Oct 1, 2018
If your trips to the gym aren't producing results, is it time to consider hiring a personal trainer? Viewed by some as a luxury item only few can afford, personal trainers can actually be a cost-effective way to ensure you're getting the most from your workouts. Today's show uncovers the reasons why a personal trainer might be a good choice and more importantly, what to look for in a personal trainer.
In this episode, I'm chatting with my friend and colleague -- Jim White of Jim White Fitness. A nationally-recognized fitness expert and registered dietitian, Jim's been a leader in the fitness industry for years and has a well-established level of expertise in this area. He shares with listeners:
To end the show I'm giving a quick update on my own family's cord cutting experience as follow up to last week's Cord Cutting Episode.
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