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A Gym Instructor is permanently employed and based exclusively at a gym or fitness facility and is there to offer assistance to all members, for example, by teaching new members how to use gym equipment correctly and safely. A Gym Instructor also ensures that members are using the correct techniques when performing any exercises. If the incorrect techniques are used, injuries could occur, so it is vital to have a fitness professional available to help members get the best results from their workouts.

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A Personal Trainer is similar to a Gym Instructor, however, they have a more personal approach, and this is often on a one to one basis. The primary focus of a Personal Trainer is to help their clients reach their health, fitness, and weight loss goals. The starting point is a consultation to discuss goals, existing levels of fitness and/or any injuries. It will then assist the Personal Trainer in building a personalized exercise programme, as well as advise on nutrition. Personal trainers can work anywhere at any time, including training clients at home. 

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Zumba is a fitness program that combines Latin and international music with dance moves. Zumba routines incorporate interval training — alternating fast and slow rhythms — and resistance training. An aerobic activity, Zumba can count toward the 150 minutes a week of moderate aerobic activity or 75 minutes a week of vigorous aerobic activity recommended for most healthy adults by the Department of Health and Human Services. Aerobic exercise reduces health risks, keeps excess pounds at bay, strengthens your heart and boosts your mood. If you enjoy Zumba, you're also more likely to do it regularly — and experience its benefits as an aerobic exercise.



Yoga focuses on the mind by teaching you to concentrate on specific parts of the body. For instance, you may be asked by the instructor to focus deeply on your spine or let your mind go and have your body sink into the floor. This awareness keeps the mind-body connection sharp and doesn't allow a lot of time for external chatter (like worrying about what you're going to have for dinner or the presentation at the office that you're preparing for). Instead, the focus is internal, between your head and your body. An example is savasana (the corpse pose), which is practiced by virtually all schools of yoga. During savasana, you lie on your back with your eyes closed and just let your entire body sink into the floor. The idea is to not fight any thoughts you have but to let them come and go while the instructor leads you through visual imagery to help you focus on how your muscles feel. The desired and often obtained result is to drift into a peaceful, calm, and relaxing state. Savasana is generally the final pose of a yoga session before final chanting and/or breathing exercises.



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