4 Reasons to Hire a NASM Personal Trainer (Besides Getting Fit)
“Physical activity becomes like a fertilizer for the brain, nourishing it to improve attention, memory, accuracy, and how we process information.”- medicaldaily.com
Exercise increases your heart rate, which pumps more oxygen to the brain.
It promotes the release of a range of hormones which aid and enhance the growth of brain cells.
Exercise improves learning and mental performance while also preventing age-related neurodegenerative diseases.
Your NASM trainer helps with the following:
Illustrates how energy balance, caloric needs, activity, metabolism, and food choices impact fitness goals
Educate about nutrition’s critical role in weight loss and management
How to interpret labels, select appropriate portion sizes, and eat healthy
Provide meal plans
Proper Technique and Injury Prevention
The NASM Certificate of Distinction recognizes a trainer’s educational experience at a curriculum-based institution and emphasizes the comprehensive hands-on training that is essential for safety and injury prevention.
There is an extremly wide range in quality of personal trainers, mainly due to two different approaches to certification. You can’t compare hands on experience to an online certification.Would you trust a dentist or therapist who only received online training?
Positive Perspective and Mood
Released endorphins act as analgesics, which means they diminish the perception of pain.
Endorphins trigger a euphoric feeling in the body while enhancing a positive and energizing outlook on life.
Regular exercise can play a supporting role in treating depression.
Affordable Personal Training in Atlanta
Atlanta Personal Trainer Program student-trainers will help define your objectives and design a program to help you reach your personal fitness, health, or athletic goals. Training services are offered in six-week packages, with a minimum requirement of two training sessions per week. Reduced and free sessions are offered. Check for availability. The next session starts May 19, 2017. Visit SensAbility to learn more.