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Training in the Heat: Why You Should and How to Do It Safely

Training Tips

Training in the Heat: Why You Should and How to Do It Safely

One way to boost your client’s performance is training in the heat. What are the benefits of working out in a hot environment and how do you do this safely? This article provides the answer to both.

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Music Licensing for Group Fitness Classes: Are You Covered?

Business | Training Tips

Music Licensing for Group Fitness Classes: Are You Covered?

Group fitness classes are known for playing the best songs ever recorded. The question is: is your current playlist okay to use or are you breaking copyright laws? This article explains the laws surrounding music use, and how to make sure you’re within them.

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Build a Better Backside: Strengthening Your Posterior Chain

Strength Training | Training Tips

Build a Better Backside: Strengthening Your Posterior Chain

Posterior chain development is important for every client. Having a strong posterior chain promotes better performance, weight loss, muscle gain, injury prevention, and strength gains. Let’s dive into the importance of posterior chain training.

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Using Speed and Agility to Boost Your Fitness Business

Business | Training Tips

Using Speed and Agility to Boost Your Fitness Business

Specializing in speed and agility is a great way to add a new skill to your personal training repertoire. This training is great for athletes as well as your ordinary clients. Help clients get fitter, improve athletic performance, and avoid injuries.

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DIY Cryotherapy for Muscle Recovery

Safety / Injuries | Training Tips

DIY Cryotherapy for Muscle Recovery

Cryotherapy helps with muscle recovery. It reduces inflammation, speeds healing, and eases muscle soreness and pain. Even do-it-yourself sessions can provide these benefits. Here are a few options to consider.

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Top Tips for New Personal Trainers

Training Tips

Top Tips for New Personal Trainers

About to launch your new personal training business? Before you do, check out these pro tips from the trainers with years of experience.

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How to Get Bigger Forearms with a Few Simple Exercises

Training Tips

How to Get Bigger Forearms with a Few Simple Exercises

Your forearms are important for overall functional strength, but they’re often ignored in training. A good, overall strength program will provide a decent workout for all the little muscles of the forearm. But if you really want to build them up, make them a priority.

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Building a Fitness Community That Lasts

Business | Training Tips

Building a Fitness Community That Lasts

Building community is important for any fitness business. But how do you do that? Where do you start? Check out this article and discover why community is so important, as well as practical ways to make that happen.

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Essential Moves: How to Perfect Your Hip Hinge

Training Tips

Essential Moves: How to Perfect Your Hip Hinge

A strong hip hinge requires ideal flexibility and muscular strength and mastering this movement pattern can prevent injury and enhance physical performance. Have you mastered your essential movements?

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Diversify Your Business and Start Online Personal Training

Training Tips

Diversify Your Business and Start Online Personal Training

It’s no fun being a financially struggling trainer. Why not take the plunge and become a hybrid personal trainer instead? You’ll be creating great value with your in-person clients, and keeping yourself financially stable with your online personal training clients.

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Yoga for Weightlifters: Maximize Strength with Flexibility

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Yoga for Weightlifters: Maximize Strength with Flexibility

Want to get stronger? Add yoga into your weightlifting routine and reap the benefits of flexibility training with every workout!

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Best Methods for Collecting Personal Training Payments

Business | Training Tips

Best Methods for Collecting Personal Training Payments

If you work for a big box gym, they likely collect your personal training fees for you. But what if you’re responsible for collecting your own payments from clients? Here are a few factors to consider, as well which three online methods are best.

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