Can Strength Training Help Multiple Sclerosis?

by Sean Preuss

Can Strength Training Help Multiple Sclerosis? With multiple sclerosis (MS), it can feel like your life is out of your control. People with chronic diseases like MS are two-to-three times more likely to suffer from depression. And although feeling discouraged when dealing with a chronic health issue is understandable, studies show that mindset can play […]

What is Virtual Personal Training and is it For You?

by Jordan Thomson

What is Virtual Training and is it For You? Many of our clients have seamlessly incorporated our new Online Virtual Training Workouts with their Trainers into their new normal of “quarantine life,” while others still struggle to find a routine outside of the studio. Some may think that it’s not possible to get a quality […]

How Many Calories Do You Burn During a Workout vs. After?

by Sean Preuss

One of the most common questions we hear is, “How many calories did I burn from my workout?” To help answer that question, let’s talk money. The traditional method for making money is exchanging time for money. You finish a project or complete a few days of work, and you’re compensated for those hours or […]

Practice What You Preach: Personal Trainer’s Key to Client Success

by Jordan Thomson

Katherine Diaz was introduced to The Perfect Workout by her sister who also got her start as a Personal Trainer. Once she tried the workout for herself, she fell in love with it. “My strength is insane, my muscle tone is like never before, and I have lost and kept off 20lbs of fat.”  When […]

Why He Traded His Local Gym Membership for Private Training

by Jordan Thomson

John Gilbert was a long-time member of a local Orange County gym chain. When the pandemic hit, he had to stop. But, when the chain was allowed to reopen, the thought of going back to the gym made him feel unsure and uncomfortable. “It wasn’t staffed most of the time, and members could just badge […]

Ultra-marathoner improves times with Slow-Motion Strength Training

by Jordan Thomson

After battling running injuries and overcoming an eating disorder, ultramarathoner Emma Cruz turned her health journey into a career helping others. In high school, Emma was a runner and suffered from an eating disorder. “I discovered that running was amazing, but the eating disorder was not.” Emma decided to learn more about running and how […]

Strength Training: Exercise for ALL Ages

by Sean Preuss

My friend recently decided to “retire” from playing full-court basketball. Since his 43rd birthday, he’s suffered a few aches, pains, and minor injuries after each day of full-court games with younger friends. He is now going to opt for half-court games with friends, which involves much less running. “Full-court basketball is a young man’s game,” […]

This Trainer is Helping All Ages Build Strength & Better Health

by Jordan Thomson

Sarah DeMott grew up thinking she knew the necessities of exercise and nutrition. But when she learned being healthy and strong would take more than eating whole grains and doing aerobics, she took a new approach to fitness. “I thought that weightlifting was for the dudes to get stronger and bigger. It was just definitely […]

Exercise Equipment for Virtual Training: What You Need to Know

by Jordan Thomson

Virtual Personal Training with our slow-motion strength training method has proven equipment is not necessary… Results can be achieved without using an exercise machine or equipment! Read more here about how you can get a great workout with or without equipment. But that doesn’t mean people don’t want equipment. We compiled a list of recommended […]

How She Overcame Her Health Issues & Now Lives The Life She Wants

by Jordan Thomson

When Cynthia Crossland realized she had some major issues stopping her from living the life she wanted to live, she decided to make a change. Cynthia was recently retired and looked after her 2 year old granddaughter. She struggled to pick up her 25 pound grandbaby and carry her around, making time with her more […]

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