Having a good working knowledge of the Transtheoretical Model of Behavioral Change is not only important for your certification exam, but in your work as a fitness professional as well. Identifying which stage each of your clients is in will help you better understand how your clients are feeling about adopting positive lifestyle changes, and how you can help them progress through the stages of change.Read More
Stability and mobility are the cornerstones of Phase 1 of the Functional Movement and Resistance Training part of the Integrated Fitness Training model (IFT). We’re going to start with discussing the basics – the five programming components of mobility and stability. And just like with the IFT model, we need to understand the basics before we can move on.Read More
Exercise Professionals can play a key role in helping clients stay motivated by designing and modifying programs to introduce variety and work toward goal attainment. Periodization is one method for achieving this.Read More
The terms RMR and BMR are often used interchangeably. But do they really mean the same thing? Are they measured the same way? What are they trying to measure?Read More
This blog covers how to approach challenging exam questions and a method you can use to help understand what the question is asking how to pick the best response.Read More
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