August 2021 / 56 posts found

Personal trainer Rachael Attard reveals the mistakes you’re making when trying to slim your legs | Daily Mail Online

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A leading personal trainer has shared the top mistakes you’re making when trying to slim your legs, and why you need to do the ‘right type of cardio’ in order to see results. Rachael Attard, from Sydney, explained that the number one thing her clients ask her about is how they can get slimmer thighs and legs, as this often seems to be the ‘most challenging’ body area for a lot of women. ‘I know that losing inches from your thighs and legs is hard, but I also see women doing workouts that don’t get them any closer to this […]

This Multipurpose Garage Is a Home Gym and Hangout Space | Real Simple

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This chameleon of a detached space can be a home gym, a teen hangout hideaway, and—every once in a while—a parking spot. This content was originally published here.

Chris Hemsworth Personal Trainer Luke Zocchi Interview | HYPEBEAST

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Between effortlessly wielding Mjölnir and single-handedly overpowering Thanos, it’s befitting that Thor, aka Chris Hemsworth, possesses the physique that is equal to his worthiness as the Asgardian God of Thunder. Many Marvel fans who also enjoy working out and lifting heavy at the gym have looked up to the Australian actor and his build as an ultimate goal, but for most of us, looking like a Hollywood star seems almost impossible to achieve. Hemsworth’s childhood friend and personal trainer Luke Zocchi — pictured above on the right of Hemsworth, while on his left is his stunt double — is a […]

Questions to Ask Yourself About Your At-Home Gym Setup | Apartment Therapy

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Whether you’re already back at your weekly IRL barre classes or love your living room yoga flow, here’s how to reassess your sweat sessions before you keep, toss, or upgrade your home gym equipment. This content was originally published here.

How to Fight Muscle Atrophy After Injury: A Personal Trainer’s Guide | The PTDC

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People get hurt. Sometimes those people are your clients. As sure as the sun will rise, a personal trainer will have to deal with muscle atrophy after injury at some point in their career. This is true whether you work with athletes or nonathletes, old or young. After they get hurt, they’ll come to you looking for help—or at least wanting modified workouts. Or the person who gets injured could be you. I should know. I’ve suffered torn ACLs three times in the past five years. As a result, I no longer have any knee ligaments. And I know I’m […]

The Joe Wicks guide to building a home gym | Times2 | The Times

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Monday March 23, 2020 was the day that working from home became the norm for millions when Boris Johnson ordered the nation to ditch their daily commutes and take their laptops to their kitchen tables This content was originally published here.