To eat or not to eat. The debate continues on eating before a morning workout. Check out how to determine the best fueling plan for your clients and healthy options for a pre-workout snack.
You can become a personal trainer, or you can become an elite personal trainer. What's the benefit of achieving an "elite" designation? There are seven.
Many people believe that you can't eat healthy on a budget. Well, you can. Especially if you meal prep with this 5-step plan.
Your first interaction with potential training clients sets the stage for your relationship. One way to get off on the right foot is to ask questions that will lead to greater success. These questions do just that.
It’s no secret that the foods we eat affect our performance. If you train endurance athletes, here are a few dietary recommendations to help them perform better in their events of choice.
Becoming a personal trainer can be a rewarding career path, but there are a variety of factors and fears holding many people back. Here are 12 common obstacles and how to overcome them.
Posterior pelvic tilt can cause back pain, digestive issues, and more. Here are some of the best exercises for correcting this pelvic position, and how to tell if you have it.
On this episode of Trainers Talking Truths, Jenny and Dan delve into the journey of Peter Twist, who started in fitness and worked his way up to coaching in the NHL and national teams for the summer and winter Olympics.
Join Jenny and Dan for an engaging conversation with Doug Lynch, a fitness expert and founder of Zenkai Spots. In this episode, we'll dive into the concept of "the science of sweat" and explore the impact of sweat on athletic performance.
If you're looking for a new way to use your yoga expertise or a way to bring in additional income, check out these profitable opportunities!
Personal trainers can earn a variety of additional certifications. One option is to become a certified health coach. Is health coach certification right for you? Understanding its potential benefits can help you answer this important question.
Not having gym equipment can become a major excuse for clients not to work out. But you don't always need equipment to build muscle mass. Learn how these bodyweight exercises can help increase mass.