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.Read More
The power of motion not only positively impacts the human body, but also the mind, spirit, social well-being, outlook on life and self-perception. Learn more about why consistently participating in physical activity will unleash a wide range of benefits on nearly every aspect of your life.Read More
Modern daily life no longer requires a high level of physical exertion, but that doesn’t mean the human body doesn’t still need it. While just about any form of exercise is better than no exercise, follow these tips to ensure the exercise program you choose is guiding your body away from pain and injury and toward better health and fitness.Read More
Strength training for the contractile element of muscle requires shortening (or contracting) a muscle to apply a force to an external resistance, but that same approach won’t help enhance the strength of the fascia. Here are five things to know about fascia and why it requires a different approach to exercise.Read More
If you have clients who thrive in cold weather and enjoy outdoor activities during winter, you want to help them get in shape now so they can be ready to have fun once the snow begins to fall. Check out this workout featuring compound sets, which was designed for general strength and conditioning and is ideal for helping your clients get in shape for their favorite cold-weather outdoor activities.Read More
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