Thursday, November 27, 2008

Healthy Eating During the Holidays

Healthy eating during the holidays...

It's on almost just about everybody's mind.

For some it is a reality.

For the majority of the population, the nutritional plan gets thrown out the window for at least a day -- that's if there are no leftovers.

I have to admit, I'm a sucker for pumpkin pie.

As a Personal Trainer in Manhattan Beach, CA, I spend a good portion of my time reminding my clients that their nutritional habits are just as important to achieving fitness goals as the exercise itself is.

So, if you've been exercising regularly this year and you've been following a reasonable eating plan, tomorrow is a little bit of a test.

The health club that I work at was actually packed tonight with people getting in a last workout before the holiday.

I'm planning on heading in tomorrow morning for my own workout to see some of the fitness diehards!

If you're not currently on a nutritional plan, but have been thinking about starting one for a while, my most highly recommended program is Precision Nutrition by Dr. John Berardi.

It's what I recommend to all of my clients and it does wonders for their bodies, both inside and out.

This time of year, (the span between Halloween and New Years), often presents the most trouble for men and women in terms of weight gain.

If you want to make this year different, treat yourself to a gift -- the gift of fitness and personal training.

We'd love to help make this year your most fit ever.

Schedule your complimentary personal trainer consultation today.

Have a terrific Thanksgiving!

Committed to your healthy eating and fitness success,

David I. Bohmiller, BS, NSCA-CSCS
My Personal Trainer School LLC

Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Becoming a Personal Trainer at My New Health Club

Becoming a Personal Trainer at a new health club is always exciting.

Since April 1st of 2008, I've been personally training clients independently; in their houses and in outdoor boot camps.

After moving to a new city (Manhattan Beach, CA), I thought to myself, why not go back to something that is both fun and allows me to meet tons of new people in my community.

So, I've taken a personal training position with a large health club... 120,000 square feet to be exact.

It has all the bells and whistles.

A pool, 2 basketball courts, a huge cafe with lots of healthy eating choices, a "yoga wing" to help keep the usual weightlifting noises to a minimum, and almost everything else you can imagine.

It's a beautiful place to workout and to work on becoming a personal trainer.

One of the factors that attracted me most, in addition to the above-mentioned items, is that this health club employs over 50 Personal Trainers -- all nationally certified and most degreed.

A lot of Personal Trainers new to the industry might think that this would prevent them from building their business for several reasons.

They might think that there would be too much competition or that the Personal Trainers with the most tenure would prevent them from creating a business foundation for themselves.

That thought process couldn't be farther from the truth.

When you are surrounded by that many successful Personal Trainers, especially those with education and personal trainer certifications from reputable organizations, you can't help but feed off their energy and enthusiasm.

This type of environment makes things better for both the Personal Trainer and for the clients who benefit from an increased sharing of ideas, techniques, and exercise programming among the Personal Trainers.

When you are passionate about something, you talk about it.

That exchange of thoughts makes every Personal Trainer better.

As soon as we pick up on something new, we try it for ourselves, make sure it works effectively, then we pass that new knowledge on to our clients.

This is one of the ways that we continue to help our clients get lasting results.

It's been about a year since I've been in the gym atmosphere and working in a close, athletic environment with 50 other Personal Trainers has reignited my passion and has me pumped every time I set foot in the gym.

Becoming a Personal Trainer is one of the most exciting choices I've made in my life.

And what is even more exciting is being able to share my fitness knowledge with men, women, and children who are becoming more conscious of the impact their own health and fitness will have on their lives today and in their future.

If you're thinking about a career as a health professional, visit our article section on How to Become a Personal Trainer or our directory about choosing a personal trainer certification.

Or, if you're a fitness enthusiast and are looking to expand your own fitness knowledge or are seeking the help of a Personal Trainer, visit Manhattan Beach Personal Trainer. Our team is looking forward to hearing from you.

Committed to your fitness success,

David I. Bohmiller, BS, NSCA-CSCS
My Personal Trainer School LLC

Sunday, November 23, 2008

The 5 Biggest Health and Fitness Mistakes Made During the Holidays

Hello All,

My recent relocation from the 24 degree weather of Boston, MA to the sunshine and beaches of Southern California got me to thinking about the differences and the similarities of the holiday season for people around the country.

In Boston right now, we're celebrating the Patriots win and getting ready for a cold Turkey Day.

In Southern California, we may not have had as much luck considering the Chargers loss, but we're also getting ready for Thanksgiving dinner followed by a stroll along the Pacific Ocean.

