Ruldolph Pongnon is the head trainer and CEO of Rising Storm Boxing & General Fitness.
He specializes in boxing conditioning and training and also provides general fitness instruction. We develop a training regimen that incorporates an individual's lifestyle, base level of fitness, health and body type. Most people who fail at reaching their exercise goals simply do too much too fast. For instance, someone who has not exercised in 3 years wants to come to the gym and workout for an hour and a half, or more. Basically, treating the body like a car, the more gas I put into it, the further it will go. For a person who has been inactive for so long, you shouldn't start a fitness regimen that last more than half an hour. I would expand on this during a face to face consultation. Body type is another major consideration in developing a fitness plan, there are basically four general body types spoon shapes which mainly applies to women who are relatively slim on top and wide on the bottom, hour glasses, also predominantly women, like the number eight, cone shapes, usually men like myself who are wide on top and relatively slim on the bottom, and ruler shapes, runway models are a good example, their weight is -generally- evenly distributed throughout their body. Depending on your body type, there are exercises that would be most favorable for it. For example, if you are cone shaped, top heavy, you will need to do a lot of abdominal work and because we tend to be weak in the lower body, exercising with leg weights, squats and other related routines would be recommended to give you the best aesthetic results. People who take on a fitness plan on their own have a 5 percent chance of succeeding; those who work with a knowledgable trainer, the probability is 80 percent. Increase your likelihood of achieving your work out goals by 75 percent by partnering with us.
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