personal trainer

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per·son·al train·er

(pĕr'sŏn-ăl trā'nĕr)
A person who is certified in developing fitness programs for all people without regard to age or level of performance.
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Ross, who hopes to work as a personal trainer, just beat Luke to a place in the national final of a fitness trainer competition
Adam Dalton, aged 20, and 24-year-old Stuart MacDonald, from Birmingham Metropolitan College, are representing the West Midlands in the CYQ Fitness Trainer Competition finals on May 2 after winning the regional heat.
Having observed, from afar, the growing cult of fitness trainers in public spaces - and I cannot work out why they like car parks so much - my jog gave me a VIP front seat on their world of "no pain, no gain.
Nash, from Newcastle, spent 13 years as a military fitness trainer then worked as a personal trainer before starting the company in 2006.
Loaded with a digital pedometer with 3-D motion analysis, a heartrate monitor and a stopwatch, the fitness trainer also includes an FM radio and an mp3 player that can store up to 4 GB of music.
he well-known fitness trainer took stage with 700 volunteers who joined her on the stage before applauding audience who waved the Indian tricolour with pride.
Which is why his advisers should have taken more care over the employment of his fitness trainer.
The show, brain child of ex-police fitness trainer turned DJ Sean Rowley, will feature celebs confessing to embarrassing musical favourites and even playing them on a prime time slot.
Get Ripped & Chiseled with Jari Love is a DVD workout for men and women led by certified personal fitness trainer and fitness club owner Jari Love.
For years he's been a fitness trainer for the department's wellness and fitness program.
Mom & Tot Workout opens the action with its fitness video for mom and kids babies and toddlers receive instruction from personal fitness trainer Barbara Colby.
But he's no fitness trainer or coach; he's an inventor whose love of athletics inspired a big idea: The Flex Nimbo.