Safety / Injuries
As a personal trainer, you have a responsibility to provide clients with the best advice and guidance. You are also responsible for keeping them as safe as reasonably possible. This means having proper lifesaving training. Here’s everything you need to know about CPR training for personal trainers.
Running is a great way to stay in shape. But if you have shin splints, it can keep you from hitting the road or trails. Here’s how to prevent shin pain so you can enjoy running—and the benefits it offers—once again.
Easing tight calf muscles begins with finding the cause. Here are a few reasons behind calf tightness, as well as strategies for getting them to relax.
Safety / Injuries
Mobility and flexibility are essential to your client’s health, athletic performance, and quality of life. Do you know how they differ and how to help your clients improve them? Here’s what you need to know, plus a few ways to help your clients improve both.
The dumbbell row is great for building upper body strength. It’s also a good exercise to include in a full-body workout. Here’s everything you need to know about dumbbell rows as a personal trainer.
Do you think a client with a herniated disc has to stop working out? Think again. Here’s what you need to know as a personal trainer or corrective exercise specialist to help your client strengthen their back.
Sometimes a high hip—also known as a lateral pelvic tilt—requires a doctor’s visit to fix. But here are a few things to try in the gym that may also help.
If your clients are wanting to work towards bigger, stronger shoulders, the overhead press might just be the exercise you want to add to their routine. Check out this article to help you master the form.
Exercise post-concussion is important, but it needs to be done with caution. Follow these recommendations on how to program for recovery and how to work with your client’s medical team to help your client safely resume physical activity.
COVID lockdowns stopped many people from hitting the gym. As fitness centers are reopening, are you finding it difficult to motivate yourself? These 10 tips can help you get back into the exercise habit, taking you one step closer to your fitness goals.
There are plenty of ways to strengthen and stretch your lats at the gym. But what are your options when working out at home? Here are a few effective lat exercises to consider when you don’t have access to equipment.
Never heard of an Exercise Therapy Specialist? Well, let’s take a deeper look at who these people are, why they are so important, and how you can become one of them!
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