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December 8, 2016

Personal Trainer Students Learn Value of Metabolic Rate Testing

By: Edie Morton

APTP New Edge Fitness Field Trip

Atlanta Personal Trainer Program students enjoyed a visit with Milen Minev at his personal training studio, New Edge Fitness. Milen shared the value of incorporating the VO2 Metabolic Rate Testing machine into his practice. The VO2 gives the trainer and the client the most accurate reading on an individual’s fitness capacity and helps set realistic attainable fitness goals.

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September 26, 2016

4 Reasons to Hire a NASM Personal Trainer (Besides Getting Fit)

By: Edie Morton

NASM Personal Trainer Atlanta

“Physical activity becomes like a fertilizer for the brain, nourishing it to improve attention, memory, accuracy, and how we process information.”

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August 7, 2016

A Different Kind Of Trainer, It’s Not Just About The Physical

By: Caren Feingold

Caren Feingold, Personal Trainer

The real goals are something like this: feeling comfortable in one’s own skin; having more than enough energy for life’s daily activities; having a strong sense of self-worth and the belief that you can accomplish whatever you put your mind to.

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July 11, 2016

Trust The Process

By: Caren Feingold

Caren Feinstein, Personal Trainer

I know that some people embrace challenges; that they actually relish stretching their abilities and feeling out of their depths. I would like to be one of those people but I’m not there yet. On the other hand, it’s pretty gutsy to make a total career change at the age of 62, right?

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April 19, 2016

Interview With Atlanta Personal Trainer Program Instructor, Abby Johnson

By: Edie Morton

I am 100% confident that every single one of the ATPT students we have right now are going to make the fitness industry even better because they are part of it. The fact that I get to be a small part of their foundational education is a huge honor.

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March 22, 2016

Breaking Generational Curses With Fitness And Diet

By: Edie Morton

Robyn Smith, personal trainer

I am breaking generational curses by living the life that I live. I am the only one in my family that does not have high blood pressure. I am 52 right now. I’ve changed my living habits years ago. People in my family usually get diagnosed WITH SOMETHING in their 20’s. So I want to help others break chains of unhealthiness within other families, if possible.

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March 17, 2016

Atlanta School of Massage PTP Transformational Challenge

By: Alex Berger

ATLANTA SCHOOL OF MASSAGE PTP TRANSFORMATION CHALLENGE

If you are in need of motivation in your life, head over to Atlanta School of Massage to get your daily dose of positivity and inspiration! The other morning, they welcomed me into their building to talk about their school, and the transformation challenge they are currently having. I knew that I was going to talk with them, and watch them, but I did not know that I would leave with so much motivation, and passion flowing through my veins. Their spirit and energy that they emit is contagious. You can tell that everyone was serious about helping others, becoming healthier, and improving their lifestyles. What amazed me the most was their support system. You can tell that each person is not there just because they have to be; they genuinely want to be there, and want to lift others up around them.

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March 15, 2016

Why Choose The Atlanta Personal Trainer Program?

By: Edie Morton

Atlanta Personal Trainer, Tonia Reid

Online formats are impersonal and impractical, in my opinion; I mean “Would one trust a doctor or nurse with an online degree?” Then why should one trust a “personal trainer” with a good body without the knowledge and hands on training? This program is setting us up for better opportunities.

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March 10, 2016

Jose Trevino, Atlanta Personal Trainer Program, Clinic Supervisor

By: Edie Morton

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Every month we feature a member of the ASM Wellness community. This month the spotlight is on Jose Travino, Atlanta Personal Trainer Program, (APTP), Clinic Supervisor and graduate of the APTP. Additionally Jose is a personal trainer at UFC gym, where he leads group instruction, kickboxing, boxing and Jiu Jitsu. He is incredibly passionate, knowledgeable and a gifted trainer and educator. We are lucky to have him at ASM.

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September 8, 2015

Enhancing Your Toolkit with Dual Certifications

By: Justin Davis

Justin Davis MS, NASM-CPT, CSCS

There’s an old saying that states, “If all you have is a hammer, everything starts to look like a nail.” In my opinion, when most people are faced with a problem, they reach for the tools with which they have the most experience. A particular exercise is not always the best answer to a certain problem, but it may be the only answer a personal trainer can think of. In the same way, a massage stroke may not be the best answer either, but it might be the only answer an LMT can think of.

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