When it comes to stretching, there is no one-size-fits-all approach. In fact, the appropriate application of stretching techniques can be different for each client, depending on the client’s needs and goals and at which point in the workout the stretches are performed. In this article, learn about various stretching techniques and how they factor into correct exercise and performance.Read More
The plank, row, deadlift and squat are four of the most popular and effective exercises, but that doesn’t mean that every client is ready to do them. Here, several top health and exercise professionals offer tips and suggestions for ensuring your clients achieve the most benefit while reducing their risk of injury.Read More
Relaxin is a hormone that increases during pregnancy to help a woman’s body accommodate a growing baby. However, it can also create instability in the joints and challenge a woman’s balance. Learn how to account for this instability in your programming for pre- and postnatal clients, along with three effective exercises that can help increase stability throughout the body.Read More
Strengthening the core is an excellent way to help your clients improve posture, move more efficiently and reduce their risk of injuries. Whether it’s first thing in the morning or during an afternoon break, help your clients work on firing up the core with these functional core exercises.Read More
A wide variety of participants can benefit from engaging in high(er)-intensity workouts, but not everyone wants to perform high-impact activities. Learn how to add intensity to movements without simply increasing the impact.Read More
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