DOMS, we all get it sometimes, but have you ever noticed that some people suffer more than others after an intense workout? Based on some early research, it seems genes and gender may be the culprits.
From what it is to how to do it and why you should, check out our ultimate guide to HIIT workouts and how to incorporate them into your routine.
Do you know what the psoas is? Do your clients? This hidden muscle set deep in the core is important but not well known. Weakness and tightness in this muscle can cause significant issues, especially lower back pain. Learn how to stretch and strengthen the psoas for better performance and less pain.
Mobility is a word you might be hearing a lot of in fitness circles. It’s a simple concept that requires attention. Learn more about what mobility training is and how and why to add it to your and your client’s routines.
A strong hip hinge requires ideal flexibility and muscular strength and mastering this movement pattern can prevent injury and enhance physical performance. Have you mastered your essential movements?
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.
Teaching your clients how to move and nourish their body type is essential to their progress. Learn more about how ectomorphs should eat and workout to achieve optimal results.
Your client tells you that they have fibromyalgia. As their personal trainer, this requires adjusting their exercise plan. Here are seven tips for creating workouts for clients with this chronic pain condition.
You're eager, you're passionate, and you're ready to push your body to the limit to achieve your fitness goals. Hey, that's great, but have you ever heard of something called overtraining? It's real and it can actually backfire on your progress and goals. Here we tell you all about physical overt...
The health and fitness industry uses a lot of terms to describe different careers and roles. It can be a little confusing. One important distinction is between trainers and health coaches. Learn the differences, how these careers are the same, and which one is right for you. It just might be both.
You (or your client) just had a baby and want to exercise. How long should you wait to return to your workout after giving birth? We answer that question. We also provide a few safety guidelines for exercising postpartum.
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.