Trail running is a unique and rewarding sport that requires specific skills. You might want to spend all your time hitting the trails, but a few days working on strength will only improve your performance and keep you safer.
Are your clients' calves making them look like they skipped leg day? Calves are one of the key components to a balanced lower body. Check out this article with some of our favorite exercises for building the calf muscles.
Get the most out of your training by incorporating open and closed kinetic-chain exercises. Know when and how to use them for efficient movement patterns.
It takes strength to hold yoga poses, which means it can be a great workout. Certain poses, like crow, wheel, and downward dog take a great amount of upper body strength to hold. Learn how to use yoga to give your clients an alternative to traditional weightlifting.
Some health and fitness professionals argue that the deadlift is one of the best exercises. But, there are many variations to the deadlift. Do you know how to help your clients with some of the common variations? Check out this article to learn more.
Looking to start training your legs and want to get some ideas on exercises? We've lined up our favorite bodyweight and weighted leg exercises to get you started.
Muscle growth is one of the most popular goals for clients. When it comes to isolating a muscle group like the biceps, it can be more challenging than you think to build muscle. Let's look at how to effectively help your clients build bigger biceps.
The number of people playing pickleball continues to increase dramatically. So, trainers need to know how to help players in this sport. Here are a few pickleball exercises that can help your clients build strength and improve their pickleball game.
A loaded carry can help clients build stability, improve muscle strength, and increase work capacity. How do you create a loaded carry program that will offer them the best results possible? This article explains.
The shoulders are top priority for many gym-goers looking to bulk up. They’re easy to train and grow. Check out these best exercises for targeting the delts, the showpiece of an already showy muscle group.
There are plenty of accessories out there to assist you in your weight training, but are they really necessary? Jump over to the ISSA blog to check out a weightlifting gear review.
Strength training can boost muscle strength and size. But can it also help improve long-lasting health conditions? Knowing the answer is critical when working with clients with chronic diseases.