Personal Fitness Training Goes Online for 2008

Saturday, December 29, 2007 General News
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KAYSVILLE, Utah, Dec. 28 A Utah company wants to "pump youup" with their new, online personal trainer, Virtual Trainer Pro. MediaRif'sonline software takes the complexity out of strength training and makes thewhole process idiot-proof.

Strength training is on the rise, and not just for men. The CDC (Centerfor Disease Control and Prevention) reports that 21.9% of women use strengthtraining as a part of their fitness routines. This leaves men behind at aconstant 17.5%. With such benefits as stronger bones to fight againstosteoporosis, reductions in obesity, diabetes, arthritis, and depression, itis no wonder that women and men are going to the gym to pump iron.

The CDC also touts strength training as one of the main weapons that olderpeople can use to stay healthy and active. In only a few short months, evenseniors can build lean muscle mass, which improves strength, balance, and bonestrength.'s new online software, Virtual Trainer Pro offers customworkouts that can be printed and taken to the gym. As Virtual Trainer Pro getsto know your body, it becomes increasingly effective at tailoring a strengthtraining program to your physique.

"You can fire your personal trainer and become your own personal trainer,"said Craig Nybo, President of "With Virtual Trainer Pro, youwill never look like an idiot at the gym." Along with custom workouts, VirtualTrainer Pro offers a multitude of education videos that can be watched online.These videos teach proper exercise techniques and high-intensity trainingphilosophy.

"High-intensity strength training is superior," said Shane Provstgaard,M.S., C.R.T., co-creator of Virtual Trainer Pro. "High-intensity means you getexplosive results in a fraction of the time. There is no reason to waste hoursin the gym. With Virtual Trainer Pro, you are in and out; and, by the way, youget leaner and stronger more quickly."

"I use Virtual Trainer Pro every workout," said Nybo. "I am in the bestshape of my life at 37. I can't imagine going without it."

Virtual Trainer Pro creators also boast of its built-in motivationaltools. Customers are able to upload digital photos of themselves along withbody measurements to create before and after reports from anywhere in time. Apicture is worth a thousand words is their philosophy. If you can see results,why would you stop exercising?

Considering the many benefits of strength training, Virtual Trainer Promight be worth a look. More information can be found at is a Utah company that creates fitness products. In early2006, authors Shane Provstgaard and Craig Nybo wrote "Total Human: TheComplete Strength Training System," the book from which Virtual Trainer Prodraws its logic and methods.

Shane is a certified personal trainer and holds both bachelor's andmaster's degrees in exercise science. He works as a high-profile personaltrainer in Salt Lake City.

This release was issued through eReleases(TM). For more information,visit Coordinator: Craig Nybo Tel: 801-544-8989 Email:

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