Not all processed foods are created equal. In fact, while highly processed foods are usually full of added sodium, sugars and fats, minimally processed foods can actually be quite good for you. Learn how to tell the difference between high-quality and poor-quality processed foods, and why frozen, fermented and sprouted foods can be great additions to a healthy, balanced diet.Read More
Sometimes the biggest pressure at work isn’t a looming deadline, a demanding client or an upcoming performance review. It’s the pressure to stick to your health and fitness goals in the face of pizza lunches, birthday cake celebrations and Friday happy hours. So how can you stick to your health goals and still be social at work? Here are five tips to help you stay accountable, reach your goals and still be part of the fun.Read More
Everyone feels short on time, so it’s important to maximize the time your clients spend in the gym. Learn how to use foundation lifts, complex training and recovery to help your clients get the most out of their workouts.Read More
Health at Every Size (HAES) is a weight-neutral approach that refutes the idea that overweight and obesity cause adverse health outcomes. This article explores the research supporting and refuting HAES, and offers strategies to encourage healthy behavior change among clients who struggle with excess weight.Read More
Unilateral training is a fun way to add variety to workouts while focusing on more serious issues, such as muscle imbalances and post-rehabilitation training. Learn how to incorporate unilateral training into your clients’ programs with these specific exercises and routines.Read More
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