Langhorne, PA (PressExposure) June 24, 2008 -- Fitness enthusiasts all over the world have been waiting for the chance to pay less and gain more from their fitness programs. Many fitness professionals have been showing signs of fatigue, having watched unfair levels of education enter the industry, and thus creating a bad reputation for all fitness professionals. Dr. Kareem Samhouri ("Dr. K"), of Lift Hard Play Hard.com, states that more than seventy-percent of all fitness professionals pass a certification exam without any collegiate education and/or a practical examination.
"The important point is not necessarily the college education. The important point to take away from this is safety. How is a potential client supposed to feel safe about doing intense exercise when they know that their personal trainer may have never been tested performing a single exercise?," says Dr. K. "The ability for people to have a reliable resource for fitness information, no matter where they live, has never been so readily available. Through the use of fitness information products and membership websites, virtually anyone in the world can have access to expert opinions."
This community's elite fitness professionals urge people considering an exercise program to consider learning from someone who can keep them safe. "The best means I've seen so far is a workout that you can bring with you on an Ipod. This is because you can listen to the description, watch the exercise, and then imitate the movement immediately following. There is no limit to how many times you can watch, and it's the first time that something like this has been available in the gym," states Dr. K. People all over the world are taking advantage of this new form of 'robotic training,' and the results are astounding. "By shifting your focus from the highest quantity of exercise you can accomplish in a gym to the highest quality, your lifestyle and health can be changed forever."
Lift Hard Play Hard.com is the premier online personal training program that can be administered entirely through an Ipod and an internet connection. It delivers over 104 workouts by email, consists of over 200 exercise videos, and has an online fitness video course for 12 months, as you learn about your body. Lift Hard Play Hard is run entirely online, although interaction is possible through monthly question and answer teleseminars answering any and all questions as they arise.
There is no charge for your first visit to the site. Each prospective client will be able to ask Dr. K questions, directly, pertaining to her/his fitness goals, in order to best determine if this is an appropriate program for that individual, in particular.