ZoomLance.com – Scottsdale Personal Trainer for Baby Boomers

“Do I really need to work out?”
This may seem like a silly question, but a lot of people do ask it. As the old joke goes, “I don’t like lifting weights…they’re just too darn heavy!”

Conversely, the old adage is true as well, “Use it or lose it.”

And that’s what Doctor Fitness helps you do — by designing an exercise regimen that will help you burn fat and build muscle.

“Why is working out with Doctor Fitness different than joining a gym, going to cross-fit, etc?”
Many people feel completely overwhelmed walking into a gym staring at rows of equipment and racks of weights.

That’s why 90% of the time, most people job on the treadmill for 30 mins, do a few biceps curls in the mirror, and then hit the showers.

And those who join Crossfit (or some other kind of “community workout”) often find themselves getting lost in the herd, especially when they are starting an exercise routine for the first time.

So I can’t blame anyone for feeling overwhelmed and lost…

That’s why I’ll not only put together a custom exercise plan that matches your goals, I’ll also teach you how to perform each exercise safely and effectively.

“How long does each work out session last?”
Each session is a full, total body workout in only 30 minutes.

How is that possible?  Because I take you from exercise to exercise to exercise, one right after the other. You heart rate will get going, as you’re pumping iron.

“Is it truly a private session?”
Yes, each session is one on one.

The primary reason for this is for safety — Doctor Fitness wants to ensure that you are doing each exercise correctly on every rep so that you are never at risk for injury, or pushing yourself further than your body can go in that moment.

The second reason is to motivate you, and hold you accountable. You’ll work harder when I’m standing right there encouraging you, counting the reps as you go. This has a synergistic effect over the long haul.

“Where do you train clients?”
Most of our clients train at our private gym in Scottsdale, AZ near Via de Ventura & The 101. We have the best machines and equipment.

“Does your ever do in-home training?”
Yes, a number of our clients cannot make it to our private gym, either because of their schedule, or because of their frailty. Please contact us for pricing and availability for this option.

“Do you really specialize in training Baby Boomers?”
Being a Baby Boomer myself, I understand how the aging body works and feels.

I’m 60 years old, and my goal is to feel the same as I do now when I’m 70.

I believe with the right diet and exercise routine, just about anyone can accomplish the same.

“Do you train other age groups as well?”
Absolutely. Though as mentioned before, Baby Boomers are the specialty.

“What if I’ve never worked out before?”
No problem.

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Baby Teeth- A Parent’s Brief Guide | Dentist Fairfield CA | Mark J. Warner DDS Inc. General Dentistry

Whether this is your first child or your third, it is always nice to know information on your baby. Here are a few facts that are good to know:

1. When your baby is teething , massaging gums, giving them something cold, or even some acetaminophen on occasion can soothe that teething pain. Many times babies don’t have too much discomfort, but sometimes you can really tell your child is in pain. One sign is that they are drooling more than usual. Massaging can offer relief to swollen gums, teething rings that are frozen can also give that relief. If the pain is bad enough, consider consulting with a pediatrician about give the correct dose of acetaminophen to your baby.
2. Most baby teeth start to come in anytime between six and twelve months. All babies are different. Around three months infants become more and more curious about things. Have you noticed they put everything in their mouths?! This makes some parents think their children are teething, but typically the first teeth come in around 6 month. The most common to first appear are the lower front, or the lower central incisors.
3. Once those teeth start coming through, around 6 months, fluoride should be in the child’s diet. This mineral helps prevent tooth decay. Usually it is in tap water, but not all cities have in their water supply, so double check. You can use that tap water in those solid foods like oatmeal, rice, etc.
4. Make an appointment! When that first tooth comes in, it can be an exciting time! Make sure you set an appointment with a pediatric dentist or your dentist so they can give you more detailed advice. This also establishes a pattern for your child, and they may be more likely to not fear going to the dentist if they know it’s normal!

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