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March 8, 2010

Chino Hills Personal Trainer Interviews Dr. Unger Part 1

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March 8, 2010

mina @ 11:25 pm

very good information from Dr Unger, looking forward for his 2nd interview. he is right, we really need to watch what we eat and exercise is a must.

March 11, 2010

ultimatefit @ 11:24 am

he is talking about losing weight but he does not practice what he preaches.

ultimatefit @ 11:26 am

yes the info is good but he should do something about himself. Sam you haveto help him out he needs help.

Dr. Saman @ 12:38 pm

Dear ultimatefit,

When making a comment we must always analyze the other side. Let me give you some examples.

Years ago when I just started in the fitness industry I would have made the same comment. Being a little older and wiser these days here is my answer to your comment.

My dad is an ER doctor who literally works 16-18 hours a day SAVING PEOPLES LIVES. HE MIGHT EVEN SAVE SOMEONE’S LIFE THAT IS VERY DEAR TO YOU SOMEDAY.

Many doctors and nurses have very erratic schedules and work hours. Many of them are married and have other obligations that makes exercising not a priority.

Trust me a doctor might look at you and say “he is a trainer” but how come he can’t name all the muscles in the human body, their origin, insertion and nerve supply. Why is he not practicing what he preaches.

I do understand where you are coming from but one day you might end up in a doctors care. Do you want the fit doctor who was always in the gym and has a limited experience or do you want the doctor who is not so fit but has dedicated MOST of his life to saving lives.
I think we know the answer. In the perfect world it would be both and we know that doesn’t exist.

Finally, I ask you as a fitness professional to have a little more respect with other professionals that are helping people to live a healthier life.

Remember Phil Jackson doesn’t play basketball anymore. He sure can’t beat Kobe Bryant BUT he can still coach him to a championship.

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