Tips for Training Senior Athletes

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Tips for Training Senior Athletes

Baby boomers who once fueled the growth of the fitness industry in their younger years are now gravitating toward fitness-related activities, including athletic competition, in their later years. This presents a significant opportunity for health and exercise professionals who are interested in serving this population. Learn more about some of the unique characteristics of senior athletes and how to develop safe and effective training programs that help them reach their competitive goals.

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Keep Your Clients and Participants Motivated Throughout the Holiday Season

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Keep Your Clients and Participants Motivated Throughout the Holiday Season

As health and exercise professionals, it is our job to help and motivate our clients and class participants to stay consistent and continue to pursue their fitness goals, even during this busy time of year. Here are a few tips you can use to keep your clients and participants motivated throughout the holiday season.

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Balancing Act: How to Incorporate Balance Work Into Your Training Sessions

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Balancing Act: How to Incorporate Balance Work Into Your Training Sessions

Balance training is essential for maintaining and improving balance, but it can be challenging to fit additional balance exercises into the allotted time for your personal-training sessions or group fitness classes. Here are a few ways to incorporate balance training throughout your workout sessions or classes without adding additional exercises or extending the training session duration.

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