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#41 imogen

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Posted 29 October 2007 - 04:49 PM

hmmm yung result depende naman siguro sa atin, kahit papaano naman syempre may result and it will take time talaga :hypocritesmiley:
try mo rin sumali sa Group Exercise..... okey din naman esp. body combat and body pump :thumbsupsmiley:



exactly. satin talaga naka depende. so, the results will not come from the trainer per se. ;)

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Posted 29 October 2007 - 04:57 PM

That's the funny thing. A lot of these guys overcharge and cannot produce results. I know only a handful of them who don't overcharge and can produce great results.

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Posted 30 October 2007 - 02:10 PM

exactly. satin talaga naka depende. so, the results will not come from the trainer per se. ;)



yup pero we still need professional assistance ng mga trainer para mas effective ang training.


bakit di na lang tayo minsan magsabay sabay mag work out, para tayo tayo na lang magtulungan sa training.


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Posted 30 October 2007 - 03:20 PM

yup pero we still need professional assistance ng mga trainer para mas effective ang training.


True. At times even the most motivated individuals need someone to push them further

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Posted 13 May 2008 - 03:59 PM

fitness first, 25 sessions 29,500 originally daw 35,000 yun...
then if you show hesitation (lol) you will get it at 21,000 plus 5 free sessions.
that's the best rate you can get na yata sa fitness first.



as for their quickie sessions 5400 pesos++ 12 times.. 30 minutes
and 12600++ 30 times... 30 minutes...

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Posted 25 May 2008 - 11:44 AM

MAHAL PALA KUMUHA PERSONAL TRAINER

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Posted 25 May 2008 - 03:06 PM

MAHAL PALA KUMUHA PERSONAL TRAINER



lalu na po dito sa fitness first my dear!

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Posted 01 June 2008 - 09:00 PM

[color="#DDA0DD"]Aqoh personal trainer qog is my Self..[/color]

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Posted 11 June 2008 - 10:45 PM

magandang gabi sa lahat. mayroon ba ritong may alam kung paano mag-aaply sa isang gym bilang isang fitnes trainer? (bagong graduate lang ako, ngunit public administration ang aking inaral. kailangan ko muna magtrabaho bago makapagpatuloy ng pag-aaral. pinag-eksperimentuhan ko ang mga katawan ng aking mga kamag-anak at kaibigan, at maganda naman ang mga nagawa naming mga resulta.) ano ba ang mga requirements?
at may nalalaman ba kayong mga fitness gym na di lalayo sa limang kilometro mula sa katipunan?
maraming salamat.

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Posted 12 June 2008 - 11:16 AM

magandang gabi sa lahat. mayroon ba ritong may alam kung paano mag-aaply sa isang gym bilang isang fitnes trainer? (bagong graduate lang ako, ngunit public administration ang aking inaral. kailangan ko muna magtrabaho bago makapagpatuloy ng pag-aaral. pinag-eksperimentuhan ko ang mga katawan ng aking mga kamag-anak at kaibigan, at maganda naman ang mga nagawa naming mga resulta.) ano ba ang mga requirements?
at may nalalaman ba kayong mga fitness gym na di lalayo sa limang kilometro mula sa katipunan?
maraming salamat.


if you have a portfolio of the people you trained (before and after pics) bring that and show it to the gym you apply to.

This beats any certification.

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Posted 12 June 2008 - 04:29 PM

magandang gabi sa lahat. mayroon ba ritong may alam kung paano mag-aaply sa isang gym bilang isang fitnes trainer? (bagong graduate lang ako, ngunit public administration ang aking inaral. kailangan ko muna magtrabaho bago makapagpatuloy ng pag-aaral. pinag-eksperimentuhan ko ang mga katawan ng aking mga kamag-anak at kaibigan, at maganda naman ang mga nagawa naming mga resulta.) ano ba ang mga requirements?
at may nalalaman ba kayong mga fitness gym na di lalayo sa limang kilometro mula sa katipunan?
maraming salamat.

Try logging to ironpinoy.com or pinoymuscle.com because I'm sure they have a database of some gym's contact details in the Metro. Hope this helps. Just make a simple CV (resume) that will state your personal data specifically stating your educational attainment (since I'm assuming you don't have any job experiences yet). You might also want to consider securing your NBI clearance certificate first.

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Posted 13 June 2008 - 08:28 AM

if you have a portfolio of the people you trained (before and after pics) bring that and show it to the gym you apply to.

This beats any certification.



Try logging to ironpinoy.com or pinoymuscle.com because I'm sure they have a database of some gym's contact details in the Metro. Hope this helps. Just make a simple CV (resume) that will state your personal data specifically stating your educational attainment (since I'm assuming you don't have any job experiences yet). You might also want to consider securing your NBI clearance certificate first.


maraming salamat, mga ser.

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Posted 26 June 2008 - 02:28 PM

as for their quickie sessions 5400 pesos++ 12 times.. 30 minutes
and 12600++ 30 times... 30 minutes...



