a personal trainer and while we're on that, what does he or she, the trainer, look like? One of the questions on the AFAA test that I got wrong, among many as this test is so hard, was the appearance of the personal trainer. I thought they should look in shape and that was the incorrect answer. I am not saying that if a person doesn't look the part, they don't know their shit but I must say that I don't want a PT with a huge gut standing over me telling me what to do. On the other hand, I do like group fitness trainers (women) who have real curves and look like they eat and are not anorexic.

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Hour of free weights and core followed by a quick 1.5 mile run for cardio. Will be working with a CPT to work up a program.

Washington DC
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nope, just trying to get back in what i consider "good" shape for me. i know a lot of folks would be satisfied to maintain but i want to push and get into my usedta be "lean and mean cardio machine" shape. it'll take more than a couple months at the rate I have time for but eventually i hope to get there.

toe cramps were cause i wore heels all day and jumped right in to it late at night, should've pressed out the toes first to stretch 'em out after the day in heels. next time i will!

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