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Safety / Injuries

Could Your Shoes Be Giving You Shin Splints?

Shin splints—one of the most common injuries in active people. Check out this article to learn more about what causes this and how you can pick shoes that may help. 

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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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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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Safety / Injuries

How to Design Corrective Exercise Programs for Better Squats

Do your clients have pain when squatting or are not able to squat with proper form? Check out this blog article to see the most common reasons why and how you can help fix it!

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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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Safety / Injuries

Should You Lock Your Joints When You Stretch?

To lock the joint or not to lock the joint, that is the question. You’ve probably heard that cue at some point or another, but how does it affect your joints? Let’s check in on the knee joint and what locking it can do over time.

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Safety / Injuries

Common Injury Question - Should I Use Ice or Heat?

To heat or to ice is the age-old question in sports injuries. Get the low down here on exactly when to use the ice pack and when to use the heat pack, as well as the situations in which one or the other may cause more harm than healing.

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Safety / Injuries | Senior Fitness

Corrective Exercise for Seniors

Older adults are living sedentary lives and suffering the consequences. But they don’t have to. Get up to speed on corrective exercise for seniors to help your older clients improve their daily lives.

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Safety / Injuries

Corrective Exercise Specialist vs. Physical Therapist

Have you wondered what the difference is between a corrective exercise specialist and a physical therapist? Head to the blog to learn about the major difference and why some clients may even need both!

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Safety / Injuries

Corrective Exercise for Functional Fitness

Do you have functional fitness clients who could use corrective exercise? Check out this article for ideas on how you can help them.

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Safety / Injuries

What Does a Career in Corrective Exercise Look Like?

Heard about corrective exercise but not sure if it will help your career? You’re going to want to rethink that. Get more details here!

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