October 19, 2018

Type IIa Muscle Fibers: Training for Explosiveness

As trainers we love those serious clients who really want to dig deep and take their training to another level. Find out how to better help these athletes train to muscle type and hit their power, strength, and speed goals.

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October 15, 2018

Exercises for IT band syndrome

The IT band is too often overlooked until it suddenly causes pain. Help your clients prevent IT band injury with a few simple exercises. And check out the “how to” handout you can give your clients to keep them on the right track.

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October 12, 2018

Speed and Agility – The How to for Everyday Athletes

How do you train clients for speed—is it enough to just go fast or do they need to go beyond basic forward movement? We’ll breakdown the differences between agility and speed to help you determine what works best for your clients’ goals. Plus, we’ve included a shareable list to use as a quick review with clients.

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October 8, 2018

The Crucial Role Vitamins Play in the Body

As trainers, we know how important vitamins are to good health and to fitness goals. You have a duty to help your clients reach that same level of understanding and to start eating their vegetables. Check out the sharable handout that will make this task easier.

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September 26, 2018

Aerobic vs. Anaerobic: How Do Workouts Change the Body?

Clients may resist certain types of workouts, like intense strength training or a slow run on the treadmill, but trainers know both aerobic and anaerobic exercises are beneficial. Get the quick and dirty guide explaining it to clients.

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September 21, 2018

What’s the Definition of Good Nutrition?

How do you define good nutrition? Hint: It’s not just calories in and calories out. We’ve broken down four steps to keep you and your clients focused on good nutrition in support of your long-term goals. Plus, you can download a cheat sheet to share with your clients so everyone stays track.

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September 17, 2018

My Journey from Morbidly Obese to Certified Trainer

At 38, Laurie Gouley had high blood pressure, cholesterol, glucose levels, anxiety, and depression. She made a decision to change her life and begin living. She joined a health coaching center, started her journey, and found ISSA - the certification that took her health to another level.

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September 14, 2018

Explaining Fats’ Function to Clients

Talking about dietary fat is just part of the job as a professional trainer. Here, we’ll review fats and the essential role they play in the health of your clients. This info, and the shareable infographic will help you give sound advice as a fitness and nutrition coach.

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September 7, 2018

The Do’s and Don'ts of Pregnancy Nutrition

Trainers working with pregnant clients are responsible for two people. Learn how to guide pregnant women to make better nutrition choices and use our simple “Do’s and Don'ts” handout to make it easier for them.

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September 6, 2018

Clients Ask: How Did I Get Metabolic Syndrome?

Metabolic syndrome is not something you catch and it’s not all a result of genetics. It’s widely prevalent among clients today and trainers should know the basics to effectively train people with this condition. Factors like stress, genetics, diet, and activity level impact its onset and remediation. Read through the tactics we recommend to help prevent metabolic syndrome. We’ve also included a sharable list of tips to help you and your clients live a healthy lifestyle.  

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