5 Tips for Avoiding the Freshman 15

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5 Tips for Avoiding the Freshman 15

For most freshmen, college is the first experience with living away from home, and it can be overwhelming and lead to stress, anxiety and depression, which are all associated with over-eating, alcohol consumption and poor decision making. To help you avoid using unhealthy behaviors as a way to cope with the stresses of college, here are some great tips on how to resist temptation, improve self-efficacy and proactively lead a healthy lifestyle.

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6 Functional Strength and Conditioning Exercises You’re Not Using With Your Clients

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6 Functional Strength and Conditioning Exercises You’re Not Using With Your Clients

Consider adding one or more of these six highly effective functional strength and conditioning exercises to your clients’ programs. Not only do these exercises challenge the body in new ways and can help break through fitness plateaus, they can also improve overall quality of life by making daily activities easier to perform.

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Exercises for Scoliosis: How to Develop Programs for Clients with Scoliosis

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Exercises for Scoliosis: How to Develop Programs for Clients with Scoliosis

When working with clients with scoliosis, it’s essential to know how to interpret their functional limitations and muscular imbalances so you can create a workout program that improves strength, range of motion and the length-tension relationship of the muscles on either side of the vertebral column. Here is a basic primer in developing programs for individuals with scoliosis.

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