Individual mindsets are no different than the individuality of biomechanics, nutritional profiles or strengths and weaknesses. Assess your clients regularly to take the guesswork out of your training sessions!
Childhood obesity is a growing problem today, and the demand for fitness programs aimed at the general teen and kid population is also increasing. But training kids is not the same as training adults,... View More
One of the more recent evolutions in the industry has been the creation of a new niche servicing a demographic that is not only a must for club owners to take note of, but it also represents a potential... View More
As the youth demographic has grown to become one of the largest niches within the entire fitness industry, personal trainers and health clubs can meet this rising need, add a viable revenue stream to their... View More
A Similar PhenomenonIn 1911, researchers begin taking special interest in a horse owned by a German mathematician named Von Osten. The horse, aptly named Clever Hans, was reported to able to count,... View More
Editor's note: This article is the first in a series that outlines steps and key concepts for the trainer who has the desire to tackle the youth obesity epidemic. Youth obesity has become the epidemic... View More
Through both my articles and seminar series, I discuss the Art of Coaching quite frequently. The Art of Coaching infers that it is not what you know as a coach that matters its how you can relay it to... View More
Whenever I come into contact with a coach or trainer who preaches the virtues of machine-based strength training for young athletes, the same argument is typically offered: machines are safer for kids... View More
A Similar PhenomenonIn 1911, researchers begin taking special interest in a horse owned by a German mathematician named Von Osten. The horse, aptly named Clever Hans, was reported to able to count, add,... View More
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