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DIY Cryotherapy for Muscle Recovery

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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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Active Recovery: Reduce Fatigue and Enhance Performance

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Active Recovery: Reduce Fatigue and Enhance Performance

Are you looking to boost your clients’ results? Believe it or not, rest is one of the most important factors to a client's success. Learn about the impact active recovery has and how to implement it into an exercise routine.

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How to Identify and Correct Tight Hip Flexors

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How to Identify and Correct Tight Hip Flexors

Hip flexors are commonly misunderstood. Are yours really tight? Or are they weak and underused? What even are these hip flexors? Check out our latest post to learn more about this important muscle group, what it means to have tight hip flexors, and what you can do to loosen them up.

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How Does Exercise Affect Your Immune System?

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How Does Exercise Affect Your Immune System?

A strong immune system reduces the chances that your clients will catch the latest bug or virus going around. It can also lower their risk of developing inflammation-based diseases. How does exercise help with both? This article explains.

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Your Guide to Corrective Exercises for Bad Posture

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Your Guide to Corrective Exercises for Bad Posture

Our sedentary, seated, and on-the-go lifestyles contribute greatly to poor posture and chronic pain. Here’s your guide to using exercise to correct bad posture and promote good habits.

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Genetic Testing and Injury Response: Keeping Clients Active

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Genetic Testing and Injury Response: Keeping Clients Active

Have you noticed that some clients experience injury more often than others? Learn how genetics influence injury response and recovery and what that means to you as a personal trainer.

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Corrective Exercises for Better Glute Strength & Performance

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Corrective Exercises for Better Glute Strength & Performance

Toned glutes are all the rage, but there are many more reasons to improve their strength. The glutes stabilize many of our movements, preventing pain and injuries. Help your clients get all the benefits of stronger, balanced glutes with these corrective routines.

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Coronavirus and the Gym: How to Keep Clients Safe & Healthy

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Coronavirus and the Gym: How to Keep Clients Safe & Healthy

How you handle the coronavirus as a personal trainer impacts the way your clients respond as well. How do you keep them safe and healthy amidst the outbreak while still helping them reach their fitness goals? Here are a few options to consider.

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Corrective Exercises for Knee Pain: Your Complete Guide

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Corrective Exercises for Knee Pain: Your Complete Guide

As a trainer, you’ll inevitably encounter clients with some degree of knee pain. Try these corrective exercises to improve your clients’ biomechanics to help improve knee dysfunction.

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Improve Your Performance: FMS + Corrective Exercise

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Improve Your Performance: FMS + Corrective Exercise

Be prepared to help your clients prevent injury and build functional strength. Here’s everything you need to know about Functional Movement Screening and Corrective Exercise programming.

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How to Relieve Tight Muscles in the Neck and Shoulders

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How to Relieve Tight Muscles in the Neck and Shoulders

As trainers, we know upper back tension is rampant among clients. In this article, we explore things that can lead to tight muscles in the neck and shoulders and what to do about it. We also give you a great sharable “How To” for your clients.

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Keep Kids Moving: Corrective Exercise for Young People

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Keep Kids Moving: Corrective Exercise for Young People

The growing world of youth sports is having a positive impact on the health and well-being of young people. And incorporating corrective exercise can help prevent and remedy movement dysfunctions as these kids grow. Learn more on the blog!

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