Sept. 23 2008
Two of the most popular forms of mind/body exercise today, yoga and Pilates have both shown their strengths in the fitness industry. Now they show aptitude toward training an extensive niche market: athletes.... View More
Sept. 23 2008
Editor's note: This article is part 2 of a series outlining steps and concepts for those with the desire to tackle the youth obesity epidemic. [... View More
Sept. 23 2008
It happens to the best of all trainers at some point in their career: the training ruts. When you get up at 4:00 AM, check your schedule, drag into work, thinking about everything you have to do today,... View More
Sept. 23 2008
Maybe it's been awhile since you took your certification test. Maybe the club you work at doesn't require comprehensive assessments before you bring on a new client. Or maybe you'd be hard-pressed to define... View More
Sept. 23 2008
mroozen@itexas.net Bored with the mainstream clientele of 78 million baby boomers, many trainers are looking for something more in their training profession to challenge them. A new wave of training specialist... View More
Sept. 23 2008
The formula for success for just about any business or endeavor invariably includes the word "consistent" somewhere in the recipe. As a fitness professional, you tout the absolute necessity of consistency... View More
Sept. 23 2008
phil@philkaplan.com I urge personal trainers, after mastering the science of physical change, to pursue mastery of the evocation of fear. Many personal trainers vehemently reject the statement, and I anticipate... View More
Sept. 23 2008
Editor's note: This is the first of a series that will illustrate the necessities of working with certain populations of society. Look for the continuation of the series on training seniors in the next... View More
Sept. 22 2008
The outlook for cancer patients, in some ways, has never been better, with breakthroughs leading to earlier diagnoses of certain malignancies, new treatments, and improved survival rates. But that string... View More

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