The most important thing we do at XUBIFIT is to provide those seeking better health through fitness with access to some of the nations most qualified and highly vetted fitness professionals capable of delivering personalized workout programs, nutritional guidance, and perhaps most importantly… motivation! Secondly, our all-inclusive website delivers a variety of trustworthy health & fitness articles, healthy recipes and even cooking videos. In the not too distant future, XUBIFIT will expand into additional areas within the field of fitness; supplements, fitness gear, fitness equipment, and on-demand live exercise classes.
No. These individuals work for themselves and have chosen to allow XUBIFIT to assist them with locating clients that are serious about their health and well-being. Legally, these fitness professionals are referred to as independent contractors.
Okay, you got us. While we haven’t met all 250,000+ personal trainers just yet, you can rest assured that we’ve taken the time to scrutinize them for peace of mind. First, we require that they submit a valid driver’s license and copies of their training certifications so that we can make sure that they are qualified to coach their clients in their respective field of fitness training. Secondly, we encourage all fitness professionals applying for a position with XUBIFIT to invest in themselves by allowing us to perform a thorough background check on their behalf through a third-party entity. If they pass their background check, they will receive a badge of certification on their personal biography page to assure you that they are truly an honorable fitness professional. Lastly, all fitness professionals must maintain a positive rating with their clients or they will not be allowed to use our services.
We like to think of our Fitness Professionals as much more than the instructor or personal trainer of the past. Our trainers [Fitness Professionals] care as much about your lifestyle choices [nutrition, sleep habits, etc. - things affecting your goals] as they do about instructing you with exercise. This extra attention to detail makes them professionals in our book.
At any time, you can click on the “Find A Trainer” link located either in the navigation bar at the top of any page or at the bottom of every page. This will allow you to view fitness professionals in your town/city/providence or all the way across the nation by simply entering a zip code. You should also find a select group of trainers at the top of the page for the area you’ve chosen. These individuals are the epitome of caring professionals, because they consistently exceed their client’s expectations and fitness goals.
The ten fitness professionals on this page exemplify the expression ‘fitness professional’. These individuals maintain at least a 90% positive client rating and have received all three badges for their personal BIO page.


That depends on the type of workout and the intensity. Within 3 hours if they are training for endurance, 48 hours if training for hypertrophy (getting bigger) or upwards of two weeks if they are training for strength. General rule of thumb is to leave 3 days between body parts for weights, and 24 hours for cardio.
If your workout intensity is good, 30-45 minutes is all you need. No point spending hours at the gym. The intensity of training will determine the rest periods required per set, and hence, play an important role in duration. Tabata training could get over within 30 min, where as an advance weight lifter may take 2 hours due to longer rest time. If you are a beginner, 30-45 minutes is sufficient for you.
Ask yourself, have you been true to your workout?  If that is in place, then look into your rest, recovery and nutrition. If they are in place too, then sometimes the central nervous system is fatigued and requires rest due to over training. Is it true that some people naturally lose weight faster than others?
 Yes, there are many factors but the main two are predisposition to stress, and metabolism. The first one is (in non-nerd speak) the way someone reacts to stress. People will either eat more (comfort eaters) or eat less. In this busy world, stress plays a major role in body composition, and whether a person is a comfort eater or food avoider when stressed will determine their predisposition. Metabolism (in my opinion) is secondary. If someone has a high metabolism (uses more energy to stay alive) then they will naturally lose weight faster than a person with a lower metabolism. Age and gender are the major contributing factors to metabolism; a younger person has a faster metabolism than an older, and a man would have a faster metabolism than a woman. In saying that, of every 100 people who lose weight quickly, 99 will put it back on. Consistency is far more important in a weight loss journey than speed.
The more you train a particular muscle, the lesser chance you give it to grow. Rest is the key to muscle growth. The best option would be to train that particular muscle heavy, 6 to 8 reps if you are an advanced gym goer, and then make sure you are eating to suit the level of intensity you are training at. Get your rest before you train that muscle a week later. One of the reasons to see slow progress could be because of an overlap of training. The Push/Pull routine is best suited to see results.
Feeling pain could be because of muscle soreness from a previous day’s workout. If you have been sedentary for the most part of your life, the muscle would pain because they are in a shock. Bear it and move on, if don’t skip gym days because of it.  If soreness is too much, it’s best you rest or train another muscle group. Take caution if the pain is due to some injury, visit a doctor and rest till you are suggested to.


Please consult a physician or other health care professional before beginning any diet or exercise program. Articles, blogs, recipes, videos, and any other information regarding health, fitness and nutrition is provided for educational purposes only, and not as medical advice. This information is not intended as a substitute for, nor does it replace professional advice, diagnosis, or treatment from a qualified health care professional. Results may vary, and testimonials are not claimed to represent typical results.

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