Beat the Scale

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The following is good for those of you trying to lose weight along with the group trying to put on additional muscle. Working out is very important but equally so is putting the proper nutrition in your body.

I encourage everyone to use myfitnesspal.com or a similar calorie counting site. I’ve always used this one, I find it to be pretty easy so I always recommend it. Everyone can do this, but when the day is over and you ...

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75 years old with body of a 20 year old

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I’ve done a lot of consultations since I began personal training in charlotte nc and quite often people will believe they are too old, too out of shape, too tired, too far gone to turn things around. The above video is a 75 year old woman with the body of a 20 year old! If that can’t generate a spark of motivation then I don’t know what can.

She says she runs 80 miles a week, ...

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Total Nutrition Technology Nutrition Guide

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I’m very happy to now be offering a free nutrition guide in addition to the many other amenities available at my new location. All my clients will receive a copy and for a limited time I’ll also be providing this during free consultations! To schedule one, click on this link

This nutrition guide was written by Total Nutrition Technology owner Angela Gallo, exclusively for clients of mine! She is a Registered Dietitian and her company has been going strong ...

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What are people saying about Taylor Carpenter?

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If you haven’t noticed I recently added a Testimonials page. I would like to thank Pam, Olga, Merry, Eshwar, and Tracey for taking the time and being the first to share their thoughts on their experience with me as a trainer so far. Hopefully, I’ll be adding more on a regular basis on my quest to becoming one of the best personal trainers in Charlotte NC!

I also plan on adding a Equipment section which can be seen under “The Studio” ...

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Pictures worth a thousand words

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Over the past few days I came across some interesting photos on Facebook and thought I would share.

They really speak for themselves, maybe I will create a gallery on this website for photos like this at some point.


Body scan of 250 lb woman and 120 lb woman. If this isn’t motivation to work out, I don’t know what is! I’m NOT implying that a women needs to weigh 120 lbs…that’s no where near realistic for some people…but it ...

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How to Squat Properly

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A few weeks ago I came across a site called gymjunkies.com and they had some excellent videos and descriptions for some of the most common exercises we do.
Dead Lift
Squat
Bench Press
Shoulder Press
Lunge
Pull Ups
Rows
and more…

Many of my clients will request simple at workouts for their business travels or weekends to keep their muscles working. This site would be an excellent reference point to bookmark on your computer if you were not 100% confident without ...

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Mountain Climbers

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Mountain Climbers are a staple in most exercise routines for weight loss client. This is an exercise that can simultaneously engage your muscles while acting as a form of cardio. You are utilizing your shoulders, triceps, core, hips, and cardiorespiratory system.

The website below has 8 different mountain climber variations, an excellent way to switch things up, hit muscles from a different angle and prevent boredom in your workouts! Each video has an accompanying 30 sec video plus a text ...

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Fresh Logo, New Promotional Deals!

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I hope everyone has been sticking with their New Year resolutions, if you’ve already fallen back into your old habits DON’T WAIT UNTIL 2013 to get yourself on the right track.

There have been some changes on the website and a few more to come. I have gotten a new logo which can be seen at the top of every page as well as scattered around other parts of the site. This will be the primary logo for future reference, I’m ...

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All of the lights, All of the lights!

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I recently became a “Corrective Exercise Specialist” and the course I went through was by far the most difficult I’ve experienced this far. I wanted to explain the Corrective Exercise techniques briefly and how they pertain to various goals. I will go ahead and say majority of my personal training clients will strive to burn fat, build muscle, or increase performance.

The best comparison I can make that makes the most since when explaining these strategies is to relate your ...

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Push Push Push

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A client of mine sent me a txt last week, she had just done 5 real pushups for the first time in her life. When I started training her, she had never worked out before. She had some athletic experience with recreational tennis but when she came to me knee pushups were not even an option….the upper body strength just wasn’t there. Her enthusiasm inspired me to write about pushups.

This is a great exercise to routinely monitor the progress of ...

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