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11-19-2013, 08:04 AM
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Originally Posted by Tikkanen View Post
It doesn't take much to become a certified personal trainer either. I'd still rather have somebody new or totally out of shape hire a trainer than go to the gym and try stuff on their own.
I agree that you should do some background checks on ANY gym you go to. Some people, like in anything you do, will just go to the classes and get certified and start screaming at people to do more and do better.

Some places are certified or certified in multiple aspects of Crossfit and they know a lot to help you with all the main ideology.

Certifications are sort of misleading anyway. Look at a doctor for example.
I go to one pretty often throughtout a year.

They did blood work and they saw im low in sodium.
He said have some gatorade. More gatorade. and more salty foods like pretzals.

Thanks Doc...
A real professional. I am glad his one nutrition class in undergrad really helped him there.
Safe to say I do not have gatorade on a daily basis or even weekly.

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