Ask a Personal Trainer Your Workout Questions


Not sure how to use the assisted pull-up machine? Doing bicep curls daily but still see no biceps in sight? Don’t know if your running form is correct? You don’t have to question your workout anymore. In conjunction with our 60-Day Challenge, Youfit will be hosting an @AskYouCoach Tweet Up to answer all your fitness-related questions. You don’t have to be involved in the 60- Day Challenge to join in, so no matter who you are, get all your toughest questions ready for Twitter.

Through the end of April, tweet us any question you may have about training, weight loss or wellness. One of our two selected personal trainers will answer your question and post their response within at least 48 hours.

Participate in the Tweet Up in just two easy steps:

  1. Login to Twitter or create a Twitter account if you don’t have one already.
  2. Tweet your question to @Youfit and be sure to include #AskYouCoach.



If you tag @Youfit and include #AskYouCoach, we will receive your question. So go ahead and tweet away. And remember, there’s no such thing as a stupid question.

Meet Our YouCoaches

Get to know our two selected YouCoaches, Andrew and Danielle, a little better. Both have made training a lifestyle and are excited to guide you through your journey!


personal trainer_andrew

Why did you become a personal trainer?
“I became a trainer because I love helping people change their lives.”

Share your best fitness tip with the world:
“Small changes over time become big changes. Don’t try to change everything at once. Start small.”

What is your favorite motivational quote?
“Adapt and overcome (Chris Ruden, North Pompano You Coach director) simply because he has shown that no matter the circumstances there is a way to get to your goal.”

If you could be any superhero, who would you be and why?
“The Hulk, because I like picking up heavy things!”



personal trainer_danielle-brooks

Why did you become a personal trainer?
“Because I have always had a love for fitness and competitive sports, I had a strong desire to influence people and decided to make my passion a rewarding career.”

Share your best fitness tip with the world.
“Slow it down or take it easy but NEVER quit.”

What is your favorite motivational quote?
“Can’t stop. Won’t stop.”

If you could be any superhero, who would you be and why?
“Wonder Woman, because she has a lasso of truth, and I hate it when people lie to me.”

  • Rahul Chawla

    Hi.. I am a 31 year old male 5’7″ 75kgs .. I am adviced by my doctor not to lift weights more than 5 kg dumbells.. How do i create PROGRESSIVE OVERLOAD with such a limitation… How can i keep adding lean mass with lifting the same amount of weights.. Thank you