"Is Your Greensboro NC Personal Trainer Delivering The Results You Deserve?"

Many people workout with a Greensboro personal trainer for months with minimal or no results. Don’t let yourself be one of them!

 


   From: Henderson Gordon
   
   Greensboro, NC

 

Dear Greensboro Neighbor,

It's almost certain that you or someone you know has tried to get into shape through a gym, fitness center, or personal trainer in Greensboro, and worked their tails off without seeing any significant improvement. You've worked long and hard for nothing. What most people don't realize is the problem is not that they just aren't able to lose weight or tone up, but that they're applying failed technologies, using poor form when working out, or not complimenting their training sessions with the synergystic combination foundational nutrition and moderate cardiovascular work.

At Greensboro's most sought after personal training program, Custom Fit Personalized Training, we believe that people workout to see results, not just for the heck of it. Our goal as personal trainers is to help you get into jaw-dropping shape through:

  • Empowering Workouts - Uninspiring workouts only produce uninspired people, and that's not what you're looking for. If you really value your body, health, and how you look, you want to do effective, result producing exercises targeted towards the areas that you want improved. Custom Fit personal trainers also watch to ensure that you're using correct form when exercising for maximum results and safety. Whether you want to lose fat around your stomach, firm up your thighs and butt, or simply tone and sculpt muscle, our Greensboro personal trainers design a workout to fit your goals to get you into the best shape of your life.

  • Foundational Nutrition - We're not talking strange diets here or giving up all the foods you love, but simply eating more lean protein, fresh fruits and vegetables, complex carbohydrates, and cutting back on all the processed sugary foods that are the source of many health problems. Our programs include a suggested nutritional plan and food preparation tips that shows you how to find and create meals that are tasty and good for you at the same time. You can workout all you want, but if you're filling your body with junk food you're not doing yourself any favors.

  • Pushing You - Our Wilmington personal trainers will push you to make sure you're putting everything you've got into your workouts so they are as effective as possible. Also, your personal trainer will hold you responsible for showing up to workouts and keep you accountable for your actions, empowering you to make the necessary lifestlye changes to get GUARANTEED RESULTS FOR EVERY CLIENT EVERY TIME!

If you're really looking for incredible results and are ready to commit to making positive changes in your life then our Greensboro, NC personal fitness training program could be just what you're looking for. I do have to let you know that our personal trainers can't train anybody that walks in, we do have criteria, the first of which is personal motivation to achieve the body you want.

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About Greensboro

Greensboro is the third-largest city, by population, in North Carolina and the largest city inGuilford County and the surrounding Piedmont Triad metropolitan region. As of the 2000 census, Greensboro was home to 223,891 residents. As of July 1, 2009, its estimated population was 257,997.

The city was named for Major General Nathanael Greene, commander of the American forces at the Battle of Guilford Court House on March 15, 1781.[4] Although the Americans lost the battle, Greene's forces inflicted such heavy casualties on the British Army of Lord Cornwallis that Cornwallis chose to pull his battered army out of North Carolina and into Virginia. This decision allowed a combined force of American and French troops to trap Cornwallis at Yorktown, Virginia, where the British were forced to surrender on October 19, 1781, after a 20-day siege, thus ending the American Revolution. As such, Greene's successful efforts at weakening the British Army played a key role in securing America's victory over the British.[5]

Greensboro was established near the geographic center of Guilford County, on land that was "an unbroken forest with thick undergrowth of huckleberry bushes, that bore a finely flavored fruit."[6] Property for the future village was purchased for $98, and three north-south streets (Greene, Elm, Davie) were laid out intersecting with three east-west streets (Gaston, Market, Sycamore).[7] The courthouse stood at the center of the intersection of Elm and Market streets. By 1821, the town was home to 369 residents.

In the early 1840s, Greensboro was selected by the state government at the request of then Governor Morehead (whose estate, Blandwood, is located in Greensboro) for inclusion on a new railroad line. The city grew substantially in size and soon became known as the "Gate City" due to its role as a transportation hub for the state.[8] The railroads transported goods to and from textile mills, which grew up with their own mill villages around the city. Many of these businesses remained in the city until the 21st century, when most of them went bankrupt, reorganized, and/or merged with other companies. Greensboro remains as a major textile headquarters city with the main offices of International Textile Group (Cone, Burlington Industries), Galey & Lord, Unifi, and VF Corporation (Wrangler, Lee, North Face, Nautica). The importance of rail traffic continues for the city, as Greensboro serves as a major regional freight hub, and four Amtrak passenger trains stop in Greensboro daily on the main Norfolk Southern line between Washington and New Orleans by way of Atlanta.

 



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