Do your clients ask you about protein timing? It’s a common nutritional practice for weightlifters, but does it really work? Get the facts before talking to clients about timing protein intake.
Many people want weight loss yesterday. As a result, they lose too much too fast. Taking this approach can create negative effects both short and long-term. Here are a few of those effects, along with some tips for a healthier weight loss journey.
If you or your client wants to lose weight, carb cycling can help. Here’s how it works. We also share a carb cycling calculator to determine how many carbs you should consume on low, medium, and high carb days.
Shin splints can sap the enjoyment from physical activities such as running and dancing. If you experience shin pain, you might be wondering how long it takes to go away. Here’s the answer, as well as a few ways to lessen the discomfort.
Becoming more present can provide value to many different areas of your life. But can it help you lose weight? Find out in our latest blog.
Shoulder injuries can cause a major setback in your client’s progress. Here’s how to prevent shoulder issues during a bench press, plus when to have clients get medical help for pain during this exercise.
You can learn a lot from a client’s overhead squat. Here’s what this movement will tell you. We also explain how to perform and interpret an overhead squat assessment.
Stretching is increasingly important with age. Having good flexibility is essential to the longevity of life. A regular stretching routine can help seniors maintain muscle strength, flexibility, and balance. Check out these basic stretches for seniors.
Do your clients rely on the same grip for all exercises? If so, it might be time for something new. Switching up the grip on gym equipment can enhance results. Check out these different grip variations that can be implemented into your next workout.
There is a common misconception that cardio is the best and only way to lose weight. But you can help clients reach their weight loss goals sooner with strength training sessions in addition to regular cardio.
Does your client bring their phone to every workout? It could be impacting their performance more than you realize. Check out these pros and cons before snapping that next gym selfie.
Gyms often pay trainers based on a commission structure. Here are a few of the most common commission structures. We also share factors that can affect commission, and questions to ask before agreeing to a specific structure.