|Alameda Personal Trainer promises free training session for fitness enthusiasts|
|Published On: 13 June, 2011|
|"Couch potatoes looking to shake off those nasty pounds can benefit from a free training session"|
|Alameda, CA ( NetForcePress ) June 13, 2011 - Alameda personal trainer, David Mauntz has announced a 30 minute free training session for people looking to join a gym. All that they’ve got to do is to fill a form with their name, email address, phone number and the best time to call to schedule the appointment. Alternatively they can also call the number provided in the website and schedule the free session by phone.|
“People looking to shake off their lousy routine and thinking of joining a gym can take advantage of this facility. They’ve got to fill the e-form and we’ll contact them to fix the free schedule, says David. The Alameda fitness trainer has been helping people lose weight for several years now through his 4 part training system that helps get great results.
The 4 part training schedule David elaborates stands for “Commitment, Nutrition, Resistance (weight) training, and Cardiovascular training.” These principles are ideally the cornerstone for every fitness regimen. It’s just that David has built a whole system out of these. Besides these, he is also known to use advanced techniques with free weights (dumbbells and barbells), dynamic movements, various weightlifting machines and even body weight exercises to burn fat and tone specific areas.
David has several training certificates to his credits including the NCEP (National College of Exercise Professionals), NCEP Core Balance, AMFPT (American Muscle and Fitness Personal Trainers), NCCPT (The National Council for Certified Personal Trainers), AFPA (American Fitness Professionals and Associates) and CPR/AED (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and Automated External Defibrillation. Besides these, he has also studied Kinesiology or the study of human movement.
“My experience in the industry has taught me what happens when people exercise too much. In fact there are many who do not know that there exists a thing called ‘too much exercise’. Through my fitness program I aim to help people when too much of something can be harmful and the effects on exercising in the right manner,” adds David.
The Alameda based personal fitness trainer also writes a blog discussing about topics that affect the fitness industry.
About Workout4Results: The health and fitness club run by Alameda based fitness trainer is one of a kind as it uses core fitness values to impart training to interested fitness freaks.
To know more, http://workout4results.com
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