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Ask a Personal Trainer

Posted by LeeAnn Langdon on Tue, Oct 11, 2011 @ 10:26 AM

Clients and potential clients often have questions for me about how they can burn more calories, get more out of their workouts or exercise within the limitations of an injury or illness. I love to get these questions, because I love to be able to provide good, common-sense fitness information (in case you haven't noticed, there's a lot of garbage out there).ask the Denver personal trainer

I also love those questions because they are often of interest to many people, and they inspire me to write new blog posts that many people can benefit from. So I've added a new form to the blog page where you can submit your own burning fitness question.

If you have a question you'd like to ask a personal trainer, use the form in the sidebar to the right to ask your question. I require that you give a valid email address so I can keep out the spammers and so I can contact you directly if I need clarification or if the response requires a personal touch. If you've always wondered what types of exercise are good if you have arthritis, or what you should eat before your workout, or how to stay motivated in cold weather--or anything else, for that matter--ask away!

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