It can take a lot of courage to start a physical training program, especially if you haven’t done any rigorous exercise in a while. Whether you are starting alone, with a friend, or with a regular personal trainer, it is important to first assess your health and determine a good starting point. Its important to have realistic expectations and set attainable goals when starting out, overworking yourself early on can lead to injuries, soreness, and discomfort. A fitness program should be designed to meet the needs of your body, schedule, and fitness goals. Different people are willing to devote varying amounts of time towards their fitness program. Identify your needs and develop a schedule or time to devote to your program. It’s also important to know what you want to get out of your fitness routine. This can help you plan your exercises to ensure that you are achieving the types of results that you are looking for. Setting goals and keeping your end results in mind are extremely useful tools that will help you persevere on days where you lack motivation.
 

Get a Physical Examination

 
It’s always a good idea to get a physical examination at your doctor’s office before beginning a workout regimen. This is simply to identify any limitations or health conditions that you might have which may affect your ability to complete the routine. You might find that you have a weakness in one of your joints, prompting you to rework you exercises to focus on rehabilitating or strengthening it. A physical examination helps to ensure that it is safe to participate in the physical training program.
 

Change It Up

 
Doing different types of activities can help reduce the redundancy of your workouts, making it easier to get engaged and have fun during your fitness program. When selecting exercises for your physical training program, consider a variety of different cardio and strength training exercises. There are a number of different aerobics activities aimed at helping to improve your endurance. Jogging is great, but don’t be afraid to change it up. Go for a bike ride or a swim every now and then, there is more than one way to achieve the final results you are looking for.
 

Record Your Progress

 
After you have decided the amount of time you are willing to commit to your workout regimen, determined your fitness goals, and selected the types of exercises or areas of focus for your fitness program, it’s important to track your progress. Sometimes you will feel the difference almost immediately, while other times, the results you’re after may take some time to come to fruition, but with dedication and hard work, you can achieve your goals. Tracking your progress gives you a tangible visual of how far you’ve come since you started. It also serves as a visual reminder of how far you have left to go to complete your goals and will help you follow your plan. Keeping a weekly progress and exercise chart is a good way to begin keeping track of your times, reps, or participation statistics. 
 

Safety In Motion Motivation For Change    

April 11, 2015

7:30AM – 6:30PM

Please bring:

Gym Attire, Pens, Pencils, and Writing Materials

 

 

7:30AM – 8:30AM

Registration

Meet and Greet

Seminar Room

8:35AM – 10:00AM

Chronic Pain Management

Dr. Luigi Nalli    Chiropractor  

Seminar Room

10:05AM – 11:30AM

Low back, Pelvic and Abdominal Stability During Training (Involves Practical Component) 

Dr. Paolo De Ciantis      Chiropractor

Seminar Room

11:30am – 1:25pm

Break For Lunch

Seminar Room

1:30PM – 3:00pm

Bio Mechanics and Functional Screening of shoulder movement (involves a practical component)

 

Dr. Marco De Ciantis     Chiropractor

Seminar Room

3:00pm – 3:30pm

 

Break

           

Seminar Room

3:30PM – 5:00pm

Wrestler’s Drive

 

Kristopher Chambers     Super Kick’d

Seminar Room

5:05PM – 6:30pm

Overtraining Over Straining

 

Dr. Marc Cerulli           Chiropractor     

Seminar Room

April 12, 2015

7:30AM – 6:30PM

Please bring:

Gym Attire, Pens, Pencils, and Writing Materials

 

 

7:30AM – 8:30AM

Registration

Meet and Greet

Seminar Room

8:35AM – 10:00AM

Anti Inflammatory foods for pain management

 

Christina Rosso  Registered Holistic Nutritionist  

Seminar Room

10:05AM – 11:30AM

Supplements and Motivation

David De Ciantis Holistic Nutritionist

Seminar Room

11:30AM – 12:00PM

Break

Seminar Room

12:05PM – 1:30PM

Paradigm Shifting and Motivation

 

Travis Edwards Your Fit Body Now© Founder

Seminar Room

1:35PM – 3:00PM

 

Motivation and Safety Through Contact Sport

Horace Hunter Professional Boxer

Seminar Room

3:05PM – 4:30PM

SERVICE

 

Felix Opoku      Frontlines

Seminar Room

4:30PM – 5:00PM

Break

 

 

Seminar Room

5:00PM – 5:30PM

Closing Remarks

 

Robert Pearce   Registered Kinesiologist           

Seminar Room

 

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