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Stretch and Strengthen: Corrective Exercises for Hip Flexors

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Stretch and Strengthen: Corrective Exercises for Hip Flexors

Do you have clients experiencing hip pain? Even if your client mentions they have tightness in the hips, you should know how to deal with the issue to prevent further injury. Teach your clients how to prevent and overcome hip injuries through corrective exercise.

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Boost Your Corrective Exercises with Foam Rolling

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Boost Your Corrective Exercises with Foam Rolling

Should all clients be foam rolling? Learn how self-myofascial release techniques can greatly impact your client’s corrective exercise routine and recovery.

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Barefoot Training: How Does Footwear Affect the Human Body?

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Barefoot Training: How Does Footwear Affect the Human Body?

Many clients strive to improve human performance, but often overlook the importance of footwear in their training program. Check out this article to learn how barefoot training could impact your client's training program and results.

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Personal Training Tips to Improve Asymmetrical Weight Shift

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Personal Training Tips to Improve Asymmetrical Weight Shift

Are your clients getting a little shifty? We’re talking asymmetrical weight shifts and the corrective exercises to improve this common imbalance!

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Try These Exercises to Correct Shin Splints

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Try These Exercises to Correct Shin Splints

Is lower leg pain plaguing your clients? Help them identify and correct shin splints with these corrective exercise tools.

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Correcting Bad Posture: Your Guide to Upper Crossed Syndrome

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Correcting Bad Posture: Your Guide to Upper Crossed Syndrome

Bad posture is an epidemic and certified personal trainers and corrective exercise specialists can help correct it! Sharpen your skills and learn more about helping clients with the postural dysfunction upper crossed syndrome.

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Upper Back and Neck Pain — Corrective Exercise for Kyphosis

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Upper Back and Neck Pain — Corrective Exercise for Kyphosis

Feeling pain and stiffness in the upper back, neck, and shoulder blades? Sitting at a desk and staring at your phone isn’t helping. Check out these corrective exercise tips to reduce tightness and headaches and improve your posture!

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Integrating Bodyweight Workouts with Corrective Exercise

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Integrating Bodyweight Workouts with Corrective Exercise

You don’t always need equipment for corrective exercise and you certainly don’t need it for a solid workout. Learn how bodyweight workouts and corrective exercise go hand in hand.

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Personal Trainer’s Guide to Corrective Exercise Assessments

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Personal Trainer’s Guide to Corrective Exercise Assessments

Excel at developing program to increase strength, prevent injury, and promote longevity. Assessment is your key to a client’s long-term health and fitness.

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Better Shoulder Mobility through Corrective Exercise

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Better Shoulder Mobility through Corrective Exercise

Shoulder mobility is critical to many exercises and our daily life activities. Explore common issues in the shoulder and how you can keep your clients in top form.

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Designing Effective Corrective Exercise Programs

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Designing Effective Corrective Exercise Programs

We all have some sort of movement dysfunction, whether we realize it or not. Learn how to design reactive and proactive programming to help your clients stay pain-free.

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Why Clients Need to Prioritize Functional Strength Training

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Why Clients Need to Prioritize Functional Strength Training

Every client has their own perspective on what it means to be healthy and strong. But are they translating those goals to life outside the gym?

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