If (but, of course, not only if) you have a naturally aggressive client looking to lose weight or boost his fitness, you can address both issues simultaneously by having him don a pair of boxing gloves.
By Jennifer Kofoed and Len Kravitz, PhD
ACSM Review: Progression Models in Resistance Training
Following some special guidelines can help you maximize the benefits of resistance training for your healthy adult clients.
has been shown to be task-specific; muscular performance adaptation is influenced by movement patterns and performance speed and specific to the stimuli applied t...
Visit with two fitness pros who share their personal experiences designing fitness programs for people in wheelchairs.
B Y S A R A H MCK E C H N IE , MA
Fitness Meets Special Needs
ith the United States undergoing a major revolution in the focus of national health care, fitness professionals have a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to act as agents of change. In the recent report Healthy People 2010...
By Pam Pedlow, MHK
Focus on Eccentric Training
Add a new dimension to your clients' programs with a training method that is effective and efficient.
ince the typical client's number-one excuse for not exercising is usually "lack of time," what personal trainer would not be happy to find a more efficient form of exercise to incorporate into clients' programs? Eccentric training m...
A Model for Communicating With Physicians
Build credibility with physicians and allied health providers by furnishing essential reporting tools for the referral process.
Consult Your Physician Before Embarking on an Exercise Program. How many times have you seen this disclosure pasted on a piece of exercise equipment or flashed on the television during an infomercial for a new exercise program or ...