How to differentiate between a professional and noob in gym
A noob usually means a bad player in a game or someone who does not know the rules of a community yet. There are two variations on a noob. the first is a newbie, a general term for any new player. The other is the aforementioned noob, which is a player that refuses to learn how to play and is a general detriment to their team. On the other hand, means a particularly skilled player.
Newbie is a slang term for a new person in a community, group, or video game, and especially on the internet. Newb is short for newbie and another slang term that comes from the word new.
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As part of our Strength 101 series, this guide will dive deep into everything you need to know about working out properly in a gym.
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Noob is usually used for the new players because they don't know the game much and make silly mistakes and can't perform moves like players who are playing the game for a long time. Pro is a short form of Professional. A professional player is full-time competitive which gets paid by there sponsors or companies etc.
They may work in a gym or go to their clients' homes. A group fitness instructor organizes group workout sessions, which includes aerobic exercise, weight training, and stretching.
Every personal trainer should aspire to become a fitness coach. It’s better for your clients, better for your career, and better for our profession. But how do you get from here to there?
Let’s start with some definitions.
1. Typically starts with just one tool in the bag -
If you’re a powerlifter, you have all your clients work with a barbell. If you’re a CrossFitter, all your clients are going to do box jumps and kettlebell swings. If you’re a bodybuilder, your clients will get lots of muscle-isolation work with dumbbells and machines.
2. Understands enough about the human body to get a result -
That is, you know how to impose a level of stress that helps a client lose fat, increase strength, or improve in something that matters to the client.
3. Talks Too Much -
The session becomes a giant word salad, confusing, and distracting the client and diminishing the value of your own cues.
You count every rep aloud, verbally correct every part of every exercise, and throw science around like a tennis ball. Most of all you encourage. Because everything is awesome, words like good or even great lose their value.
A fitness coach, more than anything else, understands the difference between what a client wants and what that client needs. She identifies the underlying issues that prevent a client from achieving her stated goals and knows how to solve those problems.
The most effective coaches do that in three important ways. Some clients needed that extra shot of inspiration to get their juices flowing. Some wanted to know what was going on beneath the hood, and why we were doing something one way instead of another way.
A coach willingly goes outside his comfort zone to shore up his weaknesses. He understands it can be a lengthy process. But that’s okay. He’s in the fitness industry for the long term, and is willing to accept bigger challenges now, with the goal of helping more people down the road.
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