Fitness

A Personal Trainer Will Help You To Stick To Your Fitness Resolutions

Posted by Nathaniel Dilworth on December 8, 2011 at 9:31 am


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As the end of the year approaches, people start to focus on how to improve their lifestyle, and the regular fitness and weight loss related New Year’s Resolutions start to spring up. Gyms will see a rise in members after the New Years, but this often drops down as people give up their goals after a week or two. Make this the year that you are not one of those people. Make this year the year you choose to work with San Antonio’s top personal trainer, Nathaniel Dilworth.

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Tips for Healthy Holiday Eating

Posted by Nathaniel Dilworth on December 6, 2011 at 4:31 pm

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Everybody knows the holidays are known for the abundance of food. It is very tempting to fall off the health wagon if you let your guard down. But if you are firm in your resolve to follow your fitness program, getting the nutrition you need won’t be as difficult as you think. The Holidays can be enjoyable and delicious too if you make the necessary preparations.

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Healthy Dining Tips for Thanksgiving

Posted by Nathaniel Dilworth on November 24, 2011 at 9:13 am

Eat variety of foods Healthy Dining Tips for ThanksgivingFor most of us trying to maintain a healthy weight during holidays like Thanksgiving are a battleground of calorie rich foods and self-control. You need not go to extreme measures such as skipping Thanksgiving altogether if your self-control is weak. There are great ways to stay healthy and still enjoy yourself in the company of your family and friends.

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Anti-Oxidants : The Superfoods You Should Not Ignore

Posted by Nathaniel Dilworth on November 17, 2011 at 7:17 am

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Eating food rich in anti-oxidants  should be on everyone’s list. Especially if you are about to start a fitness program or are already in one. Anti-oxidants help people succeed in their fitness programs by boosting the mind and body by supplying you with all the vitamins your body needs. Whether you are doing personal training or actually train in a personal training studio, incorporating anti-oxidants  in your diet is a must. Anti-oxidants  restore the body’s delicate equilibrium by shielding the cells of the body from free radicals. We are increasingly exposed to free radicals as a result of pollution and unhealthy diets.

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Nathaniel Dilworth, Personal Trainer and Certified Nutrition Consultant Shares Post-Workout Nutrition

Posted by Nathaniel Dilworth on November 8, 2011 at 9:48 am

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A vital part of any workout, whether alone or with a personal trainer, is your post-workout nutrition. Reaching for your favorite snack food, rationalizing that you’ve earned it, or that you can afford the empty calories since you’ve burned so many from the workout, is is a very counter-productive mindset. The best thing you can do for yourself is to remain consistent in your goals and follow them through during the post-workout period.  Working out with a personal trainer is a very good way to stay consistent and to reach your fitness and weight loss goals.

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Plateau Bustin’ by San Antonio Personal Trainer

Posted by Nathaniel Dilworth on November 3, 2011 at 9:53 am

chest workout Plateau Bustin by San Antonio Personal TrainerYou started a good fitness regime and your diet has been going great. You started liking what you saw in the mirror everyday and the visible results have been encouraging, but then suddenly you stopped seeing a difference. Your exercises have not changed and neither has your diet, you have been consistent yet somehow you can see there is no change. You think maybe it is in your mind and keep diligently on, yet still nothing. No it is not in your mind, you have hit what is commonly referred to as a weight loss plateau.  This is a common problem that Nathaniel Dilworth, San Antonio’s top personal trainer, hears each day from his prospective fitness clients.

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Personal Trainer in San Antonio Says, Rest: Crucial to Fitness

Posted by Nathaniel Dilworth on November 1, 2011 at 9:36 am

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Are you one of those people who think that rest is wasteful to your efforts in keeping fit? According to San Antonio’s top personal trainer, “You couldn’t be any further from the truth! Rest as part of a fitness program is very important as it allows your body to recover from wear and tear.” During work outs, your body’s energy level will be diminished and your muscles and connective tissues will experience minor tears and damage.

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Expert Advice: Add Smart Nutrition to Your Regular Workouts

Posted by Nathaniel Dilworth on October 27, 2011 at 9:35 am

Working out on an empty stomach should be avoided. There are a number of benefits to eating a proper meal prior to your workout, including:Nutriion1 Expert Advice:  Add Smart Nutrition to Your Regular Workouts

  • Increased strength gains and faster recovery

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Are You Warm Enough?

Posted by Nathaniel Dilworth on October 27, 2011 at 9:17 am

Whether engaging in a simple cardio exercise or a strenuous training regimen, warming up is essential. Without a proper warm-up, you’re placing yourself at increased risk for sprains, cramps or injuries. A proper warm up can increase the blood flow to the working muscle which results in decreased muscle stiffness, less risk of injury and improved performance.warm up1 Are You Warm Enough?

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Getting and Staying Fit Through the Years

Posted by Nathaniel Dilworth on October 25, 2011 at 9:05 am

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Many people believe weight gain and loss of fitness are a given part of the aging process. We’re here to tell you that’s not so. So what’s the first thing on your to-do list?  Ditch the mindset that it’s “too late” for you to change your lifestyle, your health, and your well-being.  Next? Get going! Here are some simple tips to get you started:
Walking
Many people disregard the benefits of walking, but recent studies show that regular walks can help reduce blood pressure, keep your cholesterol level in check, burn calories (even in small amounts) and helps you maintain an ideal weight.  A brisk walk will have you burning upwards of 100 calories per mile. Most can cover a mile in 15 to 20 minutes, and it can be done anywhere, so no excuses. Everyone can find 15 to 20 minutes somewhere in their day. Find it twice, and you’ve done away with 200 calories! Small steps add up quickly. Start by timing one mile. Each time you walk that route, try to go a little bit further in the same amount of time…the faster the walk, the more calories you burn, the more you are improving your cardiovascular health. Challenge yourself and you’ll find some fun, some stress relief, and a ton of health benefits that can help you get and stay fit at any age.

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