Rowe, Theresa
February 2009
Guideposts;Feb2009, Vol. 63 Issue 12, p73
The article presents information about the author's experience of becoming a personal trainer. The author joined a health club due to her eating habits at a steakhouse, where she was working. She signed for the exercise dance thin, where she lasted for 10 minutes. There was a lot of stretching and toning on the mat along with some low-impact cardiovascular exercises. The class stressed about how critical stretching is.


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