Warm-up in the Cold Months

Exercise junkies know the benefits of a successful warm-up routine: increased blood flow, increased endorphins and activation of the neuromuscular and cardiovascular systems. Those exercisers looking to take their routine outdoors in the cold winter months understand...

How Part-Time Training Can Give You A Fresh Start

Personal trainers are individuals who inspire, motivate, and guide others to achieve their fitness goals. It is a rewarding, highly-ranked career with immense job satisfaction (CNN Money, 2012). If you are ready to become more involved in the fitness industry but...

How to Help Desk-bound Clients Thrive

Originally published in the Winter 2020 issue of American Fitness Magazine. It’s likely that many of your clients spend the majority of their time sitting at a desk, staring at a screen. They then sit in their cars for a long commute. When they arrive at their final...

How to Make Health and Fitness a Lifestyle

With the start of the New Year, many of us have made resolutions to improve our health and fitness. While having specific health and fitness goals in mind is excellent, people often go to extremes to accomplish these goals. They try the newest fad diet or workout...

Keys to Keeping Clients Excited as Resolutions Fade

All fitness professionals, regardless of their focus within the industry, understand that the new year brings with it an increase in fitness participation. At the start of each new year, motivated individuals sign up for memberships and programs with the desire to...

Weight Loss Plateaus & Strategies to Overcome Them

I recently visited my optometrist for an annual exam. He has a pleasant bedside manner and happens to be among the 40% of the U.S. adult population who are obese. As I stepped into his office, I noticed he looked different but couldn’t quite pinpoint how – maybe it...

The NASM-CPT Podcast: Can Chickens Fly?

The human body consists of primarily two types of muscle fibers: type I and type II. Type II fibers have two subcategories: IIa and IIx. These fibers have different characteristics, capacities, and traits: Fast vs. Slow contractile speeds Aerobic vs. anaerobic High vs...

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