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About David Reagan
David Reagan is a personal trainer working with executives and high-end clients in Atlanta, Georgia, helping them balance their busy schedules with workout and meal plans to achieve optimal results. He has graduated Atlanta Personal Trainer Program and is NASM Certified. David Reagan specializes in weight loss, personalized workout plans, bodybuilding, and nutrition, and believes that customer satisfaction always comes first.
David Reagan is always there to cater to all your fitness needs to help you achieve your wellness goals. He guides his clients every step of the way to make sure they are focused and motivated to move past the obstacles. He understands what challenges can arise along the way as he has gone through struggling times himself.
David Reagan knows that trying to achieve the perfect weight while battling personal issues and professional challenges can be overwhelming. The key to his success was regaining his confidence and a positive attitude. He had to pull himself from what he described as ‘probably the worst shape of his life’, which inspired him to want to help his clients do the same. Thanks to the personal experience, goal-oriented mindset, and professional certification, David Reagan ensures that his clients exceed their own expectations.
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Originally published on businessnewsledger.com Do you feel exhausted and sore after your workouts? If you’ve needed to go to a chiropractor often or ice your aching limbs, chances are you are overworking your body. Unfortunately, it’s easy to overestimate what your muscles can tolerate when you...
Originally published on theinscribermag.com Strength training, using weights or bodyweight, is a popular way to build muscle strength and size. But what if you prefer a different approach to staying in shape, such as yoga? You might think of yoga as being more for relaxation than building...
Originally published on lifestylemirror.com. A good weight lifting routine can help you lose weight and build muscles. If you want to develop power and strength, then you should be lifting. However, if you are new to it, you shouldn't just jump in and try to learn as you go along. Instead,...