Bodybuilding is not a sport for the weak-willed. It takes discipline, not just for lifting hours a day but also for sticking to a precise diet. Here’s the low down on what it actually looks like to eat like a bodybuilder.
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.
Celebrities, athletes, and supermodels swear by boxing as a workout, but is it worth the hype? We’ll explain exactly what fitness boxing is and how it can benefit you or your personal training clients.
Donkey kicks are deceptively easy. Do them right, and you’ll work your glutes hard. Learn more about the benefits of this simple exercise, how to vary it, and why you should add it to your workouts and your clients’ routines.
Boxing is a great workout for much of your body. And it’s a workout you can do at a gym or from home. Here’s the best boxing workout for home exercisers—even without equipment.
Think you must be a professional athlete to engage in Olympic weightlifting? Before you count it out, review this guide. Olympic lifts offer major benefits that can help you transform your physique and improve your performance.
Sit up straight and roll your shoulders back! Do you slouch at your desk? Have neck and back pain at the end of the day? Add these exercises to your routines to improve posture and reduce pain while working all day at a desk.
Need an effective way to improve volleyball performance? Increasing strength and power can be a challenge for most athletes, especially for those who do not train outside of practice. This workout provides the best exercises for volleyball athletes!
You can learn a lot from a client’s overhead squat. Here’s what this movement will tell you. We also explain how to perform and interpret an overhead squat assessment.
There is a common misconception that cardio is the best and only way to lose weight. But you can help clients reach their weight loss goals sooner with strength training sessions in addition to regular cardio.
Strength training is an effective and sometimes overlooked way for runners to maximize performance. Get the details here to help your clients achieve their best runs.
Sometimes the tried-and-true workout plans are best, like push/pull workout splits. They’re efficient, simple to follow, and build balanced body strength. We’ll go through the basics of a push/pull routine, what it means, and how to plan a workout for your clients.