Whatever your location, there are several truths to the holiday season.

The truth of the matter is that most people tend to put on some extra pounds starting with Halloween and continuing through the New Year.

And every year, many of us go through the same thought process.

You may have found yourself saying:

"This year is going to be different."

"I'm going to eat less. I won't have 2 desserts."

"I'm going to start exercising before the holidays."

"I'm going to stick to my New Year's resolution(s)."

To help you out this holiday season, we've put together a list of the 5 biggest health and fitness mistakes people everywhere are making and what you can do to make sure you don't fall into a weight gain trap.

Here are the Top 5 Health and Fitness Mistakes You May Be Making...

Health and Fitness Mistake #1

Not Having or Not Changing Your Cardio Exercise Program

Many people hit plateaus in the quest for better fitness. Sometimes it's a weightlifting plateau and sometimes it is a cardiovascular fitness plateau.

Remember, your heart is a muscle, too - the most important one.

If you aren't working it at all or if you keep doing the same cardio routine over and over again, then your heart is never challenged in a good way.

To make sure that you are training your cardiovascular system correctly, you'll want to cross train by employing several different cardiovascular activities.

Here are a few to get you started during the holiday season:

  • Walking - Take a walk with family members before and/or after your holiday meals. It's a great way to burn a few extra calories and will warm your body up a bit (especially those of you in Boston and the colder climates).

  • Cross Training - If you're at the gym, test out a machine you don't normally use.

    If you've been using the treadmill forever, the muscles you can see (your legs) and the muscles you can't see (your heart) are probably getting comfortable.

    Switching exercise machines will keep those muscles guessing and can even make the time seem to go by faster.

Health and Fitness Mistake #2

Only Doing Cardio

Cardiovascular activity will help your heart get stronger and help you to burn some fat and carbohydrate calories, but a faster and more efficient way to get to your health and weight loss goals is to couple your cardio with a weight lifting routine.

Weight lifting will help to build some lean muscle throughout your body.

Having a little more muscle on your frame will help you burn more calories throughout the day.

Health and Fitness Mistake #3

Eating the Wrong Foods...And Too Much of Them

It's hard enough to eat the right foods in the right amounts throughout the year.

During the holidays, offices and kitchens are often bombarded with sweet and sugary treats. It can be almost impossible to resist.

That's why so many people put on anywhere from 5 - 20 extra pounds during the holiday season.

If you're concerned about gaining weight during the holidays, these 2 tricks will help.

1) Increase or maintain your water and fruit intake -

Once you are at a holiday dinner party it may be tougher to resist the food temptations.

Before you leave the house be sure to drink a glass of water and/or have a piece of fruit. This will help quench at least part of your appetite and leave a little less room in your stomach for that extra cupcake.

2) Bring healthy treats to the office -

If there is only one choice, then that's the one you'll make.

By having a selection, it will be easier to make some heart healthy, lower calorie choices.

Having fruit salad rather than a bowl of chocolates is a great way to stick to a sound nutritional plan.

Health and Fitness Mistake #4

Concentrating on Muscles One at a Time

Long gone are the days of working the biceps only.

Split routines (a staple of bodybuilding) are being replaced by various total-body workout strategies.

Not only do you burn more calories, but you can get more done in less time.

Health and Fitness Mistake #5

Not Asking for Help When You Need It

With so much information available in magazines and yes, on the internet, it can be difficult to know what information to trust.

Too often we keep plugging away, too proud to ask for guidance or assistance.

If you've been stuck in the holiday cycle of gaining weight and losing weight, only to gain more weight, then lose it again, and you're ready for change, then don't be afraid to ask for guidance from a certified health and fitness professional.

The Manhattan Beach Personal Trainer Team has over 10 years of experience in creating effective fat loss and weight loss programs.

We've successfully helped hundreds of clients through the holiday season and are ready to help you.

Schedule your complimentary consultation here.

I'm looking forward to speaking with you soon.

Have the Happiest Thanksgiving and Healthy Holidays!

Committed to your fitness success,

David I. Bohmiller, BS, NSCA-CSCS
My Personal Trainer School LLC

P.S. - Don't forget to subscribe to our complimentary fitness newsletter with tons of healthy recipes, fitness exercises, and weight loss tips.

Sunday, November 9, 2008

Best Personal Trainer Certification Review

Hello All,

We're happy to introduce another new section geared toward your personal trainer career development.

