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6 years as a personal trainer and group exercise instructor. Owner of Mile High Fitness, LLC. Corporate fitness and wellness services and in home and online personal training services. Two-time State Open Champion in tennis and author of two books and several published articles. www.milehighfitness.com www.milehighfitness.com/fitnessmatters
Governor's Council for Physical Activity, IDEA Health And Fitness Organization, Colorado Black Women for Political Action, North Metro Chamber of Commerce, Denver Chamber of Commerce, Northglenn Parks and Recreation Advisory Council
Primetime for Seniors, Physicalhealthandfitnessarticles.net, ezinearticles.net, African American Voices, Urban Spectrum
Certified by ACE (American Council on Exercise) and AFAA (Aerobics and Fitness Association of America).
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Hi Bud thanks for the question. I also have a mini-trampoline which does alleviate some of the knee joint impact and mine came with a DVD. The DVD has some workout programs on it that I can follow (or
Hi Mufid thanks for the question. Congratulations on being aware of your food intake and making tough choices. It sounds like you are on the right track with your exercise program as well. I don't know
Hi Bud thanks for the question. I'm glad to hear that you are working out consistently! A step could actually be pretty hard on the knees unfortunately. I think it may be ok every now and then but I
Hi Em I'm glad to hear that you are serious about your weight loss goals! And yes, you can lose 17 lbs in 2 months, but you don't have to eat 400 calories to do that. That is considered the appropriate
Hi Ted thanks for the question. All 3 are great options, but both the treadmill and elliptical are weight bearing which means that your entire body is engaged in the activity whereas the bike allows you
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