Personal Training Instructors and Fitness Trainers in Toronto
By Geoff G.R.
Whether you are new to the world of exercise, looking to get back into shape after a long hiatus, or want to step up your athletic performance, a certified personal trainer in Toronto can design workout programs tailored to your body type, in order to achieve your fitness goals. Personal training will help you lose weight, put on muscle, trim belly fat and tone your body. Here are several personal trainers in the Greater Toronto Area who can provide one-on-one individual workout sessions for you at home, as well as organize corporate fitness training for a group at work.
Personal training mixes cardiovascular exercise (treadmills, exercise bikes, stair-masters, elliptical machines and rowers) with resistance strength training (free weights, kettle bells, Smith machines and fitness equipment). Working out with a personal trainer in Toronto can have many physical health benefits, including stress reduction, weight loss, injury prevention, better sleep habits and increased longevity.
Serving Oakville and Mississauga, ON
Phone (416) 550-2277
Eric Astrauskas, Personal Trainer in Toronto
Phone (416) 912-9716
862 Kingston Rd.
Toronto, ON M4E 1S3
Phone (416) 690-0045
110 Spencer Ave.
Toronto, ON M6K 2J6
Phone (416) 274-1020
Gena Govas: In-Home Personal Training
Phone (416) 655-3924
220 Richmond St. West
Toronto, ON M5V 1V6
Phone (416) 568-5142
Phone (416) 802-9544
Top Form Fitness
Phone (416) 931-0800
Train by Trina
Phone (416) 788-2535
Exercise programs burn calories with each workout, however, maintaining your better body is just as important as obtaining it. A proper nutritional diet will regulate your calorie count, while a good night’s sleep will repair muscle tissues torn during your training regimen.
A personal trainer in Toronto will monitor your exercises to ensure you perform them safely, in order to avoid gym injuries. Exercise instructors will see to it that proper technique is executed with each exercise you do.
Post workout routines you can expect to do include a light exercise bike ride to shake off lactic acid, stretches to prevent injury and cramping, and perhaps even a protein shake to start repairing your muscles right away.