Actions lead to results!

As a personal trainer, one of the things I strive for with all of my clients is to take positive action steps to improve their health and their lives.  What are positive action steps.  Drinking more water, eating healthier food choices and having better overall nutrition, bypassing the junk food as often as possible, staying active and completing workouts when they need to be done.  Having the right attitude is often times the most essential ingredient for success.  I have to say that I have to be one of the luckiest trainers out there because I have a group of people who are dedicated and committed to the process.  This is evidenced this cycles Fit Test and Weigh In.  I compile a lot of data over the course of a day/week/month and one of the pieces of data that I love to see more than anything is the overall results of all the hard work that my clients put into the health and fitness.  Therefore I have decided to share a little bit of the information that I collect.  These numbers are proof positive that hard work and effort and dedication pay off!

We do bi-weekly Fit Tests and Weigh In’s.  Every client is required to complete these every two weeks.

I am going to give the data from the most recent two Fit Tests and Weigh In’s.  December 30, 2011 and January 13, 2012.

Weigh In Results

Weigh Lost from December 30, 2011 to January 13, 2012 – 28.75 Pounds

Body Fat % Lost from December 30, 2011 to January 13, 2012 – 26.69%

 

Fit Test Results

Average # of Push-ups completed Dec 30th – 25.6

Average # of Push-ups completed Jan 13th – 28.0

Increase of 2.4 Push-ups

 

Average # of Jumping Jacks completed Dec 30th – 148.8

Average # of Jumping Jacks completed Jan 13th – 157.8

Increase of 9.0 Jumping Jacks

 

Average Plank Hold duration Dec 30th – 1:16

Average Plank Hold duration Jan 13th – 1:28

Increase of 12 seconds

 

Average 1 Mile run time Dec 30th – 10:18

Average 1 Mile run time Jan 13th – 10:17

Decrease of 1 second (this is good on the decrease)

 

Average Wall Squat Hold Dec 30th – 1:35

Average Wall Squat Hold Jan 13th – 1:50

Increase of 15 seconds

 

These results are proof that all of the hard work and dedication are paying off.  Great job to everyone!

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