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As a fitness professional, it’s your responsibility to help your clients understand healthy eating habits. It is equally important to help them avoid common mistakes when it comes to their nutrition. Dive in to uncover some of the top mistakes and how to address them.
Have you ever wondered what intensity brings to your clients’ workouts? Find out how you can safely achieve greater results by adding a little more intensity to your programming.
Once a client hits their goal weight, the next step is to maintain it. Yet, this step isn’t always easy as most people regain their lost weight (and more). Here are a few tips to make weight loss permanent and avoid weight regain.
It can be scary to teach your first yoga class. Following these steps will help you rock that session, making your yoga students want to come back for more (and bring their friends!).
Cycling has many great fitness benefits, but does it matter if you do it in a spin class or outside on the trails? Yes and no. Read on for the pros and cons of indoor and outdoor cycling before you plan your client’s next workout.
If you want a stronger core, planks are one way to help achieve this goal. Side planks can increase the strength of your midsection even more, especially when they involve these variations.
Do you track all your workouts? If not, you may want to consider tracking your strength workouts. It helps you to see and experience strength progress. Learn some of the best ways to track strength training progress with your clients.
Are you considering taking a vitamin D supplement? Review these seven things first!
Safety / Injuries
Never heard of an Exercise Therapy Specialist? Well, let’s take a deeper look at who these people are, why they are so important, and how you can become one of them!
The art of bodybuilding is more like a science. It takes a planned, systematic approach. Here’s what do consider for your bodybuilding diet, training, periodization, and more.
Safety / Injuries
Whether you cycle in a spinning class or on the pavement and trails, if you ride often, you risk developing some hip-related pains. We’ll point out some of the common sources of pain and injury and how to manage and prevent them.
The leg curl is great for building muscle in the hamstrings, calves, and glutes. Get this most from this lower body exercise with these variations.
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