Our Personal Trainer Certification Directory currently includes the following articles:

ACE Personal Trainer Certification
NASM Personal Trainer Certification
The Best Personal Trainer Certification

Committed to your fitness success,

David I. Bohmiller, BS, NSCA-CSCS
My Personal Trainer School LLC

Thursday, November 6, 2008

Lower Back Pain, Exercise, Treatment, and Exercise Section

Hello All,

My Personal Trainer School has just added a lower back pain relief directory.

This section incorporates articles from physical therapists and personal trainers addressing the needs of those suffering from lower back pain.

Our first few articles in this section include:

Lower Back Pain
Lower Back and Hip Pain
Lower Back Pain and Strong Ab Muscles
Severe Lower Back Pain

Take a look and enjoy a healthier spine.

Committed to your fitness success,

David I. Bohmiller, BS, NSCA-CSCS
My Personal Trainer School LLC

Tuesday, November 4, 2008

Fibromyalgia Symptoms and Fibromyalgia Exercise

Hello All,

There is a large population of men and women suffering from fibromyalgia symptoms.

For these people, it can be difficult to engage in normal health and fitness activities, so how can we ensure that they receive the benefit of exercise and physical activity?

Health professionals, in response to continued research, are now able to develop fibromyalgia exercise programs specific to the needs of the population.

For more visit our newest articles on fibromyalgia symptoms and fibromyalgia exercise.

Committed to your fitness success,

David I. Bohmiller, BS, NSCA-CSCS
My Personal Trainer School LLC

Monday, November 3, 2008

Manhattan Beach Personal Trainer

Hello All,

Our cross-country trip has come to a close and My Personal Trainer School has now set up shop in Manhattan Beach, CA.

We're excited to explore the new surroundings and to meet anyone and everyone within the community.

To learn more about our services here, check out Manhattan Beach Personal Trainer.

As always, thank you for your continued support!


David I. Bohmiller, BS, NSCA-CSCS
My Personal Trainer School LLC

Wednesday, October 29, 2008

New Fitness Training School Update for My Personal Trainer School

Hello All,

For those of you aspiring to join the world of fitness professionals as either a personal trainer, group exercise instructor, or online personal trainer, you will want to check out our new updates.

Our latest article, Fitness Training School, gives you an overview of the necessary steps to becoming a successful personal trainer.


David I. Bohmiller, BS, NSCA-CSCS
My Personal Trainer School LLC

Monday, October 27, 2008

Weight Gain From Diet Sodas?

We all know that sodas are a source of "empty calories".

They are there, but don't do much for us in the way of energy.

What about diet sodas? Do they impact our weight loss or weight gain?

Check out our new article Why Diet Sodas May Cause Weight Gain and Prevent the Loss of Stomach Fat.

Committed to your fitness success,

David I. Bohmiller, BS, NSCA-CSCS
My Personal Trainer School LLC

Healthy Eating Tips and Weight Loss Tips for Halloween

Hello All,

With Halloween quickly approaching, many of you are probably heading off to the grocery store to pick up some treats for the kids.

I remember growing up, we lived at the end of a dead-end street (scary!!) and we'd always have leftover candy at the end of the night. (Double scary for those of us trying to stick to our fitness and nutrition goals).

If you know that Halloween is the beginning of the extra-eating holiday season and you want to make sure you're not packing on some "hibernation weight", you'll enjoy our new article 5 Healthy Eating Tips and Weight Loss Tips for Trick-Or-Treaters on Halloween contributed by guest author Dr. Charles Inniss.

Happy Halloween!

Committed to your fitness success,

David I. Bohmiller, BS, NSCA-CSCS
My Personal Trainer School LLC

Tuesday, October 21, 2008

New Personal Fitness Trainer Career Checklist

Hello All,

Just a quick update...

We're very excited to announce our newest article resource for aspiring fitness professionals.

For those of you just beginning the path to your health career, our personal fitness trainer certification checklist will help you sort through some confusion.

It includes a bit about the requirements to be a personal trainer, choosing your personal trainer certification, and understanding marketing and sales.

Check it out at: Personal Fitness Trainer

Committed to your fitness success,

David I. Bohmiller, BS, NSCA-CSCS
My Personal Trainer School LLC

Monday, October 20, 2008

Fat Loss & Weight Loss Success

In exploring my new surroundings over the past week, my thoughts turned to some quick fat loss tips for men and women.

It wasn't specifically that I was trying to lose fat or break through a fitness plateau, but that with a new city all of a sudden came new activities.

