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Exercise Facts & Myths

From the Show: Train Your Body
Summary: If you're not sore, does it mean you didn't get a good workout?
Air Date: 7/14/15
Duration: 10
Host: Melanie Cole, MS
Guest Bio: Neal Pire & Grace Desimone
Neal Pier Neal Pire is a nationally noted expert on fitness and personal training. He is a Fellow of the American College of Sports Medicine and has served on the Executive Council of ACSM's credentialing arm, the Committee on Certification and Registry Boards.

Neal served as vice president of a leading national health management company and now serves as an Exercise Physiologist at HNH Fitness, a medical fitness center in Oradell, NJ. He is widely sought after as a consultant for athlete training programs, performance enhancement centers and fitness industry management.

As a 35-year veteran with deep understanding of the subject matter, he is often asked for background, commentary or analysis by media covering wellness, fitness, and personal training.


Grace DeSimone Grace DeSimone has been in the fitness industry for over 30 years and brings a variety of experiences in commercial, corporate and community settings.

She is the editor of ACSM's Resources for Group Exercise Instructors (LWW, 2011) and is an ACSM certified personal trainer and group exercise instructor. Grace is the National Director of Group Fitness for Plus One Health Management, an Optum Company.
Exercise Facts & Myths
Staying active may be a huge priority in your life.

Even if you've made routine trips to your gym and attended numerous fitness classes, you may start to wonder if you could be doing something more.

Fitness ruts are common, and they can make your fitness goals that much harder to reach.

You may also have questions about fitness classes versus a personal trainer, machines versus free weights versus your own body weight.

Listen in as Neal Pire and Grace Desimone join host Melanie Cole, MS, to shed light on the exercise questions you may have.