Fitness Tips & Other Good Info

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We've got you covered with lots of great videos containing fitness tips on exercise, nutrition, and how to lose weight, to make sure you're on track to reach your goals.


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What is Semi-Private Coaching???

Curious what the heck this whole "Semi-Private" Personal Training thing is?


You're not alone. It's a question we get asked about a lot as more and more fitness studios and gym's switch to this format (including us).


In this video, Rob will break down what Semi-Private Personal Training is, what it is NOT, and who might benefit the most from this type of coaching.


Let us know if you have any other questions about it.

Should I Workout if I'm Injured

Can/Should you workout if you're injured?


Yes! It's just a matter of finding things that are safe and pain free for you.


Watch this video for some suggestions on how to best go about planning around pain to stay on track to your fitness goals.

Squatting 101: Should I Break at the Hips or the Knees?

In this video, Rob discusses squatting mechanics, and whether it's better to Break (aka bend) at the hips or knees first.


Let us know if you ever need help with your squats, and remember you can always book a Free Consultation or Free class right in the scheduling section of our website.


We'd love to see you in person.

Squatting 101: Finding your Foot Position

In the first video of his series "Squatting 101", Rob, a Personal Trainer in Beverly at Lift Positive Fitness, goes over how to find the correct foot position for you to make sure you get the most out of your squats.


Hint: It's not the same for everyone, so pay attention.

Improving your Deadlifts Using the Sand Bag

Looking for a great way to improve, or learn, the deadlift?


Look no further than the Sandbag trainers. It's a fool proof way to make sure you keep your balance and weight over the middle of your feet.


Here's we're showing the Single Leg Deadlift with a Sandbag.


Just remember to:


  • REACH - reach back with your hips, or back leg.
  • DROP THE BAG ON YOUR FEET - Don't worry it won't hurt.
  • DRIVE - Drive down into the floor with your feet to push the ground away and stand up tall.