You see, when you stop seeing results from your fitness program, it is usually because you've been doing the same thing for too long.

Your body has adapted to the challenge and needs a new stimulus for continued weight loss or continued fat loss.

So, this weekend, I've been walking the hills of San Francisco (some so steep there are actually staircases to help you get up the streets!). I also ventured out to Point Reyes for a 10-mile hike!!!

Needless to say, for all the walking I was doing in Boston, this is a whole different ballgame!

So, how does this relate to you and to your workouts?

If you've been "walking the same streets" by using the same exercise equipment all of the time and you don't remember the last time you tried something new or moved outside of your comfort zone, now is the time to try that spin class you've been meaning to, join a boot camp class, or hire a Personal Trainer.

It's true, you may have a few aches and pains from muscles that haven't been challenged to their fullest extent in a while, but the fat loss and weight loss success you see will have you patting yourself on the back...especially with the holidays coming up!!

Committed to your fitness success,

David I. Bohmiller, BS, NSCA-CSCS
My Personal Trainer School LLC

Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Fat Loss, Weight Loss, and Cardiovascular Exercise

At 4:30am this morning, I started my undercover research of a health club I’m considering working at in San Francisco.

I didn’t know the choice of workout clothes would differ so much.

(I won’t tell you which city has better taste in fitness apparel.)

I also wasn’t surprised to see that the same fitness weight loss mistakes are made on both the Atlantic and the Pacific coasts.

At 5am the fitness enthusiasts were headed for their favorite brands of cardiovascular exercise; the treadmill, elliptical cross trainer, bikes, and a rower.

What was very interesting to me was that not one of the men and women “getting their cardio done” was with a Personal Trainer.

The Personal Trainers had their clients involved in a mixture of mobility exercises, core exercises, and active warm-ups.

Want in on a little secret???

I’m willing to bet that each of the clients working out with their Personal Trainers burned more calories and did more toward achieving their weight loss and fat loss goals than those on the cardiovascular equipment.

Do you remember those long, boring classes in high school and in college that seemed to never end?

Do you find yourself in business meetings on Friday afternoons that feel the same way?

Well, your cardiovascular exercise shouldn’t feel that way and doesn’t have to feel that way.

Lots of people tell me that they do “traditional cardio” because they don’t have to think about it. It’s just choose a machine and go.

And they continue to do it, no matter how boring it is.

Well, when you are working with a Personal Trainer, you don’t have to think….that much. :)

We choose the exercises for you. We tell you how many to do, at what speed, and with which weights. We offer corrections when necessary so that you get the most out of your valuable time.

A few more important things about how your workouts with a Personal Trainer differ from traditional cardiovascular exercise…

In most cases, you are providing your body and your heart with a tougher cardiovascular challenge. You’re making your heart stronger.

You are moving more joints through a far greater range of motion. Working on the same machine all the time can actually build muscular imbalances around the joints in your body making it tougher for you to move effectively.

Whenever your range of motion or mobility is prohibited, your chance of injury is greater….not to mention that a shortened range of motion means that you activate fewer muscle fibers.

Lessened activation equals lessened toning and fewer calories burned! Not good!!

If you’re bored from doing the same cardiovascular exercise all of the time and you haven’t seen the changes that you’ve wanted to see when you’re looking in the mirror, then it’s time to talk to one of us to learn about Personal Training and what it will do for you.

Don’t be afraid….most of us don’t bite!!

Committed to your fitness success,

David I. Bohmiller, BS, NSCA-CSCS
My Personal Trainer School LLC

Wednesday, October 8, 2008

Healthy Eating Tips from My Personal Trainer School

If you've been attempting to "beat the bulge" by dieting and exercising, but can't seem to find something that works and lasts, you'll want to start using these 3 simple healthy eating tips today.

As a Personal Trainer, I've been witness to the stories told by clients of their hard work in the gym and their struggles outside of the health club. It's true, the other 23 hours of the day that you aren't in the gym can completely overwhelm the efforts you've put into exercise, especially when it comes to choices of nutrition.

The following tips are those that have been most successful for my clients and athletes in overcoming some of their damaging nutritional habits.

Healthy Eating Tip #1

Don't drink your calories - Okay, so we don't eat liquids, but they are a critical part of your overall nutrition. If you have never looked at the nutrition label on the side of even a small bottle of juice, I am sure you would be surprised to find that the figures for calories and for carbohydrates (basically sugars) are through the roof, especially when you consider the servings per container.

