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7 Keys to Outstanding Boomer Workouts

Do you teach or train generally healthy, moderate- to high-functioning baby boomers? Or are you thinking of directing more of your efforts t...

Couch Potatoes: Increased Risk of Dementia?

Now there’s one more reason to exercise. Sedentary older adults with no genetic risk factors for dementia may be just as likely to dev...

Four Strategies to Make More Money Now

The fitness profession is often seen as a labor of love; many entrepreneurs go into this business motivated to help others live healthier, h...

Is Your Training Space Repelling Potential Clients?

Have you ever considered that your personal training space is the reason your business suffers? You sit there, scratch your head and thin...

How to Achieve a Winning Mindset

The 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro are long over. But for a moment, I want you to think back to the events that especially inspi...

Sleep Less, Eat More?

If your clients are trying to lose or maintain weight, let them know about this new research. Sleeping too little may lead to eating more th...

Latest Research on Cancer and Exercise

Cancer can be deadly. However, research is showing promising data on how physical activity helps the body and mind heal—and prevent

When to Progress, When to Regress

Establish a Baseline Before you can even think about progressing a client, you first need to establish a baseline. Every trainer should hav...

Crystal-Clear Cuing for Indoor Cycling

Walk by any indoor cycling studio when a class is in session and you're likely to hear a variation of the following: "I want ever...

Test Your Weight Bias

Weight bias (aka weight stigma) has been defined as “the social devaluation and denigration of people perceived to carry excess weight...

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