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Rediscovering Health: Part One

I'm Angry! Do you want to know why I'm angry and who I'm angry at? I'll tell you! I'm angry because we have been terribly deceived and many of us continue to deceive ourselves when it comes to HEALTH. Read more »

Mind Over Matter

"The mind is everything. What we think, we become." Buddha Read more »

Stop Poisoning Your Body!

Supplements, anabolic steroids, dietary pills, "miracle" diets,...are some attractively packaged and unconscionably sold to us every second of every day by pharmaceutical companies... Read more »

Common Sources Of Plant Protein

Eating Healthy seems like an almost impossible task these days. Most of us can only hope to be eating "as healthy as possible". I try my best to put quality food into my body and like many persons, I'm convinced that natural food sources obtained from plants are the best. Read more »

True Healthiness

Let's look at health from a general point of view and ask ourselves this important question - Are we healthy? True healthiness in my opinion means harmony, harmony between the spiritual and the physical. One great book states, "Man shall not live by bread alone, but by every word that comes from the mouth of God.". Read more »

November 3, 2016

Things you need to understand when undertaking a fitness training qualification

When looking for personal training courses in Denmark, you will get to the very important topic which is the reason why your workout makes you feel awful. This actually happens more than you think and here is an explanation you should be able to give to your clients to help them make progresses and encourage them to keep hiring you as a personal trainer:

If you are one of those people who work out regularly but feel lousy and disillusioned after each session, you need to take a good look at why this is happening. There could be several reasons and once you identify them you could take remedial steps and start to appreciate and enjoy not only the actual workout sessions, but also the weight loss results you are achieving.

  • First, you need to do get into a workout that suits your abilities. Do not get caught in a follow-the-leader situation. For instance your neighbour might be into yoga sessions and highly recommends the same for you. If you tried yoga and found it too difficult or too easy, you should look out for some other type of workout that will prove challenging, doable and within your physical capabilities. You could always take advice from a personal trainer who had done proper a fitness training qualification as to which type of workout would suit you most.
  • When you indulge in any particular type of workout you have to give your body a few moments to ‘recover’ from that particular session. For example, you should not hop off a bike and straight away head to the rest room. Your body needs a moment to recover from the workout session – so you should spend a couple of moments doing a couple of stretches and using opposing muscles. After using the treadmill also, if you were in running mode when you finish, walk backwards to help your body adjust  backwards to help your body adjust.


  • Another reasons why you could feel awful after working out, is that you are not focused on the goal you set. If you keep in mind what the workout can achieve the effort you have to put in could ease some of the difficult moments. You need to stay focused and as you gradually see positive changes taking place your discomfort and disinterest could convert in to a feeling of success and enjoyment. To help you through the journey, you could take help from a certifified personal trainer from
  • If you are into HIIT training, for sure it will require your total dedication and special effort. It is a difficult workout and could leave you feeling drained and disillusioned, more so if you are not doing it the right way. Some people go full hog into HIIT training both in effort and time. This is not correct. What HIIT requires is some hard intervals punctuated by enough rest to help you to face the next interval. If you do not give your body sufficient time to recover in between you will not be able to give the next round enough effort and so miss out on the benefits HIIT training offers. A 20-second workout should be followed up with a 10- seconds rest period.
  • Getting enough sleep night is an often neglected area for people who are working out. You need to realise that when you sleep your body is in healing and repair mode. Lack of proper sleep (both quality and quantity) can make you feel lethargic and sluggish, totally unprepared for any type of workout the following morning. So make sure you devote enough time and enjoy a full night’s sleep. Skimping on your sleep hours, as any personal trainer will advise you, will only leave you with that awful feeling when it comes to working out.