Although some juices do contain a good amount of vitamin quality, it is usually not enough to offset the influx of calories that you'll be taking in. The important point to remember is that these calories are "empty calories" and won't be used effectively by your body as fuel to help build muscle or to burn fat.

Water is almost always your best choice.

Healthy Eating Tip #2

"Surround" Yourself with Healthy Snacks - Don't literally surround yourself with snack food (you might eat it all), but do take a look at what is included in your snacking options. Are there lots of high calorie, high sugar foods? Or do you have a healthier mix of fruits and vegetables stored within reach?

What I've found is that if there is a bag of chips anywhere in the house, I'll eventually find it and I'll eat it. Most people are the same.

Healthy Eating Tip #3

If you enjoying eating at restaurants for any meal of the day, whether it is breakfast, lunch, or dinner, you may have found that individual servings could often feed a family.

Instead of forcing yourself through the appetizers, main course and dessert, ask for part of each course to be wrapped up right away. That way, you'll be able to enjoy some smaller portions and you'll have some tasty leftovers for the next day. It's a win-win. Oh yeah, it helps, too if you order something nutritious in the first place!

Sticking To It

One of the reasons that people give up on their goals is because of a lack of results. Oftentimes, a lack of results stems from a lack of consistency. To help keep consistent, try printing out this article. Post it on your fridge or somewhere in your office as a reminder of 3 simple healthy eating tips that will put you on the path to fitness and nutrition success.

Recommended Reading

For more on healthy eating, you'll want to check out the following articles:

  1. Nutrition and Wellness
  2. Skinny Jeans and Skinny Jeans Exercises
  3. Protein and Protein Requirements

Committed to your fitness success,

David I. Bohmiller, BS, NSCA-CSCS
My Personal Trainer School LLC

Saturday, October 4, 2008

Tuesdays with Morrie and Personal Training...

So, I finally got around to reading the book - Tuesdays with Morrie.

It was a very quick read (just an afternoon) and I highly suggest picking up a copy if you haven't read it already.

Without spoiling the intimate details of the book, I can tell you this; the author's main focus is on the lesson of living each day to the fullest.

It's true that we get caught up in the speed of life and sometimes take important things for granted. And, I wholeheartedly agree that each of us should take time each day to reflect on the people and the things that are important to us and that we are thankful for.

What I hadn't realized right away was that adopting this type of attitude is a good way, actually, in a GREAT way!

I look for inspiration every day, whether it is in watching friends and family accomplish tasks they never thought possible; strangers helping strangers in times of crisis as when Hurricane Ike struck Texas; or just in seeing the random acts of kindness that exist in all of us.

What's very important to realize is that you are most likely someone else's inspiration.

You may have inspired someone at work. You may have inspired your son or daughter. Maybe you even inspired a complete stranger.

The point is that you made a difference.

Being a fitness professional, I've heard numerous stories throughout the years from my clients of how they helped someone else to change their lives through exercise. Once they realize the power they have, it seems to become contagious for them as well.

I've seen entire families suffering from obesity and I've seen one person in that family make a committment to themselves to change. That change almost always spreads to the rest of the family and is so important for those of our younger generation to see.

If you're inspired and would like to make a change for yourself, our Personal Trainers are ready to help. Or, better yet, if you'd like to help create change for others and want to learn how to become a personal trainer, we are ready to show you the way. Learn more at My Personal Trainer School.

Thanks for the inspiration!

Committed to your fitness success,

David I. Bohmiller, BS, NSCA-CSCS
My Personal Trainer School

Friday, October 3, 2008

Skinny Jeans and Skinny Jeans Exercises

Hey All,

Just a quick update today...

We're very excited to announce the addition of new fitness author Katrina Hodgson to My Personal Trainer School.

Katrina is a certified Personal Trainer through the NASM-CPT and is the owner of ToneItUp!

She brings a wealth of knowledge from her degree in Health Science, Health Promotion and Fitness from Keene State College in New Hampshire and from her experience as a Master Personal Trainer and Group Exercise Instructor.

Her first article, "Skinny Jeans and Skinny Jeans Exercises", is already becoming a fan favorite!

Please help me in welcoming Katrina. We're looking forward to more of her fitness contributions!

Committed to your fitness success,

David I. Bohmiller, BS, NSCA-CSCS
My Personal Trainer School LLC

Thursday, October 2, 2008

Weight Loss Program Success Part 2: Nutrition and Wellness

Many people that come to me for help with nutrition and wellness do so because of their on-again, off-again frustrations with achieving consistent and lasting results.

