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Certified™: October 2017

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Lymphedema: Help Your Clients Manage This Common Side Effect of Cancer Treatments

Daniel  J. Green by Daniel J. Green
Contributor

Lymphedema—which involves sometimes extreme swelling in one or more limbs—is a common but under-discussed side effect of many cancer treatments. Many cancer survivors have, or are at risk for developing, lymphedema but have little knowledge of its causes or effects. Learn the role that health and fitness professionals can play in the prevention and management of this chronic condition.

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Are You Stuck in a Training Rut?
  • Certified™: October 2017

Are You Stuck in a Training Rut?

by Carrie Myers
Contributor

If you’ve been training for a while, you know how easy it can be to fall into a rut with your clients’ workouts—especially your long-term clients. Learn how to identify if you’re stuck in a rut, along with tips and ideas for getting unstuck and adding variety to your clients’ workouts that will keep them progressing forward and engaged in their health and fitness efforts.

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Help Your Clients Train for High-altitude Adventures
  • Certified™: October 2017

Help Your Clients Train for High-altitude Adventures

by Jacqueline Crockford
Health and Fitness Expert

If you work with clients who are training for events at high altitude, understanding the effects of high altitude on the body and, importantly, how to mitigate those effects is essential. Learn what the research and the experts have to say so you can help adventure-minded clients achieve their goal of climbing to great heights.

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