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Sept. 1 2016
Mistakes commonly made by new fitness business owners may provide insight for those trying to grow their business... View More
fitnessassett
March 10 2016
The culture we’ve created in the fitness world is forever pulling us off center. If we don’t fight it we’ll lead our communities down the wrong path... View More
trainingcommunity
Feb. 10 2016
Stocking your fitness team with the 'right' people is key to your success... View More
Mentor
Jan. 10 2016
Self-awareness is the foundation and springboard for reinventing yourself as a trainer... View More
unstuck2
Jan. 1 2016
As with most things in life, there is an ebb and flow to when we feel “on” and then times when we feel stuck... View More
pie_deporte
Dec. 10 2015
Have you ever truly reflected on this question: Have I mastered the basics yet?... View More
thoracicspine
Dec. 1 2015
Thoracic kyphosis and limited thoracic spine extension is a common problem that often results from poor posture... View More
FFtallkneelingKBchest
Nov. 15 2015
Thoracic kyphosis and limited thoracic spine extension is a common problem that often results from poor posture. Limited thoracic spine extension restricts overhead shoulder mobility and this ca... View More
JumpStart
Nov. 10 2015
Your training career is a journey. And with every journey, there's a destination... View More
StraightArmPull
Nov. 1 2015
Upper trap dominance along with scapular dyskinesia is a common issue with clients performing repetitive overhead activities (throwing, swimming, tennis, lifting, etc). Poor mechanics may lead to rotator... View More
singlelegstick
Oct. 15 2015
Many athletes struggle to avoid valgus collapse with deceleration and cutting maneuvers. Another common mechanical error seen is landing or cutting too upright, thereby elevating risk for a knee injury... View More
2016anythingbutaverage
Oct. 10 2015
The law of average trainers usually reflects wishful thinking. On the flip side, anything but average trainers do what they know... View More
bowlersquat
Oct. 1 2015
Lower leg strength and dynamic balance asymmetries are prevalent in many clients depending on their leg dominance, activities, injury history and preferred movement patterns. Single leg strengthening is... View More
Brian_6
Sept. 15 2015
Strength asymmetries are fairly common in people, especially if they have suffered a prior injury or participate in repetitive activities and sports. Training lower the lower leg in a unilateral fashion... View More
FitnessBizGrowth
Sept. 10 2015
Growing our list of fitness clients is one of the most difficult challenges a leader can face in their career... View More
Brian_6
Sept. 1 2015
Thoracic kyphosis and latissimus tightness is a common presentation in many clients. Poor posture and the use of computers, tablets and phones and repetitive activity leads to this presentation. For overhead... View More
Brian_6
Aug. 15 2015
Rotational stability within the shoulders, torso and hips is critical for optimal performance in sport and injury prevention. Often, clients will exhibit asymmetries with respect to trunk stability with... View More
hourly_rate
Aug. 10 2015
Why follow the crowd and put less money in your pocket? Challenge the status quo when it comes to valuing your time... View More
Brian_6
July 15 2015
Most injuries in sport occur in the transverse plane. Poor rotational stability may contribute to increased injury risk with landing, cutting and pivoting activity. Identifying these imbalances and weaknesses... View More
bad-gym-expierience
July 10 2015
When the gym becomes a gathering place - a movement - it changes people's lives, and it changes the community it serves... View More

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