Medicine ball can be a fantastic addition to your workouts. Haven’t worked with a medicine ball or aren’t sure it’s right for your clients? No worries! Here’s what you need to know about the classic medicine ball slam and why it never goes out of style.
It’s easy to be motivated when first making a lifestyle change. All too often, that motivation lags, leaving clients with goals that are never reached. Here’s how to help them make lifestyle changes that they’re able to keep long-term.
Tight hamstrings reduce flexibility. But they can also cause pain in the back, knee, and foot. Learn how hamstring tightness contributes to lower-body pain, as well as a few exercises that will help them to release.
Identifying your target market can lead to a more successful marketing campaign. Here are three ways to find your target audience as a personal trainer. Plus, 7 tips for crafting an effective target marketing strategy.
Looking to incorporate more power exercises into your client’s workout routines? Check out this article for tips and exercises for improving power.
Try this 30-minute kettlebell workout for strength, power, and cardio. It’s a full-body workout you can do at the gym, at home, or even on vacation. That’s the beauty of kettlebells—you can take them just about anywhere!
Why is strength training so important for the elderly population? How can you, as a fitness pro, help them? If seniors are a part of your clientele, now or will be in the future, this article is for you!
There are many different training methods you can use with clients, but for the most efficient and effective, you need to get on board with the upper/lower split. Find out what the research says and how to schedule the best strength sessions for your clients.
Do you know how to adapt training programs for clients with hypertension? High blood pressure can be dangerous. While exercise is a great way to manage it, there are risks too. Learn more about hypertension, how exercise helps, and how to train these clients safely.
Most people understand the connection between poor nutrition and weight. Unhealthy eating can also increase your risk of disease. What’s the relationship between diet and poor health? And more importantly, how can you help clients improve their health?
Are your clients chasing the “V” shape? We have your back! Pun intended! But strong lats do more than just provide an aesthetic appeal. Here’s what you need to know to build a better workout focused on strengthening your lats.
It’s well known that a healthy diet and exercise can help you live longer. Did you know that poor grip strength has also been linked to increased mortality? Here are a few exercises that can help improve your grip, and maybe even lengthen your life.
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