As a health and fitness professional, many of your clients undoubtedly turn to you for help in managing chronic muscle and joint pain, a common and debilitating problem. In this second installment of a three-part series, learn how to progress your corrective exercise strategies and understand when it is appropriate to incorporate stretching exercises with clients who are experiencing musculoskeletal pain.Read More
6 Tips for Self-employed Fitness Pros: Timely Advice to Take Your Business to the Next Level
Making the switch from full-time work to being a self-employed health and fitness professional can be a huge challenge, especially if you’re used to having a regular schedule. Distractions, lack of self-discipline and taking on too many clients or projects are just a few of the things that can derail your best efforts. Here are six of the most common mistakes self-employed fitness pros make and how to avoid them.Read More
Do you lead small- or large-group training sessions? With so many different fitness levels to accommodate, strategic regressions and progressions must be a mainstay of your toolkit. Learn how to avoid progressing clients too quickly, and important tips for focusing on safety and intelligent programming so you can deliver variety and intensity to every client you instruct.Read More
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