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Mobility and Stability: Joint Functions When We Move

Human movement is an amazing orchestra of muscle contractions controlled by the central nervous system to create joint actions to accomplish specific tasks. The motor tasks can be as simple as raising a glass of water or as dynamic as an explosive golf swing. When you...

AFib: What You Should Know When the Heart Skips a Beat

Moderately elevating a client’s heart rate during physical activity is a goal of most exercise programs, but what about when a client has AFib? Here’s some information on what you should know.   What is Atrial Fibrillation or AFib? Atrial fibrillation (AFib) is the...

3 Steps to Creating Rotational Training Plans

It’s time to take a turn for the better with rotational training plans. These 3 steps will show you how to apply this directional change with all of your clients. Our ability to change direction is one of the most underappreciated capabilities we perform EVERYDAY and...

Exercise Programming for Hip Replacement

Having a client with hip replacements may seem like a daunting prospect, but in most cases the new hips function just as well as biological hips. Research suggests that 25% of the population will get hip osteoarthritis by age 85 (Murphy et al., 2010). Further, Knight,...

Embracing the Group Effect

As fitness professionals, we know that members join our facilities for various reasons, with the primary reason to improve their fitness and health. Clearly the simplicity of that motivation does not mean it’s easy to meet or exceed expectations. Member retention...

Use It or Lose It: Understanding Muscle Atrophy

As fitness professionals it is easy to keep our focus on the great things that occur from having a healthy and active lifestyle. We know so much about the benefits of exercise and get excited helping others discover how their bodies can improve. Something not quite as...

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