Dean Spiros | April 27, 2017

Moji Oluwa: From Olympic Weightlifter to Personal Trainer

Inspired by the likes of Arnold Schwarzenegger, Moji Oluwa developed a passion for strength and fitness at an early age and became a multifaceted success in the United States.

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Sarah Parker | April 25, 2017

Outdoor Boot Camp 101

Outdoor boot camps are hot in fitness right now. Training clients want variety and many are drawn to the challenge of a boot camp and the promise of fresh air and sunshine. To jump on this trend, you need to do a lot of planning. Let our boot camp expert guide you through the process with this handy guide to everything you need to know before hosting your first outdoor boot camp class.

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Dominique Groom | April 18, 2017

Is DOMS Cramping Your Client’s Style?

DOMS is also known as delayed onset muscle soreness. At some point, your clients will experience it and this may put a damper on your training plans and their success. Here’s all you need to know about DOMS and how to help your clients cope.

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Dr. Fred Hatfield | April 13, 2017

How to Train with Intensity

In every gym where you've worked out, you have probably seen the ugly grimaces of bodybuilders engaged in what looks like maximum effort under heavy iron.

If you could look into the minds of these bodybuilders, you could find out if they were truly involved in high-intensity training because...

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Dean Spiros | April 6, 2017

Jason Vaught - On Becoming a Personal Trainer and Business Owner

Jason Vaught knows what it takes to make a change, and BE the change. Transforming his own body through research and practice, he pursued an ISSA education to learn the science behind his transformation and to start a business helping others. Jason found his real passion helping people discover the deeper meaning behind their desired transformation and now coaches clients in behavioral nutrition.

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People with Seizures Can Train: Here’s How to Do it Safely

Getting fit at the gym and working with a trainer should not be limited to people who have no health issues. Everyone can work out and should work out, right? What about people who are prone to having seizures. These can be dangerous, especially in a crowded gym full of people and equipment. As trainers, we accommodate all of our clients’ special needs. Here’s how to work safely with an epileptic client.

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Camy Kennedy | March 28, 2017

Why You Should Choose Intensity over Duration

Do your clients understand that less is more according to the latest research science? Do they know that pounding it out for hours on the treadmill is not the most effective way to burn calories and build muscle? If your clients want results fast, you need to convince them to ditch the extra workouts and stick to short, intense routines. Here’s how to make your case.

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Alexander Van Houten | March 23, 2017

What everybody ought to know about exercise and growing connections in the brain

What are your training sessions doing to your client’s brain? Only good things research tells us.  According to sports science, the brain gets a workout every time we challenge our bodies. You can actually train your client’s brain to learn better and improve the willpower when training the body.

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Dr. LeRoy Perry | March 20, 2017

The Decompression Advantage

If you knew of an exercise that not only decompresses and strengthens your spine and back, but also increases the athletic performance of you and your clients, would you do it and recommend it?

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Josh Bryant | March 14, 2017

Jump on the BANDwagon

Here’s why you need to forget the naysayers and introduce your clients to the resistance band…

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