Best Practices in Virtual Health Coaching 

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Best Practices in Virtual Health Coaching 

Like many health and exercise professionals, you may be integrating virtual offerings into your existing services or migrating your practice to an entirely virtual platform. If you’re finding these processes challenging, you’re not alone. Read on to learn the necessary steps to successfully launch and/or transform your business to include virtual services. 

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How to Incorporate Health Coaching as an Exercise Professional

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How to Incorporate Health Coaching as an Exercise Professional

As health coaching becomes a more recognized, respected and legitimized professional field, you may be wondering how you can incorporate elements of coaching into your existing services. This article examines the "how to” elements of marrying coaching, personal training and group fitness instruction, and answers a range of questions you may have about health coaching.

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How to Incorporate Health Coaching as an Exercise Professional

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How to Incorporate Health Coaching as an Exercise Professional

As health coaching becomes a more recognized, respected and legitimized professional field, you may be wondering how you can incorporate elements of coaching into your existing services. This article examines the "how to” elements of marrying coaching, personal training and group fitness instruction, and answers a range of questions you may have about health coaching.

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How to Train a Client with Chronic Injuries

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How to Train a Client with Chronic Injuries

When it comes to working with clients who have had a previous injury and/or suffer from continuous complications from an unhealed or recurring injury, there are considerations to keep in mind while staying within your scope of practice. Here are recommendations for some of the most common injuries you may encounter, including bursitis, fractures, torn muscles or ligaments, connective tissue concerns, overuse injuries, sciatica and shin splints.

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How to Work with Clients Who Have Chronic Conditions

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How to Work with Clients Who Have Chronic Conditions

As a health and fitness professional, working with clients who experience one or more chronic disease conditions presents unique and serious challenges. This article discusses the basic principles and considerations associated with the following chronic disease types: cancer, diabetes, disabilities, hypothyroidism, asthma, COPD, arthritis and osteoporosis.

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