FF112016
Jan. 1 2016
This exercise will facilitate improved thoracic spine rotation while promoting optimal overhead shoulder mobility... 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
2015yearend
Dec. 20 2015
The way you start the year – specifically the first quarter – will largely dictate how the rest of the year will be... View More
FFsingleleg2
Dec. 15 2015
This exercise will facilitate closed chain hip stability and open chain hip flexor strength... View More
blog.3238.0
Dec. 15 2015
Potential clients love to see what trainers have to say and to see if their content aligns with their beliefs. Now is a perfect time to start spreading your message via a blog... View More
pie_deporte
Dec. 10 2015
Have you ever truly reflected on this question: Have I mastered the basics yet?... View More
ThinkstockPhotos-179484917
Dec. 1 2015
"Hire slow. Fire fast." Probably one of the most well-known pieces of advice you'll hear from any experienced employer... 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
highfive
Nov. 15 2015
Several scientific research articles state that when a person is touched by a person they trust, it elevates oxytocin levels and decreases the stress related hormones... View More
heartbeat.3239.widea.0
Nov. 15 2015
Fitness technology is evolving rapidly and heart rate variability (HRV) is at the forefront of a wave of new tech gadgets that are poised to change the way we monitor fitness... 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
TrainingWheels
Nov. 1 2015
The word 'non-negotiable' insinuates exactly that: it's non-negotiable. I've found that integrating a few non-negotiables in both my personal life as well as in the professional realm for my business keep... View More
5mistakes
Nov. 1 2015
Whether you are a newly certified personal trainer, or a veteran in the industry, be sure these common mistakes don't destroy your business... 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
fit_words
Oct. 15 2015
Before determining how to most effectively communicate with your clients, you first must understand your client on a level they may not even know... View More
trainertalk
Oct. 15 2015
Want a fresh approach for clients? Focus on more than fitness and nutrition. Fitness is simply the vehicle we use to improve people... 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

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