Jennie has exercised regularly since she was 18 years old. She was always known by her friends and family as a healthy and fit person, exercising 5-6 days per week and eating lots of fruits and veggies. However, she never did weight training.
One of Milestone's greatest strengths is its personal training program. It is comprised of 58 personal trainers who all hold bachelor of science degrees and nationally accredited certifications for personal training. All of these trainers work with the general population, helping people become stronger, more toned, increasing cardiovascular health, weight management, improving mobility, and much more. Some of these trainers carry additional specialties. Andrew Crowe is one who specializes in sports conditioning and boxing. He invites YOU to join him at one of his upcoming demos!
In honor of the Milestone Trainer Challenge, this is a compilation of pictures showing the heart and determination displayed on "Day 1". Milestone personal trainers practiced what they preach to their clients about setting goals, working, sweating, and when things get tough... pushing through the pain and using will-power to fight against fatigue. Personal trainers are not finished products. They work hard every day to become healthier, stronger, and better versions of themselves. Let these pictures empower you as a Member of Milestone, to free yourself from the thought, "What are other people thinking?" Instead focus on your goals and visualize yourself achieving what you set your mind to. You can do it! We believe in you! Check out the great quotes throughout this article, from Milestone Personal Trainer Brenna Tomlinson!
One of our popular Cycling classes here at Baptist Health/Milestone Wellness Center is called "Lots of Watts Cycling" with instructor Dean, Tuesdays 6:10pm - 7pm and Fridays 9:15am - 10:15am. This class uses power meter training which is measured in watts. So what is a watt? And how does it relate to fitness? Learn the basics here!
Watch Certified Personal Trainer & TPI Golf Specialist, Dan Horton, as he teaches his favorite stretches for warming-up muscles before playing golf. These moves will help increase range of motion on the golf swing, help prevent injury during the game, and help limit soreness after a long day of golf. Do these exercises regularly and increase flexibility in your body!