Personal Trainer Davie Florida
Davie Personal Trainer Joe Kozma
Start working towards your personal fitness goals now and in 8 weeks you can have a new body, thanks to rapid weight loss results from Joe’s comprehensive personal training program that includes nutrition.
Joe Kozma is a certified personal trainer with a background in competitive sports and bodybuilding, and a passion for helping you find permanent weight loss and fitness results. Joe is based in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, but is able to provide in-home training to residents of North Dade, Palm Beach, and Broward counties. Additionally, we offer online personal training to those who do not live in the Fort Lauderdale area.
Joe specializes in body reshaping, losing fat and gaining muscle, and athletic training. Joe can also provide customized plans to meet the needs of those over 40 who may be having health challenges due to their current body composition and fitness level.
Why wait to make a change and be happy with your health? By making changes now, and being supervised by a certified personal trainer, you can look and feel confident at the beach and learn how to maintain your new great body for years to come. Learn how to make simple lasting changes in your lifestyle that provide anti-aging benefits.
If you’re interested in experiencing real change and lasting success with flexibility, weight loss, and body composition, contact us today.
Joe’s personal training gym is located in Lighthouse Point Beach. Home and outdoor training is available in Davie, Weston and nearby areas.
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Exercise Ball Exercises
Strengthen Your Core with the Top 10 Exercise Ball Techniques
Abs are the most sought after muscle group in the entire body. Most people dream of taking off their shirts to reveal tightened, toned abs everyone can be jealous of. Though there is a problem most people don’t realize when trying to reach this goal. The fact of the matter is, in order to get nice abs you need to strengthen your core first. The most efficient way to do this is to add core strengthening exercises into your routine. The 10 exercise ball techniques below are the most effective methods to a stronger core. Before starting any exercise, make sure to properly warm up and choose the ball right for you. Balls are available based on weight and height. You will also need to acquire dumbbells you can handle.
Exercise #1: Lying Ball Squeeze
This exercise targets your back, glutes, and inner thighs. To perform this exercise, you start by lying on your back and holding the ball in between your legs. While you’re lifting your buttocks off of the ground, make sure to squeeze the ball as tight as you can. Repeat this process for the set amount you need to do.
Exercise #2: Jacknife
A ball jackknife will effectively target your hips and abdominal muscles. Start by getting into push-up position, but with your ankles up onto the ball. Then simply roll the ball toward your arms by bending your knees and waist. Repeat as many times as you need to.
Exercise #3: Shoulder Flies
For a great shoulder exercise start by lying at an angle with your stomach flat on the ball while holding a dumbbell in each hand. Raise the dumbbells out to your sides until your arms are completely extended. Make sure to get back into starting position slowly and then repeat.
Exercise #4: Sit-Ups
Performing a ball sit-up is exactly the same as doing a normal one, except you will be laying across a ball instead of the floor. Make sure to keep your back straight and lift with your abs. Most people perform the exercise wrong and lift with their necks, if you start to feel strain in your neck be sure to check your position.
Exercise #5: Push-Ups
Ball push-ups target multiple muscle groups, such as the chest, triceps, and core. Start by placing your upper thighs onto the ball. The rest is performed similar to a normal push-up except at an incline. Make sure your arms are all the way at a 90 degree angle before pushing back up or else you won’t get the full effects of the exercise.
Exercise #6: Table Top
A ball table top is one of the simpler exercises you can do. To do a ball table top, lean over the ball with your knees on the floor and forearms on resting on the ball. Roll the exercise ball straight forward until you are extended to full body length.
Exercise #7: Leg Curl
Begin this exercise by lying down with your back facing the floor. Your thighs should be resting on the ball. Crush the ball between your thighs and buttocks and hold, then repeat.
Exercise #8: Squats
Start a ball squat by standing up straight, but rest one foot onto the ball. This will put all of the pressure onto one leg. Squat to a 90 degree angle and slowly rise back up. Perform your set with one foot and then alternate to the next.
Exercise #9: Arm-Leg Extension
This exercise targets every major muscle group of the lower body. Start this exercise by getting on all fours with the ball right under your body. Next lift one leg while at the same time lift the opposite arm. Extend them to as far as you can stretch and return to starting position.
Exercise #10: Triceps Extension
To work your triceps, extend your legs out and place your forearms onto the ball. You will roll the ball toward hands in order for you to push up against it extending your arms as well. Slowly return lower yourself back down and repeat for your set amount of reps and sets.
Several times in this article, it has been mentioned that you need to have your own sets and reps. Everyone cannot follow the same routine simply because each person is made differently. It is recommended that you meet with a personal trainer in order to find the optimal amount of reps and sets you should do for each exercise. For a core-strengthening exercise made especially for you, call or send me an email so we can get started transforming your body today.
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A: Joe’s program provides the most rapid and efficient results through superior training techniques, motivation and nutritional management.
1: Most trainers train their clients the same way that they train themselves without any thought given to the uniqueness of their client’s body. Their thinking is “if it works for me, it”ll work for you.”
This is not a “cookie-cutter” program. Each client receives a completely custom-designed workout and nutritional program.
2: Most trainers have their clients perform the same workout every time, over and over again, for months or even years. My clients enjoy an ever-evolving workout that changes as their bodies and needs change.
We believe in adapting and customizing each workout program to the needs,desires and abilities of each individual client.
We are very concerned to teach excellent exercise form and posture; this creates a balanced,athletic,and attractive physique. An additional benefit of this approach is that it prevents injury.
Flexibility training is also part of the program it reduces risk of injury, increases positive circulation, optimizes nerve function, and improves the client’s sense of well being.
Our clients improve quickly and safely.
Check out the before and after photos section and see what you think – if we can do it for them, i can do it for you!
– Davie Personal Trainer Joe Kozma
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