If a woman in 40s works out regularly and has a trainer, why would her legs not be toned?
She does all body exercises including treadmill.
Brakel2, body toning can be more than just doing a certain exercise. If you are having trouble toning your legs, your trainer isn't very good at their job. You have to consider what types of exercises, how often, how many reps, and your diet if you are trying to tone.
A skilled trainer will analyze your overall lifestyle and body type and then customize both an exercise and diet plan to help you achieve your goals. At least that's been my experience.
There are a couple of factors to consider- timeframe? And body composition?
How long has the person been with the trainer? Fitness and muscle tone development takes time. I would expect some signs over a month at least with targeted exercises.
You can be relatively fit and toned with a significant layer of adipose tissue covering up that tone. Most individuals have a fantastic set of ab muscles under a heavy layer of fat.
Has she asked the trainers input and reasoning? Was improved muscle tone mentionned to the trainer as an aim prior to program setup?
There are a huge number of questions to ask on such an issue and no one set of answers.
The best advice is speak to the trainer and establish why the goal is not seemingly being achieved. If the answer is unsatisfactory consider changing trainer.
Ultimately a personal trainer is employed by the client.
by ambassadornchains 7 years ago
Will you please recommend some fun, motivating exercises? I'm trying to come up with a new routine to keep me motivated. I have to exercise regularly, now, or else I experience extremely pain in my body.
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