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July 2012

WAYS TO GET YOUR CLIENTS TO LOVE EXERCISE

(JUST LIKE YOU DO!)

By Jonathon Ross

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Off-the-Floor Training for the Core

By Chris Freytag

For most of your healthy clients and participants, the best way to train their core musculature is to use a variety of exercises and techniques. This could include performing core exercises in a plank or standing position, or using an unstable surface like a stability ball. Chris Freytag presents three simple steps and eight effective exercises to help you introduce more "core-off-the-floor" exercises into your classes and workouts.
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Mindful Techniques to Relieve Low-back Pain

By Dr. Nicholas A. DiNubile, M.D.

Low-back pain—or any kind of physical pain, for that matter—can either be exacerbated or alleviated by our mental and emotional responses to it. Gain a better understanding of this all-important mind-body connection, specifically as it relates to low-back pain, and learn useful strategies you can use with your clients—or for yourself—to relieve the stress and anxiety that makes the pain worse.
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Battling the Bulge: 11 Sure-fire Weight-loss Tips to Share With Your Clients

By Karen Asp

Everybody knows that eating less and exercising more should lead to weight loss, but if it were truly that easy to lose weight, obesity rates wouldn’t be skyrocketing, and being normal weight would be, well, the norm. So how can your clients shed pounds? Leading experts weigh in, offering 11 of the most effective strategies to help your clients dump those pounds for good.
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A Commonsense Approach to Addressing Shoulder Instability

By Todd Galati, M.A. 

Do you have clients who are struggling with issues related to shoulder instability? ACE Exercise Physiologist Todd Galati explains the common causes of instability and potential injuries so you can make smart decisions about the functional issues that can be addressed through a fitness program, appropriate movement assessments and resultant exercises, and when to refer.
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Could Your Beverage Choice Be the Key to Eating More Healthfully?

A new study, which is fueling the ongoing debate over regulating the consumption of soda and other sugary drinks, suggests that food preference among both children and adults may be strongly influenced by beverage choice. While water appears to encourage healthful choices, drinking soda or other high-sugar beverages like juice creates a preference for high-salt, high-calorie foods.
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