ISO PERSONAL TRAINER

Hi, I’m looking for a personal trainer to work in person in my backyard (with masks on) with my teenage son for several sessions. He is showing an interest in working out with weights and I want to make sure he is using the weights correctly and with proper form. Also to develop a good overall workout program with the weights we have. Maybe someone not as established in this field would be willing to meet in person? Any recommendations?
Thanks in advance!

Julie

punchbuggy [at] ymail.com

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RE: ISO PERSONAL TRAINER ()

Although I am not certified as a trainer, I am knowledgeable and have been exercising for many years. Here is what I recommend to your son (or anyone who is interested) a few weeks before he starts with weights: On three non-consecutive days per week, run/jog 20-30 minutes, followed by Arnold Schwarzenegger's No Gym Workout, https://www.menshealth.com/fitness/a31818878/arnold-schwarzenegger-home-.... The article has a link to photos of how to properly do each exercise. This will condition his muscles in advance of weights and help prevent injuries. If you don't find a trainer, I recommend learning new exercises and routines from books rather than websites and videos, as websites and videos are often full of annoying ads and may have unverified/unsafe information.

RE: ISO PERSONAL TRAINER ()

Hi there,

I’d like to recommend my personal trainer. I’ve been working with him for over three years. He is very knowledgeable and would be a great help to your son. I recently introduced him to my friend’s 18 year old nephew and they have been training together for a little over a month (safely with masks).
 

His name is Bryce Roos and you can reach him at 310-359-5550 or Brycetraining [at] gmail.com