Not a Protein But a Fat
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This guide will help you realize that the foods we thing are actually a good source of protein, actually aren't very high in protein but high in fats.
I have been a personal trainer since 2007 and have enjoyed every minute of it. I grew up playing various sports – from soccer, baseball and basketball to martial arts, and snowboarding. Through my vast personal experience with different types of activities, I’ve learned a lot about how bodies work and I’m now able to translate this knowledge to my clients. In addition to my firsthand knowledge of sports and activities, I also received a life-altering injury soon after becoming a trainer. Learning to work around the limitations of my injury has provided me with even more knowledge of how bodies work under various circumstances.
I spent time working in a large corporate gym as a personal trainer for my first three and half years. There, I had the opportunity to work with 23 other personal trainers. I was able to learn what clients need to get results – without running into injuries that could set them back from reaching their goals. I since have been training as an independent personal trainer and continue to strive to do what is in the best interest for my clients to lose weight, to help them with low back pain, knee injuries and shoulder injuries.
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