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30 Minute Movement for optimum energy

30 Minute Movement for optimum energy

"A balanced fitness regime integrates the body, mind and spirit connection for optimal energy and health." according to Sarah  Varno, Fitness trainer and model. 

 

Sarah uses positive reinforcement, commitment and consistency as the integral components to achieve one’s health and fitness goals and lifestyle transformation. Her work encompasses structural and fitness assessments, nutrition counseling, interval & circuit training, cardiovascular, functional and strength conditioning, boxing, and stretching. In addition, she focuses on core training, plyometrics, structural & corrective modalities.











 

 

 
30 minute workouts require a lot of discipline, and to get the results you want you should do one at least four days per week. Total body workout offers a basic format for targeting the entire body -- chest, back, shoulders, arms, legs and abs -- in a short period of time. It is best for exercisers who are familiar with basic strength moves.
 

 

You can do  workout with dumbbells, barbells, tubing or comparable health club machines. Alternate each lower body and upper body exercise, doing each for 12 to 16 repetitions. Repeat each pair of upper and lower exercises once (beginners-use no weight), twice (intermediate) or three times (advanced) before moving on to the next set of exercises. Do your workout 1-3 non-consecutive days a week and be sure to warm up with light cardio and stretch between sets.
 

“A lot of trainers circuit train their clients for a solid hour and never see results. In order to see clients succeed in weight loss, they have to keep moving the entire session. They only need 30 minutes to get a fully active workout. This could mean using aerobic movements with light weights, concentrating on not one, but multiple muscle groups, allowing their heart-rate to reach its fitness potential the entire training session. That means, less talking, more moving, less breaks, more hustling! Of course each client has different fitness levels and therefore each session is completely different. Some clients use medicine balls, plyo metric boxes, and jump ropes while others are aerobically moving while lifting weights and working on balance and coordination. Every session is different and every client is different." says Sarah.
  

 

"Womenfitness.net is a great place for women who want to live a healthy lifestyle. They offer every component needed for health, beauty and a fitness. Connect with other women, just like you, who are on the same path to health and wellness! I highly recommend all women to explore womenfitness.net, get motivated and to change their bodies and lifestyles forever!" Sarah has to say for Women Fitness.


WF team thanks her for the kind words.

To learn more about Sarah Varno’s, “30 Minute Fitness” Personal Training Program visit: www.sarahvarno.com

 

- WF Team

Dated 11 June 2011


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