HAHAHAHAHAA.. these prices are a joke.. in my oppinion.. a really good personal trainer should be willing to train themselves out of a job..

as in .. teach the client the basics.. drum it into them.. teach them how to be independent. To make a long story short.. give them the tools and teach them how to use them

a good personal trainer should be able to teach you the basics in one training cycle.. typicaly this is 6-8 weeks.. and by them. more or less you can work on your own.

the only personal trainers worth hiring on a long term basis are those that have specialized skills in terms of client goals.. this would be fighters.. competetive atheletes.. etc etc..

but for the regular joe shmo or plain jane.. why the heck would you need your hand held throughout a workout? unless what you need is an "alalay" someone to get your water bottle.. change the pins on the machine, wipe your perspiration and put away your plates and dumbells when your too lazy to do it by yourself.

if a personal trainer wants to justify charging that much they should at least have a facility of their own.. parang garrage gym.. you dont need all those machines anyway. just the basic free weight equipment and alot of immagination and knowledge of how the human body works.

if there are any personal trainers out there.. ito idea lang.. pool some resources together.. open up a training center na 100% personal training lang.. small.. but capable of 100% attention to customer and 100% satisfaction

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Posted 26 June 2008 - 07:21 PM

HAHAHAHAHAA.. these prices are a joke.. in my oppinion.. a really good personal trainer should be willing to train themselves out of a job..

as in .. teach the client the basics.. drum it into them.. teach them how to be independent. To make a long story short.. give them the tools and teach them how to use them

a good personal trainer should be able to teach you the basics in one training cycle.. typicaly this is 6-8 weeks.. and by them. more or less you can work on your own.

the only personal trainers worth hiring on a long term basis are those that have specialized skills in terms of client goals.. this would be fighters.. competetive atheletes.. etc etc..

but for the regular joe shmo or plain jane.. why the heck would you need your hand held throughout a workout? unless what you need is an "alalay" someone to get your water bottle.. change the pins on the machine, wipe your perspiration and put away your plates and dumbells when your too lazy to do it by yourself.

if a personal trainer wants to justify charging that much they should at least have a facility of their own.. parang garrage gym.. you dont need all those machines anyway. just the basic free weight equipment and alot of immagination and knowledge of how the human body works.

if there are any personal trainers out there.. ito idea lang.. pool some resources together.. open up a training center na 100% personal training lang.. small.. but capable of 100% attention to customer and 100% satisfaction


good point.

I actually opened a training class which isn't really 1on1 but it helps guys with minimal experienec get fine tuned with small details, and it also teaches them to be independent and think critically.

so far so good.

and I still don't believe that guys should be charging so much unless they have already proven their crediblity (having a certification doesn't count)

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Posted 28 June 2008 - 03:24 PM

[color="#DDA0DD"]Aqoh personal trainer qog is my Self..[/color]

baka ako puede mo akong 2lungan mag train.:)

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Posted 01 August 2008 - 07:12 PM

May mga persona trainers na manyak! I think the male personal trainers have miscontrued the lady client who pays for a personal trainer. Most matronas would feel flattered when they get cheap shots from their PT. The subconscious would suggest that if he is touching me inappropriately therefore I am now more attractive. I am now more attractive because I am getting sexier. Those PTs really get your psyche to their advantage.
However, such is not the case for non-matronas (30 years or younger). More often than not they feel violated as I have been witness to such.

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Posted 01 August 2008 - 08:17 PM

May mga persona trainers na manyak! I think the male personal trainers have miscontrued the lady client who pays for a personal trainer. Most matronas would feel flattered when they get cheap shots from their PT. The subconscious would suggest that if he is touching me inappropriately therefore I am now more attractive. I am now more attractive because I am getting sexier. Those PTs really get your psyche to their advantage.
However, such is not the case for non-matronas (30 years or younger). More often than not they feel violated as I have been witness to such.


thats why one has to be a true professional

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Posted 01 August 2008 - 08:57 PM

You wont even see a result even after 3 months kahit may PT ka pa. The thing is PT cannot transform you, you have to have the will and discipline to reach your desired goals...



Yeah i do agree with you Sir....i did it last year lost 40 lbs in 4 months...haaay ..too bad i stopped lang kaya i need to do double time kasi nag gain na uli ako...kaka depress...huhuhu!

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Posted 01 August 2008 - 09:02 PM

good point.

I actually opened a training class which isn't really 1on1 but it helps guys with minimal experienec get fine tuned with small details, and it also teaches them to be independent and think critically.

so far so good.

and I still don't believe that guys should be charging so much unless they have already proven their crediblity (having a certification doesn't count)



Sir Olympus may i ask kung saan yung gym mo ? Anung training ang ino-offer mo and how much do you charge? Pls pm me for details po i would be glad to hear from you. Thanks in advance.

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Posted 14 August 2008 - 09:39 PM

The rates for personal trainers in Fitness First are:

Single PT Session - 999
11 PT Sessions - 9000
30 PT Sessions - 21000


Magdala nalang kayo ng trainer with you to the gym para mas mura. :) pm nyo ko, may kakilala ako na dating trainer ng FF. :)




Naks ...paki bulong naman kung sino yung trainer ng FF baka kilala ko hehehe...o baka naman ikaw un :P elow po !




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