Agree ? Yes or no ?
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P.S.S. “Trust the process. Your time is coming. Just do the work and the results will handle themselves.” Tony Gaskins
1 – Expert Workout Advice – A personal trainer will help you define achievable goals and plan how to meet them. They will create a workout routine specific to your goals and needs while also making allowances for your current physical condition and medical background.
2 – Avoid Injury – Having a trainer demonstrate the correct form, and watch you complete each exercise to ensure you are completing the move in a safe way, will help to avoid any potential injury. Also, your trainer will plan your workouts to maximize the benefits and reduce the possibility of injury or overtraining.
3 – Motivation – Ever feel like you can’t do one more rep or keep going for one more minute? A trainer will push you (safely) to do just one (or two!) more.
4 – Support – Your trainer will be your biggest cheerleader and source of encouragement. I know most trainers became certified for the same reason I did because we want you to succeed in meeting your goals and live a happy and healthy life. A trainer will work with you to overcome any resistance or barriers to creating a healthier life and meeting your health goals.
5 – Focus On You – If you have a unique medical concern, a trainer can work with your physician, physical therapist or other health care provider to plan a safe and efficient program that will speed your recovery or enable you to reach your health goals.
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Hi ! My name is Dmitrijs Beloborodovs
Fitness become one of the buzzwords along with bitcoin or соvid. The first should eventually stop jumping up and down, the second should go away, yet fitness must stay forever. It is crucial to find a good personal trainer to have a smooth start and keep going for a long time. There is something that might help you with that.
Recently I joined a FitRadar team to help with mobile app development. What is a FitRadar (https://fitradar.me) in a nutshell? Briefly: we bring trainers and audience together. Today, your service must be available via different channels: website, integrated in social media and of course, has its own mobile app. A mobile device knows quite much information about you and your habits: your location, language preferences, your schedule and sometimes even specific health metrics (HealthKit is a good example). In other words, it knows enough to propose you a best fitness trainer or sport community in your area, with respect to your timetable, interest or by your friends recommendation. When you start building something great like this, you want to be sure are are building on solid foundation. Here is the first question you might want to evaluate:
Crossplatform solutions (i.e. Flutter, React Native) might look attractive initially, yet brings problems later: super long polishing to achieve smooth and nice UI/UX to mimic platform (all those bounces and responsiveness, etc) and hard path of integration with platform native hardware (location, calendar, etc). So, for us, answer is go 100% native. Stay tuned to know how well we managed to achieve a primary goal of our mobile app — bring nice experience of finding a sport fo your dreams.
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P.S. Source: https://medium.com/@dmi3j/fitness-and-mobile-app-3dca370d8e10