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April 8 2009
A thorough read, The Pain-Free Program is a great starting point for any fitness professional who would like to begin delving into the realm of corrective exercise. Written by 2009 PFP Trainer of the Year
March 10 2009
A helpful book for assigning clients workouts they can do at home, Fit in 5 offers up a variety of exercises and quick workouts that can be performed with minimal equipment. Focusing on five-, 10- and... View More
Feb. 10 2009
A great reference for those of us who don't specialize in yoga but want to use bits of it in our training repertoire, Beth Shaw's YogaFit features basic exercises, cuing on getting into the pose, holding... View More
Jan. 14 2009
A testosterone-laden read, this book is great for any trainer who has a client focused primarily on building an amazing chest, back and arms. You won't find many functional exercises, but you will find... View More
Dec. 30 2008
Selling Personal Training is a well-rounded primer on how to generate a clientele from the ground up. Written by industry veteran Casey Conrad, this book serves as both a jump-start for new trainers and... View More
Dec. 30 2008
Nancy Clark had been providing us with winning nutrition information for several decades. This book could be considered the "bible" for how to eat for active people. It covers the science of eating for... View More
Dec. 30 2008
Running - as a part of a cardio regimen, interval training or as a sport - is an integral part of any fitness program. So as trainers, we're often confronted with a variety of questions about running,... View More
Dec. 30 2008
This book covers age-appropriate activities and how to successfully set up the environment, equipment and drills so that children enjoy exercise and get the most valuable from their experience. Scott and... View More
Dec. 30 2008
A great gift for clients and a necessary reference for trainers, The CalorieKing Calorie, Fat & Carbohydrate Counter, 2008 Edition is an easy-to-use guide that quickly answers specific nutrition questions... View More
Dec. 30 2008
You will want to try these recipes for the delicious, nourishing, wholesome goodness. From buckwheat pancakes to southwestern turkey chowder, this book includes whole-grain recipes for everything from... View More
Dec. 30 2008
A quick primer to beginning and progressive kettlebell workouts, The Great Kettlebell Handbook is an easy reference that would be handy to have on any trainer's desk. In about 10 minutes, I pulled several... View More
Dec. 30 2008
As trainers, most of us have worked extensively with BOSUs; however, it's often necessary to incorporate new ideas to the countless BOSU exercises in our repertoire. Get on it! BOSU Balance Trainer offers... View More
Dec. 30 2008
The author of this book has 25 years of experience practicing and teaching whole-foods preparation, internal body detoxification, yoga and meditation. As a certified nutritional counselor, natural foods... View More
Dec. 30 2008
The best thing about this book is how easy it is to use. Loaded with complete workouts for all major sports, along with descriptions and pictures of individual exercises, this is a great reference for... View More
Dec. 30 2008
Dr. Singh presents simple steps for health that elude most of us. This book blends modern science and traditional philosophy for the essentials for mental, physical and spiritual health. This book is an... View More
Dec. 29 2008
This book is targeted to men and is based on hundreds of interviews with coaches, trainers and body builders. The workouts consist of three 30-minute workouts a week, and the diet is based on glycogen... View More
Dec. 29 2008
This manual shows how to use relaxation, reorganizing the mind, positive affirmations and visualization to help overcome cravings. Rob also covers overeating at meal times, the emotional discomfort of... View More
Dec. 29 2008
Gregg and Fatima expertly demonstrate both foundational as well as advanced combo exercises using a body bar. There is an excellent progression which starts with basic moves broken down in detailed descriptions... View More
Dec. 29 2008
This book is the bible for anyone wanting to not only survive but soar in the health club business. We all know retention is a major key to our success, yet many of us have dismal retention rates.... View More
Dec. 29 2008
This book not only provides a variety of indoor and outdoor exercise routines using various modalities, it includes activities for recovery, injury prevention and cross-training and sound nutritional advice... View More

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