Do your clients understand the importance of anaerobic exercise? If not, check out our latest post for the scoop. We’ll also give you several exercises to improve anaerobic endurance you can use to improve strength and fitness, and boost metabolism.
A tight piriformis muscle is a pain in the butt, quite literally. Find out when to use this stretch and how to do it right.
Speed isn’t just for runners or athletes! Check out this blog post to find out how you can get all your clients to use and benefit from exercises to improve speed.
Getting ready for your first fitness competition can be daunting, but we’ll help you start. Check out this beginners guide for women interested in starting out in bikini, figure, and physique competitions.
Does your client have a pelvic tilt? It's more common than you might think!
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.
The IT band is too often overlooked until it suddenly causes pain. Help your clients prevent IT band injury with a few simple exercises. And check out the “how to” handout you can give your clients to keep them on the right track.
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.
There are many different training methods you can use with clients, but for the most efficient and effective, you need to get on board with the upper/lower split. Find out what the research says and how to schedule the best strength sessions for your clients.
Can a genetic test tell you if you have the potential to be a champion bodybuilder? Maybe, but more importantly, a lifestyle DNA test can provide information to refine workouts, nutrition, and goals. Help your clients understand their results, whether they’re destined to be good at bodybuilding.
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.
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.