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
Avoid these common mistakes when designing exercise programs for your clients. Not only will you enhance the program’s value, you’ll optimize your clients’ results as well.Read More
Do you tell your clients to “squeeze those glutes” or “tighten that core” during the execution of an exercise? A better approach to cueing, says ACE Pro Anthony Carey, is to help your clients learn how to internally or externally focus their attention, depending on the exercise, to maximize the benefit and enhance motor learning.Read More
For the health and exercise professional, navigating the turbulent waters of chronic pain requires one to become proficient with designing strategic and personalized exercise programs. Learn about the importance of understanding and validating each client’s emotional, psychological and social concerns, while addressing his or her unique biomechanical needs, which, together, yield a comprehensive framework toward designing a strategic and personalized fitness program strategy.Read More
When you are training older clients, taking the time to identify your clients’ specific needs, likes and wants is a great way to help them make the connection between exercise and their daily lives, and can have a major impact on their commitment to exercise.Read More
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