Brian Donovan Fitness

"I love my fitness coach. I am VERY particular about fitness coaches. I always pick one by watching them work with their clients. I assess the results of their clients and their own personal results. A fitness coach needs to look like a fitness coach. Brian is one of the best. He is not a chatter box. He is quietly effective and he means business. He focuses on your form, pushes you tirelessly, changes the workout constantly to confuse my body, and has helped me become more stable (I used to trip and fall all the time, weird, I know). My results have been the best testimonial.

I have LOST 30 POUNDS

and

6 INCHES AROUND THE WAIST

with Brian. My whole body has trimmed down. My whole goal was to have a more lean body, not buff or overly muscular. He tailors my workout for my needs.

It is funny, because I get asked about my 'personal trainer' every few days. He truly is the best. I can't say enough things about him. I hired Brian two and a half years ago. It's one of the best gifts I have given to myself. I go to him 3 times a week, which I recommend."

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before and after

Terry Ledford, 42

Small Business Owner, The White Attic

Exercise Video Of The Month – Dumbbell Pullover And Press

How To Do It: Grasp the dumbbell with both hands and position yourself on a flat bench with your head at the end of the bench. Keep your back flat, knees bent at 90 degrees, and feet firmly on the floor. Holding the dumbbell in both hands, straighten your arms so that dumbbell is directly overhead. This is the starting position. Bending at the shoulders only and keeping your arms straight, slowly lower the weight down behind your head until the dumbbell reaches the height of the bench. Slowly raise the dumbbell back to the starting position and bend your elbows. Press the dumbbell back up into the starting position. Repeat movement from the beginning for the desired amount of reps.