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Hello - I'm new and I want to know if my Personal Trainer is knowledgable

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2005/07/28 20:38:55 (permalink)
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Hello - I'm new and I want to know if my Personal Trainer is knowledgable

Hello, hi, bonjour etc etc

My name is Cameron and I live 30 miles north of Newcastle in a town called Alnwick (silent L).

I have started the training buzz then stopped, then started, then stopped...and now I am into it full on.

I am so into it now, I have joined the local gym which has just been kitted out with all these flash new technogym machine (of which I am dubious towards) and I have a personal trainer.
This trainer of mine is 30+ and tubby with not much muscle...however he proclaims to have extensive knowledge and a degree in...something...I cant remember what though.

Now this trainer on mine took me round all these various machines and instructed me to lift my maximum weight. After completing that he told me he would work out my routine...which he has done and it cam e to this...

6 weeks of 2 sets of 15 repetitions - to failure on 2nd set...

I have just finished my six weeks and have noticed a comsiderable difference in my appearance (I'm also lugging concrete about during the day along with other heavy objects and sweating quite a bit. I am 5'9" with a skinny but muscular build. I have been eating like a horse (all the right things like chicken and tuna and potato's etc) along with my extreme build and recover (which I dont think works...but gives me spots on my back) and also Metacel which came recommended.

I think the weight will be going up in my routine and dropping to 10 sets. I can't remember if that is correct but hey i'm only remembering what he told me 6 weeks ago.

What do you think of the crack then ?

cheers

Hi again

Cameron
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    dsk19s
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    RE: Hello - I'm new and I want to know if my Personal Trainer is knowledgable 2005/07/28 21:51:27 (permalink)
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    I'm no expert but i would say if u are notcing change then it must be working i would only question it if it stopped working and u didnot make progress.But if he's experienced he should no when to get u to change the workout that ur doing.
    i would stick with it the now and see how it goes.
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    dirtyvest
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    RE: Hello - I'm new and I want to know if my Personal Trainer is knowledgable 2005/07/28 21:57:05 (permalink)
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    Be more useful if we could see the full worout programme and split for a proper critique.

    Welcome to MT tho, hope you can benefit.

    Dirty
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    timmy_d
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    RE: Hello - I'm new and I want to know if my Personal Trainer is knowledgable 2005/07/29 13:16:03 (permalink)
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    and progress pics

    "cammmone Haney"
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