Personal Trainers for Women Juneau AK

Local resource for personal trainers for women in Juneau, AK. Includes detailed information on local businesses that provide access to personal yoga trainers, personal Pilate trainers, fitness trainers, one-to-one personal training, interval workouts, and customized weight training, as well as advice and content on group training.

JRC The Alaska Club
(907) 789-2181
2841 Riverside Dr
Juneau, AK
 
Pavitt Health & Fitness
(907) 789-5556
10004 Glacier Hwy
Juneau, AK
Industry
Personal Trainer

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Chez Sante
(907) 789-8086
2841 Riverside Dr
Juneau, AK
Industry
Massage Practitioner, Personal Trainer, Physical Therapist

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Rock Dump Climbing Gym
(907) 586-4982
1310 Eastaugh Way
Juneau, AK
 
Pharmanex Independent Distributor
(907) 780-6800
PO Box 32378
Juneau, AK
 
Jrc The Alaska Club
(907) 586-5773
641 W Willoughby Ave Ste 210
Juneau, AK
Industry
Personal Trainer

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Pavitt Chiropractic Fitness
(907) 789-7877
8800 Glacier Hwy
Juneau, AK
 
The Alaska Club
(907) 586-5773
641 W Willoughby Ave
Juneau, AK
 
Pavitt Health & Fitness
(907) 789-5556
10004 Glacier Hwy
Juneau, AK
 
Anytime Fitness Spokane Valley, WA-Millwood
(509) 315-5023
8901 E Trent Ave, Suite 107
Spokane, AK
Programs & Services
24-hr Operations, Cardio Equipment, Circuit Training, Elliptical Trainers, Free Weights, Parking, Personal Training, Spinning, Stair Climber, Stationary Bikes, Treadmill, Weight Machines

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Proper Strength Training Approaches For Women

Written by Mariya Mova   

Woman lifting weightsTraining girls and female athletes is not the same as training males. Most coaches use the same approaches, training techniques and periodization for both male and female athletes.

While the goals and objectives might be similar for both sexes, such as peak performance, better results, winning the game or the competition etc.; there are some differences and specific issues that we have to consider when training female athletes.

Strength and conditioning training for females is a considerably new trend and still not yet fully researched and applied, in most sports. The reasons for the low priority being given to strength and conditioning training for females are firstly the historical influence that women should not acquire strength, as this was the preserve of men. Secondly the lack of sufficient knowledge of the female physique and its capacities and the lack of female coaches to explore these limits have also been serious handicaps.

Historical Effects on Strength and Conditioning Techniques for Womennita marquez

Although sport in the twenty-first century seems to be free of most discriminatory issues of the past, it is important for coaches to know more about the history of the female involvement in sport, the history of competitive performances by females, the role and social position of women in society and finally the physiological, mental and emotional differences, as compared to men.

From a historical perspective, women and men used to share separate spheres in sport and sporting events. Woman participation in sport started much later and has been questioned and undiscovered until the 1960s -70s. In this time, many more women found opportunities to participate in sport and got involved in various spheres. Incrementally, women's involvement in sports progressed from high-class social sporting events to more general involvement, under the supervision of educational institutions.

The revolution in female sport history was influenced mainly by women such as physical educators, single athletes and first female coaches. With women overcoming the challenges to their participation and involvement in sports, the woman's place in society changed and was recognized. Sport as to be an important part of everyone's life, with a focus on the joy of participation (Cohen, 2001). Women's world records in nearly all sporting events are proof that elite female athletes give excellent physical performances (Cohen, 2001). This is a complete rebuttal of arguments made in previous times, when the capacity of women to compete in sporting activities was held in serious doubt.

Debunking Women Strength and Conditioning Myths

Despite the recent sporting successes by women, common myths about their abilities, appearances and role in society are still being entertained. One of these myths is the belief that women involved in streng th and conditioning sports will dev...

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