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Smart Weight Loss March 2018

In the March 2018 issue of Smart Weight Loss Tips Mag, learn easy ways to get fit for less money, worthless foods to drop from your diet, no-sweat workouts for body-sculpting, and more. We hope February was good to you and that you're ready to take on the next season. Our team is certainly ready for the change, and we have plenty of new weight loss advice for you at the ready.

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Here are 7 tools from the high- to super-low-tech for switching up and getting the most out of your at-home workouts. CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE 1 QUIT SEARCHING ON THE INTERNET You don’t want to search your expert on the internet, Why? Well, you won’t have the guarantee that they are the professional they claim to be. Looking for a professional fitness trainer in your local community is the best way to make sure you’re confident about your choice. 2 THE LOCAL GYM IS A GREAT START Essentially, if you often train in a gym or fitness center, then that’s the place you should start your search. There’s a reasonable supply of personal trainers (PTs) available in most fitness centers and gyms, where their training experiences, qualifications, business cards, and years of experience are provided to their members. the gym facility or fitness center should have a PT noticeboard; use it to look for the qualifications, training specialties, and experience that match your specific needs. 3 CHECK TRAINER’S QUALIFICATIONS At the most basic level, a personal trainer must have a at least Cert III or Cert IV certification in fitness. If you’re fortunate enough, you might get an available Master Personal Trainer, which means that you’ll be in the optimum hands. 22 | March 2018

4 CHECK THE TRAINER’S SPECIALTY Be sure to check out the specialties of the trainer. This should give you a fair assessment of what they should be good at. For instance, if body shaping and weight loss are your goals you should be looking for a trainer that has listed these as their expertise. 5 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE This is a must check. Look for someone with at least 8 years of experience in the fitness industry. Particularly, assess the details on the number of years of experience in the specialty that you’re interested in. 6 CHECK THEM OUT IN ACTION Checking the trainer do their thing on the gym floor is a vital step. You want to see them in person and gauge how they interact with their clients, other PTs, members, and staff of the gym or fitness center. They looked like they keep a good rapport with the people interact with? Do these people respond favorably to them on a personal level? March 2018 I 23