Brian Schiff

Brian Schiff, PT, OCS, CSCS, is a licensed physical therapist, respected author and fitness professional. Currently, he serves as the supervisor for Raleigh Orthopaedic Performance Center (formerly EXOS at Raleigh Orthopaedic). Brian conducts live continuing education webinars and presents nationally at professional conferences and seminars on injury prevention, rehab and sport-specific training.
Dec. 5 2008
Execution Begin with a light to moderate dumbbell or kettlebell in the hand opposite the stance leg. Keeping the shoulder blades squeezed together, back flat, chest out and head up at all times, slowly... View More
Nov. 18 2008
Execution Begin in a traditional push-up position with one foot positioned on top of the other heel. Slowly lower down maintaining a flat back (abs tight) until the upper arm is at or near parallel... View More
Nov. 17 2008
The demand for Pilates programs in fitness facilities has grown rapidly over the past decade with 10.7 million North American participants a year. This is an extraordinary increase of 602% since 2001.... View More
Nov. 17 2008
Pilates has grown exponentially over the past decade in and around the club scene – fulfilling the needs of regular exercisers, athletes, rehab clients and even children. Basically anyone who desires... View More
Nov. 6 2008
Functionally Fit, PFPs newest e-newsletter column, is a series of tips to keep your clients routines fresh, exciting, but more importantly, effective. Check in every month to read Brians newest tip. This... View More
Sept. 8 2008
Standing out in the fitness industry today is a must, if you want to make fitness a full-time career. So many young trainers get into the industry assuming they will be successful financially simply because... View More
March 17 2008
In the increasingly competitive fitness industry today, an emerging client is the injured athlete. Whether discussing an adolescent soccer player recovering from a knee injury or the middle-aged adult... View More

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