Body neutrality is about listening to your body and avoiding judgment and emotion. The focus is more on what your body can do rather just how it looks. But can it help clients hit their fitness goals? Here’s what you need to know.
If you’ve settled in your online personal training business but are still trying to perfect your virtual assessments, check out this article. We highlight some important tips to help you!
Safety / Injuries
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.
Safety / Injuries
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.
Do you understand the overload principle well enough to plan the most effective programs for your clients? We’ve got you covered in this latest post about progressing safely and maximizing training gains.
Plyometric training is a great way to improve muscle strength and power. It improves performance in activities such as running, jumping, and change of direction. Read more to learn about plyometric training. Be sure to try out this explosive workout.
It’s hard to hit your fitness goals if the idea of going to the gym creates feelings of anxiety. Here are 7 tips for overcoming gym anxiety, making it easier to develop this health habit.
Do you play soccer or work with soccer athletes? Structured weight training programs for soccer help maximize each player's performance. Learn how to train soccer players off the field to get them better on the field.
Help clients build strength and improve their snatch technique. This fundamental Olympic lift requires elite muscular coordination. Try these accessory exercises to help improve strength and power during the snatch.
What’s the secret to stretching for runners? Should you do it or not do it? Flexibility training for runners isn’t so straightforward, but it is important. We’ll help you understand when, how, and how often to get in a good stretch for maximum performance.
Are you interested in adding a Strength and Conditioning Certification to your list of credentials? Check out this article!
Are your clients bored with the standard plank? Here are 5 ways you can change it up, plus 3 of the most common mistakes to avoid!
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