It’s often the case that when people start a fitness program they go all out and end up doing exercises or programs that are well above where they really should be starting. This can lead to frustration but worse yet, it can lead to injury. Finding out your proper starting fitness level is the first step to engaging in an appropriate program. There are a couple tests that trainers will use to determine this for you.
This is part of a series of posts I've written about the simple tests a TPI pro can do with you to identify your golf strengths and weaknesses. This test is designed to find any limitations in your shoulder mobility, and it's call the 90/90.
Here's how to do it:
Posted by Jeff Miller @ Tuesday, May 03, 2016 @ 14:10pm
More than a third of Fortune 500 companies offered executive physicals to their C-suite in 2013. This premium health care offering is growing even as companies cut other executive benefits across the board. Busy entrepreneurs, too, are increasingly recognizing the value of putting their own health first and investing in the executive physical experience. In the age of business class downgrades, why is the VIP physical growing?
Posted by Karen Cole @ Monday, February 22, 2016 @ 00:18am
While there’s something to be said for relaxing underneath a poolside cabana with a frozen drink in your hand, isn’t a lazy vacation a bit overrated? For fitness enthusiasts everywhere, dream vacations don’t happen poolside. They take place in exotic locations with scenic hiking trails, rigorous cycling routes, and breathtaking views. If that sounds like your idea of vacation, you’ll want to check out the following destinations.
So much for September. Hello Halloween. Although it is a goal of mine to write more often, I only do when I am inspired AND make the time (aka make it a priority). Truth quote: "there are no excuses OR reasons, only priorities." Food for thought: will power doesn't exist and behavior change is accomplished when you believe that your efforts are worth it (aka belief leads to change).
When we think of modifications it is often from a specific point of view.... “I have something going on that makes my usual practice/workout painful or inaccessible, so how do I work around it”. When a trainer or instructor first learns how to teach or train they generally will learn about common conditions and how they effect the body, and specific ways to 'modify' to those conditions. This is all very helpful.