Shoulder injuries can cause a major setback in your client’s progress. Here’s how to prevent shoulder issues during a bench press, plus when to have clients get medical help for pain during this exercise.
Giving muscles adequate time to recover increases their growth while decreasing injury risk. An infrared sauna can help improve muscle recovery. Here's why, and how to use it.
Never heard of an Exercise Therapy Specialist? Well, let's take a deeper look at who these people are, why they are so important, and how you can become one of them!
Discover how becoming an Exercise Recovery Specialist can improve your client’s fitness. From injury prevention to maximizing performance. Explore all of the benefits a recovery expert offers.
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.
A pulled hamstring can be incredibly painful. Here are a few exercises that can help, as well as when you should see a doctor for your hamstring injury.
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.
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!
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.
As trainers, we know upper back tension is rampant among clients. In this article, we explore things that can lead to tight muscles in the neck and shoulders and what to do about it. We also give you a great sharable “How To” for your clients.
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.
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