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Personal trainers get into this profession to help people.

Not to make sales.

Here are 4 other unacceptable flaws with the personal training at gyms.

http://www.fit2gopt.com/5-ways-gyms-screw-over-personal-trainers/

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Glad I was given the opportunity to expose the B.S. that is ItWorks! in my recent interview with Romper.

Check it out!
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Glad I was given the opportunity to dispel the B.S. that is ItWorks! in my recent interview with Romper.

Check it out.

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Dani Singer, a nationally-certified personal trainer and CEO of Baltimore-based Fit2Go Personal Training, agrees, adding that "the only way to lose fat is to create a caloric deficit, or burn more calories than you consume."

"The science hasn't changed," he says in an email interview with Romper. "So any time you hear about something that sounds a little too good to be true — it is. I don't take pride in being a Debbie Downer, but I do take pride in dispelling lies."

It sounds crazy, but it's true.

Trying too hard has literally become the problem.

Hear me out.

Take 30 seconds and read this post (it's short).

It will help you better understand your own struggle.

Tomorrow, I'll send you the solution.

Enjoy.

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My latest contribution to +SparkPeople.com

Most rules you've heard RE fitness have some truth to them.

They also are probably taken out of context -- especially when the rule becomes the magic cure for everyone.

If you like eating late at night and have no problem sleeping and controlling your calorie intake -- screw what "they" say.

Do what you want, kids.

Great article by Missy Class Rudy (Melissa):

http://www.sparkpeople.com/resource/motivation_articles.asp?id=2284
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Awesome trainers in Baltimore, MD -- we're hiring.

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Want to get fit on a busy schedule?

Check out my interview on Remote Works Podcast to learn how.

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Honored to be featured as a SALONPAS® "Wellness Warrior" today!

There's some good stuff in this article, including:

1) Why I switched careers from software development to fitness (my first client's incredible story)

2) Top 5 mistakes I see people make with working out

3) Top 5 mistakes I see people make with nutrition

4) Who has one of the hardest times getting in shape

Check it out!
Honored to be featured as a SALONPAS® "Wellness Warrior" today!

There's some good stuff in this article, including:

1) Why I switched careers from software development to fitness (my first client's incredible story)

2) Top 5 mistakes I see people make with working out

3) Top 5 mistakes I see people make with nutrition

4) Who has one of the hardest times getting in shape

Check it out!

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My latest interview with Reader's Digest!

Two most common elliptical mistakes:

1) Using the "fat burning zone" setting

This is based on outdated and inaccurate science. Ignore it.

2) Giving any credence to the "calories burned" number on the machine

They're extremely unreliable.

Manufacturers jack it up to make you like their machine more.

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"Skipping breakfast makes you fat."

Does it?
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