Safety / Injuries | Training Tips

Corrective Exercise for Low Back Pain

Do you have clients with low back pain? Check out this article to learn about corrective exercise options to help with low back pain.

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Safety / Injuries | Training Tips

How to Train for a Stronger Back

Craft a strong back by learning how to engage the muscles properly and then building from there. Check out some of our favorite exercises for three of the main back muscles, plus options to progress from beginner, intermediate, and advanced movements.

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Technology | Training Tips

3 Common Questions About Training with a Heart Rate Monitor

Heart rate monitors are a popular fitness trend and clients often have questions on how to use them during their workouts. Check out the blog to help them get started.

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Safety / Injuries | Training Tips

Understanding and Using the Overload Principle

Do you understand the overload principle well enough to plan the most effective programs for your clients? We’ve got you covered in this latest post about progressing safely and maximizing training gains.

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Training Tips

Using Plyometrics for Power Development

Do you use plyometrics with your clients? Whether you’re working with an athlete or a beginner, they can help clients improve function and lower injury risk with greater power.

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Training Tips

Top Reasons to Add Sprinting Workouts to Your Routine

Whether they run or not, all of your clients can benefit from sprinting workouts. This high-intensity workout improves cardiovascular health and fitness, helps maintain muscle mass, and burns a crazy amount of fat. Let us show you how to get all your clients sprinting.

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Training Tips

Hamstring Exercises — Building Symmetry in Your Legs

Have a hard time deciding which exercises to include in leg day? Check out this article to see why you shouldn’t neglect those hamstrings and what exercise you can incorporate for them!

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Training Tips | Performance

How to Exercise to Increase Energy and Beat Fatigue

Tiredness, fatigue, and lack of energy plague American adults. We don’t sleep enough, work too much, and are too sedentary. As a trainer, you have the ability to educate your clients and potential clients about how they can use exercise to increase energy and conquer fatigue.

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Safety / Injuries | Training Tips

How Exercise Affects Inflammation

Inflammation is the body’s response to a variety of triggers, but when do we need it and when it is harmful? Get the details here and learn more about its relationship with exercise.

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Training Tips

How to Benefit Clients with Mindfulness and Exercise

Mindfulness isn’t just a trend or a fad—it’s a practice that’s helped millions get out of their own way and succeed, whether it’s in fitness, in relationships, or life in general. Check out the basics and how you can leverage mindfulness and meditation to inspire positive change in your clients.

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Training Tips

Recumbent Bike Vs. Upright Bike: What’s the Difference?

Understanding how the two most common stationary bikes are different will help you provide your clients with the right guidance on which stationary bicycle is best for their fitness goals!

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Safety / Injuries | Training Tips

Assessing the Kinetic Chain

Learn more about kinetic chain assessment and how you can use it to help clients here! 

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