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Episode 26 – Personal Training at Hope with Bill

Episode 26 – Personal Training at Hope with Bill

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Hope Mindful Compassion Show – Episode 26 – Personal Training at Hope with Bill

A conversation between Bill and Paul Garrigan

In this episode, Bill talks about the benefits of personal training at Hope. Those of us who fall into addiction can have an ‘all or nothing’ attitude towards exercise. This can mean we either start off overenthusiastically and burn ourselves out, or we struggle to get motivated enough to do even one sit-up. Personal training is helpful because it means we avoid the extremes so we can get the most out of an exercise regime.

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Bill, fitness coach at Hope Rehab

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