As a health and exercise professional, you know that building rapport is a critical part of the success of both you and your clients. So, how exactly are you supposed to do this? Here are five rapport-building strategies to add to your coaching toolbox.Read More
As great as the deadlift is, it can become a little stale after a while and it may be necessary to impose a different demand upon your body. Here are a few variations of the deadlift that can be used to “spice up” the ways you engage and strengthen hip and core muscles.Read More
Yoga provides countless benefits, including increased flexibility, greater strength and an improved mindset. Learn how you can offer these same great benefits by integrating these four yoga flows into your group fitness classes.Read More
Not all processed foods are created equal. In fact, while highly processed foods are usually full of added sodium, sugars and fats, minimally processed foods can actually be quite good for you. Learn how to tell the difference between high-quality and poor-quality processed foods, and why frozen, fermented and sprouted foods can be great additions to a healthy, balanced diet.Read More
Sometimes the biggest pressure at work isn’t a looming deadline, a demanding client or an upcoming performance review. It’s the pressure to stick to your health and fitness goals in the face of pizza lunches, birthday cake celebrations and Friday happy hours. So how can you stick to your health goals and still be social at work? Here are five tips to help you stay accountable, reach your goals and still be part of the fun.Read More
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