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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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Recently our team finished the work on FitRadar booking system. That was quite a challenging task and I decided to share some insights and knowledge we gained during the design and development of this system. Already on the early stage of designing and requirement gathering it was clear that ticket booking system on the back-end should be independent from the rest of the Fitradar system because we wanted to introduce Event Sourcing for such entities as Order and Payment. Since these two entities are responsible of money charging and money is always a very sensitive topic, we wanted to make sure we can always track down the state changes in booking and payment processes. But to what degree it should be independent was the question we had to answer.
So there is very little we can do about object decoupling at runtime in single process application case, but do we really need to deploy a booking system in a separate application? Maybe we can just isolate our booking system in a separate library and still run it in the same process with the rest of FitRadar libraries? And so we started to investigate it. Very quickly we noticed that our ideas of making booking system independent from the rest of application strongly reassembles the principles of Microservices architecture . And since now days there are a lot of talks around the Microservices we thought that our project might be a good candidate to move to Microservices architecture. But just because something is promoted doesn’t mean it fits your needs. You usually don’t start the development of application as a distributed system, unless it was a requirement from the beginning. Applications usually mature to the state when Monolithic Architecture doesn’t satisfy the initial requirements and a team starts to consider switching to Microservices Architecture. And we wanted to make sure that this is the time when the new feature requires us to switch to the new Architecture to make the development easier in the future. Here are the advantages of Microservices Architecture that really attracted our attention:
And for our project it seemed that we will gain more than loose if we will treat booking system as separate application and deploy it in a separate process. So we gave it a try.
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