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Eight Fascinating Facts About Fascia

Fascia has been enjoying the limelight in the fitness industry as one of the hottest topics in recent conference programming, workshops and ...

Three Self-Care Moves for Sleep

It should be easy: A person works a full day, drops into a vigorous boot camp after work, and then falls into bed exhausted, but satisfied. She’s asleep in minutes, right? That would be nice, bu...

A Best Exercise for Improved Jump Performance?

Do you work with individuals who want to improve jump performance? Perhaps it’s time to introduce the dead lift into your client&rsquo...

Four Nutrition Myths that are Bad for Your Health

We all want to eat well and choose the healthiest eating plans, but separating nutrition fact from fiction can be tricky. Here are some persistent nutrition myths I often hear from friends, family and...

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The Science of Fat Burning

Fat may seem like the enemy of civilized people—especially sedentary ones. Yet we cannot live without it. Fat plays a key role in the structure and flexibility of cell membranes, and it helps re...

Hip Stretches for Men

Many men struggle with inflexibility and diminished joint range of motion, especially as they age, and stretching is often the most poorly p...

Anaerobic Training: Program Design

Most personal trainers design anaerobic workouts for their clients—it is an innovative strategy that helps many people reach their goals. Competitive athletes have been training anaerobically fo...

5 Tools for Personal Trainers on Facebook

Facebook is one of the largest online social networking sites, with over 1.11 billion users, making it the platform of choice to reach consu...

The Mythology of Modern-Day Dieting

Whether it was Rita Mae Brown or Albert Einstein who first said it, the quote “Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again an...

How Exercise Helps Depression and Anxiety

“I’ve been active much of my life but have also struggled with depression from a young age,” says Kris Cameron, ACE-certif...

Excessive Thoracic Kyphosis: More Than Just Bad Posture

Excessive thoracic kyphosis (ETK) is a disproportionate forward rounding or curvature of the middle and upper back, also known as the thorac...

Warm Up by Rolling Out

If you’re looking for a fresh, effective way to help your group participants move better, why not include foam rolling in your next cl...

Foam Roller Warm-Up

If you’re looking for a fresh, effective way to help your group participants move better, why not include foam rolling in your next cl...

Self Myofascial Release Without the “Ouch!”

The condition of our connective tissue depends on two factors—how old we are and what we have done in our lives to keep our tissue hea...

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