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Quick Guide How To Make Personal Trainer Resume

To create a personal trainer resume you should know what you are going to write in the resume. Which topics do you cover, whether the interviewer like your resume format and he can easily absorb your highlighted  fitness topics.
The easy and simple format resume work best getting job in Dubai as a personal trainer, so keep in mind next time when you make your resume make it simple because no one likes complicated resumes which takes time understand.
Moreover always make your resume on your own because the biggest mistake made by many people they do not make there resume on there own and when the interviewer ask them any question related to fitness ,they are not able to answer properly.

Here are the steps to make personal trainer resume-personal trainer profile examples: First type your name and address and country and state and passport number and mobile number, and don't forget to mention your email id in your resume.
Personal trainer resume objective-Type your career objective on…

What is CPR and full form of CPR

What IS CPR ?

Most people have seen CPR  done on medical sitcoms, but actually understanding what it is, who needs to know it, and how to actually do it isn’t something you learn by watching your favorite weekly reality show.

Although CPR  dates back to the 16th century and has been shown to save lives when given immediately and correctly, many Americans still wonder what is cpr and how do you perform it properly when the time arises.

What is CPR  and full form of CPR, CPR training

CPR Full Form 

The full form of CPR  is Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation, cardio meaning heart, pulmonary meaning lungs, and resuscitation meaning revive. In layman’s terms, it’s used to revive an adult, child, or infant that has stopped breathing and/or whose heart isn’t beating. Such incidences can occur following emergencies like drowning, heart attack or stroke, severe allergic reactions, and electrocutions.

CPR According to the American Heart Association, everyone should know basic CPR. Emergency workers, such as police, fire, paramedics, doctors, and nurses are required to be certified in CPR. Even many businesses, especially those working with children or that have a lot of work environment hazards, are requiring employees to become trained in CPR. Today it isn’t uncommon for entities from schools and nurseries to offshore oil rigs and manufacturing companies to require employees have basic CPR training.

As the AHA points out, considering that 88% of sudden heart attacks occur at home and the many life-threatening accidents that can occur where immediate medical attention isn’t available, it’s important for everyone to know how to perform CPR.


What is cpr It’s not enough to just ask “what is CPR” and never learn how to perform it properly.

Before starting CPR, the rescuer should establish if the victim is conscious or not by asking if they are okay or gently shaking their shoulder. If no response, begin CPR for one minute in an adult/two minutes in a child if you are alone and/or do not have immediate access to a phone. If someone else is with you, then they should call 911 immediately.

One of the best ways a layman can remember “what is CPR” is by thinking of a CAB:

  • C – initiate chest compression
  • A – check the victim’s airway.
  • B – initiate rescue breathing.

However, the American Heart Association now recommends that both laymen rescuers and rusty certified rescuers skip steps A and B and continue chest compressions until paramedics arrive, unless the victim is an infant.

C – Chest Compression's

When the heart stops and ceases to pump blood throughout the body, chest compressions are used to restore at least some of that blood flow. It’s important to remember that CPR is different for adults, children, and infants:

What is CPR – Adult

In an adult, the responder will interlace his/her hands so that one hand is atop the other and then begin to perform 100 downward, rhythmic, and quick chest compressions near the center of the chest. Each compression should depress the chest at least two inches and allow the chest to fully rise between compressions.

What is CPR – Child

In a child one to eight-years-old, the responder will use the heel of just one hand to perform 100 downward, rhythmic, and quick chest compression's near the lower portion of the breastbone just above where the ribs meet. Each compression should depress the child’s chest about 2 inches.

What is CPR -  Infant

In an infant, the responder will use only two fingertips to perform 100 downward, rhythmic, and quick chest compression's per minute. Compression's should be performed on the breastbone just under the center of the nipple line and at a depth of 1 ½ inches. As with an adult and child, the infant’s back should be on a firm surface during CPR.

Tip: Compression can be tiring in an adult and older child. Be sure to keep your shoulders aligned with your hands and your elbows locked so that your body weight will assist you with the compression's.

Trained CPR responders will do the same as the above, but at 50 compression's a minute before moving on to the airway. Untrained and rusty CPR respondents will continue the compression's as described above and not move on to the airway unless the victim is an infant.

A – Airway

Immediately following compressions, the rescuer looks and listens to the victim’s airway to ensure nothing is visibly obstructing the airway and to check for breathing. The airway needs to be opened; the rescuer will gently tilt the head back with one hand and gently lift the chin forward with the other hand as he/she is looking, listening, and feeling for signs of breathing. If breathing isn’t normal or is absent, begin rescue breathing.

B – Breathing

Adult and Child

With the adult victim’s head still in the tilted position, begin by pinching the nose shut and giving one rescue breath that lasts about one second. Ideally, the rescuer will have a rescue mask to prevent direct contact. Watch to ensure the chest rises with the breath. If not, stop and re-tilt the head to open the airway. Otherwise, give a second breath and then resume another set of compression's.


In infant rescue breathing, the rescuer will cover both the baby’s nose and mouth with their mouth and deliver a gentle puff of air for one second. If the baby’s chest rises, the rescuer will give another puff of air. Otherwise, the baby’s head and chin should be re-positioned before giving the second breath.

The cycle of CPR should continue until the victim either arouses or rescue workers arrive.

The American Heart Association suggests that you ask your friends, family, and co-workers, “What is CPR ? ” If they don’t know, tell them what you’ve learned about it and how to investigate getting certified in CPR.

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