Mesa Arizona Personal Trainer Discusses Post Holiday Fat Attack Strategies

Christmas is finally over and your summer clothes no longer fit. So now what will you do as New Year Eve approaches and nothing in your closet fits! For you, it’s been very difficult to forlorn the holiday cookies, candies and egg nog parties. Time management has fallen by the wayside, and it’s been way too…

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Weight Control During the Holiday Months.

Weight control during the holiday months plagues millions of undisciplined Americans and typically leads to an extra unsightly 6 pounds of body fat around their waists. It  begins when Halloween approaches and buckets full of candies from the children or left over halloween handouts can be found at home ,and at the work place. Sugary, toxic caloric…

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Mesa Arizona Weight Loss Personal Trainer.

Weight loss is a very difficult challenge for  just about everyone. Psychologically it requires a strong sense of discipline and mental stamina to make weight loss a reality. Many people fall short because of lack of knowledge and understanding of weight loss variables.  Rivak Hoffman is a Mesa Arizona weight loss personal trainer with over…

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Mesa Arizona Personal Trainer for Cyclists

Both Road and Mountain Bike Training mileage can wreak havoc on ankles, knees, hips, lower back and neck joints due to the repetitive nature of spinning a bike crank at moderate to high RPMs ( Revolutions Per Minute). It is the nature of the competitive cyclist to refrain from rehabilitative or strength and conditioning programs through…

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Reduce your blood pressure naturally with medical exercise training.

According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 70 million Americans suffer from high blood pressure also known as hypertension. That’s 29%  of the American population  or 1 out of every 3 adults. Of that 29%, only 50% of the inflicted hypertensives have their blood pressure under control. Reducing high blood pressure naturally…

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Hydration Techniques for the Competitive Arizona Cyclist

Summer is upon us  in Arizona. Temperatures have been setting record highs close to 120F. But just because temperatures have become a bit uncomfortable doesn’t mean you should stop training out doors or quit until temperatures return to normal. There are some very well thought out hydration techniques designed to keep you in the training loop.…

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