Most health club members, and even those who workout at home, find that they can fall into a regular exercise groove.

The difficult part, it seems, is finding that same consistency when it comes to food.

Think about the number of times you've either been to the gym, gone for a walk, or done a few stretches or exercises in the past few months.

If you've been consistent, CONGRATULATIONS!

If you haven't exercised as much as you'd like, it is never to late to get started.

Now think about the daily ritual of going to the kitchen and opening the door to the fridge. Go ahead and open it now if you like.

What's in there?

You'll know right away if what's stocked in the pantry and in the fridge is helping or hurting your fight for consistent weight loss and a healthy body.

With the holiday season quickly approaching there is no better time to learn about nutrition and wellness and what foods will help you in your quest for a "fitter you".

Committed to your fitness success,

David I. Bohmiller, BS, NSCA-CSCS
My Personal Trainer School

Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Weight Loss Program Success Part 1: Healthy Recipes

In the kitchen, I've never been much of a "chemist".

Throughout high school, college, and my young professional days, my healthy eating program didn't include healthy recipes unless they had been prepared by someone else.

That isn't to say that I didn't make healthy choices when it came to food. I've always seemed to find a good balance of the appropriate carbohydrates, fats, and proteins.

It is because of these healthy eating choices that I am able to enjoy a fast metabolism and am able to see the results of my aerobic exercise and weight training.

As a Personal Trainer, it can be disheartening to see many people, who do spend countless hours exercising, still have trouble when it comes to their nutritional habits.

Proper nutrition is a key element in path to overall fitness success. Without it, you may find yourself "yo-yoing" in diets that only work for a few weeks at a time.

With Halloween, Thanksgiving, and the Holidays approaching more quickly than we would like to admit, it will be important to learn more about healthy eating and the healthy recipes that will help keep the weight off for good.

To get a better idea of your starting point, try this 8-day email nutrition course, covering everything from how to prepare your mind, how to prepare your kitchen, and how the 90% rule will help you.

We'll be back soon with Part 2 of our Weight Loss Program Success installment.

In health,


David I. Bohmiller, BS, NSCA-CSCS
My Personal Trainer School

Thursday, August 7, 2008

Olympic workouts and you

I've always been a huge fan of the Olympics, both Summer and Winter, for as long as I can remember.

So much so, that this past weekend while visiting my parents I was glued to the TV until 3am watching Olympic previews, biographies, background stories, and interviews with athletes from every sport.

A few of them in particular caught my eye. Here's why.

As a Personal Trainer and fitness enthusiast, I draw from several disciplines to help create the most effective fitness programs and workout routines for my clients.

Some of our activities involve pilates. Some resemble various poses that you might see in a yoga class. Others are very specific to sport.

Sometimes we sprint. Sometimes we run long distances. Almost everything we do targets core and balance.

A video on Natalie Coughlin, member of the US Women's Swim Team, showed her not only training in the water, but taking yoga classes and also hitting the weights hard. The weight training clip was actually of her performing the deadlift, one of my favorite exercises.

Allyson Felix, 200m Track & Field specialist, was shown deadlifting twice her bodyweight.

What's important here is to note that the training techniques they use to prevent injury, improve performance, and get the bodies that they have can be used by you -- safely and effectively.

You may not be on the roster for the 2012 Olympics, but you can make great strides toward your health and fitness goals by learning about and using safe training techniques like your favorite Olympians.

Learn more about our Personal Training services and what we can do for your body.

See you soon and enjoy the Olympics!


David I. Bohmiller, BS, NSCA-CSCS
My Personal Trainer School

Tuesday, August 5, 2008

Welcome to the My Personal Trainer School Blog

Hi everyone,

For those of you that don't already know me from, my name is David "Boh" Bohmiller, Master Personal Trainer and your personal guide to everything fitness.

Our team is happy to provide fitness career information for aspiring personal trainers and group fitness instructors in our free online action guide. If you want to learn how to become a personal trainer or are interested in getting a personal trainer certification, you have found the top online resource.

On the other hand, if you are most interested in learning more about a successful fitness lifestyle, you'll want to learn more about our personal training services and weight loss programs.

Thanks for visiting our blog and our site. We hope that you'll visit each often for the latest in the fun world of fitness!

Committed to your fitness success,

David I. Bohmiller, BS, NSCA-CSCS