Thanksgiving dinner is a great way to just enjoy food, but then you're left with a pile of tasty, high-calorie leftovers. We'll show you how to make those leftovers work for your healthy eating.
The IT band is too often overlooked until it suddenly causes pain. Help your clients prevent IT band injury with a few simple exercises. And check out the “how to” handout you can give your clients to keep them on the right track.
Have you tried offering small group training? Do you know what it is? Learn more about the benefits of training in small groups and how to get started.
Want to become a personal trainer? Black Friday is a perfect time to pursue this dream. Here are three reasons why, plus tips on how to find the best Black Friday deals for fitness courses and equipment.
Is lower leg pain plaguing your clients? Help them identify and correct shin splints with these corrective exercise tools.
One in three adults has metabolic syndrome. That makes knowing about this condition important as a personal trainer. Here’s what you need to know. We also share the connection between metabolic syndrome and exercise.
Pigeon pose offers many benefits. (Hint: one is that it releases tight hips). Learn the muscles this pose works and how to do it, plus variations for those with less flexibility, along with who shouldn’t do this pose.
No fitness device works for every client. Studies have shown that this holds true with activity trackers. Learn which clients can benefit the most from fitness tracking devices, and which ones may be better off without them.
If there’s one exercise that belongs in your strength workout, it’s the good morning exercise. Here are just a few reasons why, plus what proper form looks like and a few variations to try based on your fitness level.
Suspension training offers a unique training experience for users. It's an ideal option for any person. Try adding these TRX exercises to your next workout.
Feeling pain and stiffness in the upper back, neck, and shoulder blades? Sitting at a desk and staring at your phone isn't helping. Check out these corrective exercise tips to reduce tightness and headaches and improve your posture!
One of the biggest challenges personal trainers face is keeping clients motivated. Two of the most basic methods involve using intrinsic (internal) and extrinsic (external) rewards. Which works best in fitness? This article explains.