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- Endurance level 💯
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- Sorry not sorry, your personal trainer is probably a terrible source of nutrition advice.🐸🍵🤷🏻♀️
I am one, so I know exactly the type of outdated, generic nutrition education most of them have. (Hint: it sucks).
In light of recent ~events~ in the fitspo space, I felt the need to reiterate this!👏🏻
So- This is your friendly reminder to DO YOUR RESEARCH! Don’t hire someone just because they look good and they have followers.😖
👉🏻“Looking good” RARELY equates to a person being capable of giving safe/researched/unbiased nutrition advice.
I’m here to tell you right now, I didn’t learn SQUAT about nutrition with my PT cert. (see what I did there 😉)
Most certifications tell you the absolutely minimal basics. If I had never expanded my knowledge base from that, no doubt I would not be a very good coach lol.🙃
Fitness coaches/personal trainers can expand that general base by reading books, articles, studies, ebooks, listening to podcasts and other unbiased, educational content.
BUT- *Most* big box gym “personal trainers” do not have the passion or drive to care about continuing education; on top of the fact that they’d have no time to explain it to you anyways.
What can you do to make sure you can trust whoever you’re reaching out to for help?!
✅ASK for their resume. How are they so qualified to guide you?
✅YOU should interview THEM! Ask them why they think they can help you specifically and make them explain how they will do it.
✅ASK for proof of client success via testimonials *or* research & reach out to their current/past clients to ask them yourself!!!
I hope this enlightened you & you’ll do your research before putting your health in someone’s hands!🙌🏻
👉🏻what’s the most ridiculous nutrition advice you’ve gotten from a “fitness professional” before?!
Mine was: “don’t eat more than 300 calories after your workout”🙄☠️
9 hours ago
- Glutes and core workout
@mariela.bravo.fit - Glúteos & Core ‼️
Try this amazing workout at home 😉 with ankle weights (mine are 5 lbs each one)
Try doing 3 rounds of each exercise - 8 - 10 reps per round (10 with each leg - in total 20 reps per round) 🙌🏻
13 hours ago