Laila Ajani

Laila Ajani is a Fitness Trainer and founder of Push Personal Fitness, a personal training organization based in the San Francisco Bay Area. Laila has expertise in competitive athletics (gymnastics, powerlifting, and tennis), personal training, distance running, and Olympic lifting. Laila is certified by the National Strength & Conditioning Association (NSCA), USA Powerlifting (USAPL), and she is a Corrective Exercise Specialist (CES).

Things to Think About When You Hire a Fitness Professional

1. Experience One big misconception people have about the fitness industry is that if you have made yourself fit or strong that you can make someone else fit or strong too. In reality, it actually takes experience and practice working with other people to become better at helping other people move correctly in challenging circumstances …

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The Truth About Belly Fat

The one place everyone wants to lose weight first, is around the abdomen. Belly fat (medically known as visceral fat) is particularly dangerous because it suffocates organs. It is also closely linked with colorectal cancer, diabetes, high LDL (bad) cholesterol and low HDL (good) cholesterol. Aside from the life-threatening health risks, the worst thing about …

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Workout Like the Pros

What is it that football players and other athletes do to get in shape so they’re primed and ready to go on game day? They weight train. This should not be a surprise to most. They perform progressive exercise programs composed of specific lifts to develop power, strength, agility, balance, and flexibility. Having been an …

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Let’s EAT!

Every aspect of what we consume is of the utmost importance because food fuels every moment of our lives. The frequency, quality, type, source, and quantity of that fuel all weigh in on our day-to-day health. They also have a huge impact on how our bodies use or store food and therefore our tendencies to …

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