5/22 The Trainer Jo Show on AllTalkRadio.net

Trainer Jo Show will air LIVE on Thursday May 22, 2014 at 5:00 pm PST on www.AllTalkRadio.net (internet talk radio, not FM/AM radio :-).. you must be online to watch)) WHO: guest Jennifer Chamberlin, fitness photographer & former fitness model WHEN: Thursday May 22, 2014 at 5:00 pm PST WHERE: www.AllTalkRadio.net (live) www.youtube.com/alltalkradio (recorded) www.TrainerJo.com/alltalkradio...
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5 Reasons Why You Should Hire a Personal Trainer

So you’re looking to get in shape or already going to the gym, but you aren’t sure if you REALLY need to hire a personal trainer. They can be expensive and will probably have you screaming after day one. Well I’m here to give you my top reasons why you should hire a personal trainer and do it as soon as you can. 5 Reasons Why You Should Hire a Personal Trainer 1. Help You Achieve Your Goals...
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5 Tips To Boost Your Metabolism

Hydrate Thyself Researchers made a startling discovery;  a rise in metabolic activity was noted when they measured participants  before and after consuming 16 oz of water!  Even after 30 minutes, participants burned 30% more calories than those who did not consume the 16 oz of water. Chow Down, Then Sweat It Off You must eat enough calories to get lean. Even the digesting food requires energy;...
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Weight Gain and Age

Weight Gain & Age For many of us, weight gain as we age is inevitable, but highly preventable. It is not unusual for people to become less physically active as we age, which does cause weight gain. The truth is, while age itself does not cause weight gain, age does make it harder to lose weight. It can be frustrating for a 45 year old mother of 3 to spend hours in the gym with a trainer per...
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You Need More Sleep

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Exercise & Dehydration

Exercise & Dehydration By Josephine Dalton (aka Trainer Jo) All rights reserved. Feel Free to share this article, please link back to it We all know exercise is critical for good health and well being, but we should keep in mind that too much exercise can be risky as well. Dehydration is a consistent problem experienced amongst individuals of various forms of training, especially in arid...
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Importance of the warmup and cooldown

I am still surprised after so many years of scientific proof, that the majority of gym goers do not start their workout off with a brief warmup and then finalizing their workouts with a similar cool down. The overall intent of a warmup and cool down is to indirectly reduce risk of injury.   Starting a workout with a light warmup forces blood vessels of working muscles to dilate, thus...
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5 new rules for a trim lifestyle

5 new rules for a trim lifestyle. 1) Stay physically active. This means get your buns off the couch and stop watching so much darned TV. Quit taking the elevator or escalator. Quit living your life trying to conserve energy by exerting less. Just… quit being lazy ! 2) Quit skipping breakfast. The first meal of the day sets the tone of your metabolisms. When you skip it you could very well...
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Bootcamp Fitness; it’s here to stay… but it’s always been here

Americans are an easily bored species and sometimes I think there is a negative stigma attached to anything traditional or old. They call this “dated” in the world of journalism.   Anyways, so here we are and even in the fitness world, people still suffer from dated methods of getting into shape or losing weight. Back in the 70s there were all these vibrating belt contractions and...
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Achieving the body of your dreams does not always equate to happinetss

If you feel you’ll finally be happy when you get the body of your dreams,  you may as well just think again! Happiness won’t necessarily come when your body looks its best (a subjective term, anyways); it comes when you “feel” your best and that state of mind will have nothing to do with how your body looks nor what the scale says. Some of the skinniest women I have known...
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Easy tips to speed up your metabolism

I strongly believe in the theory that each person has an “optimum level” of metabolism where  it will function at a level adequate for survival, so that minor shifts do not stress the overall system, will maintain an adequate amount of body fat for that level of overall activity allowing for minor shifts for sudden changes in environment… hope that made sense. The only time the...
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Don’t mind most of the fitness calculators when it comes to establishing your RMR

I have been blessed with the internet! Yesterday I went online testing RMR calculators to determine people’s metabolic burn and it’s funny how off they all are. First of all, they do not take into consideration how much of someone’s weight is fat or muscle. With muscle burning a whopping 30 to 70 times more calories than fat per pound, its no wonder they do not work. I...
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