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Personal Trainers Melbourne FL

Personal trainers provide clients with fitness assessments, physical fitness improvement, nutritional guidelines and more. See below to find local personal trainers in Melbourne that give access to fitness plans that involve aerobic exercise, flexibility training, and resistance exercise, as well as advice and content on strength training and marathon preparation.

Commercial Health Exercise Equipment
(321) 253-4644
1270 N Wickham Rd
Melbourne, FL
Anytime Fitness Melbourne, FL
(321) 722-3747
1439 South Babcock Street
Melbourne, FL
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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Clint Dean
(321) 536-7114
Melbourne, FL

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Maximum Health & Fitness
(321) 956-3009
4850 Stack Blvd
Melbourne, FL
Body Dynamics Of Brevard
(321) 255-9966
1425 Highland Ave
Melbourne, FL
Pro-Health & Fitness Center
(321) 434-7149
611 E Sheridan Rd
Melbourne, FL
Lady Of America
(321) 242-5940
2447 N Wickham Rd # C
Melbourne, FL
Club Performax
(321) 757-6800
1208 Sarno Rd
Melbourne, FL
Justin Kerr
(305) 610-0968
Melbourne, FL

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Planet Fitness
(321) 242-7900
850 N Apollo Blvd
Melbourne, FL
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Finding a Coach


Good coaching combines an understanding of the science of exercise physiology with the art of getting the most out of the athlete. A great coach will:

1) Understand basic human physiology and the scientific methods used to confirm or discard hypotheses to how the human body responds to the challenges of training and competing.

2) Understand the mind-body connection including the psychology of the maximizing athletic performance, how the "placebo" effect can be used to maximum advantage, visualization techniques, and believing in ones own best abilities.

3) Understand the athlete he/she is working with and methodically applying the an individualized program which combines the right balance of #1 and #2.

We, as individuals, can study and understand exercise physiology as well as the aspects of sports psychology that play a role in all athletic pursuits. We can even apply a methodical training program based on programs we've heard or read about. BUT we cannot easily identify our own weaknesses and put our personal physical and psychological needs in perspective - we need an independent opinion that is objectively (and sometimes brutally) honest as to those aspects of our performance that are lacking.

A recreational athlete can use the information on this web site to improve their performance and enjoy the benefits of cycling. However, to reach our maximum potential in competitive events, we will need an objective and honest coach, whether it is a riding compatriot or a paid professional.

Understanding the above requirements to be a great coach will help you to ask the right questions in your search. This means checking on their credentials in understanding exercise physiology (you want a coach that bases his or her program on objective information, not just the fad of the day), understanding their approach to the problems of the athlete's psyche, and asking for references from past pupils as to the coach's ability to understand individ...

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