One way to grow your fitness business is to become a corrective exercise specialist. What’s the best certification for this role? We weigh in here. We also provide tips for finding the right corrective exercise certification program for you.
Heard about corrective exercise but not sure if it will help your career? You’re going to want to rethink that. Get more details here on the blog.
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.
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.
Corrective exercise is a big trend in fitness right now, but do you know what it really means? Before getting certified, be sure you understand what a corrective exercise specialist does and how they work with clients.
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.
Do you struggle with tight quadriceps muscles? This can lead to pain, increased injury risk, and more. Here’s how to release your quad tightness in just two steps.
If you have pain in the groin or inner thigh, your gracilis may be to blame. Learn what causes pain in the gracilis muscle, along with treatment options—including effective gracilis exercises.
Everyone wants bigger and stronger glutes, but not everyone knows how to train them. The hip abductor muscles play a major role. Here are some of the best hip abduction exercises for strength and injury prevention.
Heard about corrective exercise but not sure if it will help your career? You're going to want to rethink that. Get more details here!
Box jumps are a great way to build muscle, improve speed, and increase power. Here are five strategies for helping your clients get the most from this plyometric exercise.
Tight calf muscles can be painful. They also limit your ability to move with proper form. If you have tight calves and want some relief, here are five ways to get it.
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