Fatigue is one of those things that’s easy to recognize, yet difficult to quantify, and for which it is nearly impossible to determine causality. This article examines the different types of exercise fatigue and explores how you can help your clients manage them.Read More
Training Clients With Cognitive Impairments: Triggers, Behaviors and How to Respond
Working with any new client requires you to exercise your intuition, creativity, knowledge and understanding to accommodate their individual needs and to help them get results. These skills are even more important when working with clients who have cognitive delays or developmental challenges. Here are three common scenarios you might encounter when working with clients with cognitive impairments and how to best respond to reduce frustrations and anxiety to keep your sessions on track.Read More
Today, we know more than ever about what it takes to achieve health and wellness, and yet more people are living in larger bodies than ever before. What are we doing wrong? This article examines the effects of focusing so much on weight loss and how shifting our focus to other aspects of health, such as stress and sleep, could have a much greater impact.Read More
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