Bio

David Buer is an-Atlanta based personal trainer whose reputation for achieving results has made him a popular choice among celebrities, world class athletes and active business professionals. Along with writing a weekly health and fitness blog in the Huffington Post, David is a contributor to LL Cool J's forthcoming Platinum 360 Diet & Lifestyle and has been called upon as a fitness consultant for a New York Times Best Selling Book, various movie productions, television shows, corporations, professional sports teams,national magazine publications, members of law enforcement and military. David is certified by some of the fitness industries most prestigious organizations including the National Strength and Conditioning Association, American Council on Exercise, National Academy of Sports Medicine, International Sports Sciences Association and the American Red Cross. Currently David trains his clients out of his beautiful private personal training studio located in Atlanta.

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    “Growth requires you to challenge yourself & overcome obstacles that make you uncomfortable & force you to change. #OnlyYouCanStopYou”

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    David Buer answered:
    The first thing you should do is see your physician for a physical exam. You need to make sure your body is healthy enough and prepared to take on weightlifting as a regular part of your exercise routine. 
    Next, find a qualified fitness professional in your area. A certified professional can evaluate...Read More
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    Overcoming mental & physical challenges in & out of the gym is part of the self discovery process. Embrace & Maximize it! #MondayMotivation
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    You are stronger than the obstacles & challenges this day will bring. Stay Focused & Attack the Day! #OnlyYouCanStopYou #Motivation
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    “Need a kick start? Try blending black iced coffee w/vanilla whey protein, cinnamon & coconut oil 2make a energizing #PowerFrappuccino”

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    David Buer answered:
    A wearable activity tracker can help you develop better habits by heightening your awareness of various factors that influence your health. Some of these factors -- depending on the device -- include steps taken, calories burned, heart rate and sleep quality. Wearables as well as a wide range of...Read More
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    David Buer answered:
    They both can play a role in getting bigger muscle mass. It depends on the individual’s physical response to exercise and the workout and diet plan he or she is following. Generally, you build muscle mass by lifting heavier weights with lower repetitions. Read More
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    To grow & improve you MUST step out of your comfort zone. Nothing worth accomplishing comes easy. #OnlyYouCanStopYou #MondayMotivation
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    David Buer answered:
    It depends on what your fitness goals are and the amount of time you have to work out. Splitting up your routine can give each body part time to recover and build muscle. But if you can only work out once or twice a week, and you’re only working a couple of body parts each session, it doesn’t make sense,...Read More
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    “"If you don't like something change it; if you can't change it, change the way you think about it."”

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    David Buer answered:
    Our bodies are incredible machines that are made to adapt to almost any situation or stress we encounter. You get sore when new stress and increased intensity creates small tears and damage in muscle tissue. After muscles rest and rebuild, they are stronger and more fit.
    If you don’t change up your routine, your...Read More
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    You can accomplish anything that you are willing to work hard enough for... Nothing worth achieving comes easy. #MondayMotivation
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    “Like smoothies? Tips to help you pick the best one for you... #Diet #Nutrition #TransformYOU http://t.co/KQoxV5L3SF”

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    David Buer answered:
    This is a common question that I hear a lot. You can’t create a “celebrity body” outside the basic limits and truth of your genetics -- and without having a full-time personal chef, a trainer on retainer, and a private nutritionist on staff! But with a lot of hard work, dedication, persistence and...Read More
  • David Buer - ,  - Fitness
    David Buer answered:
    Our muscle shape is genetically predetermined. The number of muscles in your body and their number of muscle fibers can’t be changed. But you can increase the size of your muscle fibers, which changes your body’s shape and size overall.
    An exercise routine that includes resistance training will...Read More