The summer can be a challenging time to focus on fitness. Learn how to help your clients set goals and create a summer action plan that will encourage them to make fitness a priority and keep them moving all summer long.Read More
When creating a training programs for athletes, an individualized, scientific approach to training will be more successful in improving a player’s fitness and, ultimately, his or her performance. Learn how to conduct a needs analysis and what essential scientific training principles you need to consider when creating programs for your athletes.Read More
As a health and fitness professional, it is your job to provide your clients with stepping-stones that will allow them to advance or progress to their specific health and fitness goals. This blog outlines logical progressions (which can also be reversed to provide regressions) for some common exercises that feature the five essential or basic human movements that everyone should be able to exhibit at any point in time.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
Your clients come to you with high hopes for getting healthier, but what happens when your client stops making progress? As a health and fitness professional, it is important to be able to talk to your clients about diminished progress. Here are some great strategies to help you have more productive conversations with your clients about making progress toward their stated health goals.Read More
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