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Are There Best Foods for the Job?

While there may very well be several tools to get a particular job done, typically we seek the one that will deliver optimal functionality, ...

Tips on Getting Online Reviews: Yelp, Facebook, Google

What’s the first thing people do when they decide to get in shape and join a gym? They turn to social media to ask for recommendations...

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...

How Social Media Influences the Food Message

Social media serves many purposes, one of which is to share everyday experiences with friends, family, clients and even the wider world. Eat...

Food Trends: A Healthy Dozen

Have you tried chips made from cricket flour yet? Yes, those crickets. Insects. Perhaps you’ve sipped a smoothie made with macadamia m...

Personal Trainers Collaborating With Allied Health Professionals

As personal trainers gain more professional stature with the allied medical community, they will need to know how to collaborate better with physical therapists, medical doctors and others. Here are s...

Savasana—Bliss or Blooper?

Done well, a final savasana can be integrative and healing; even for pros, however, good intentions sometimes backfire. Here, successful pro...

Canned Food–BPA Link Confirmed

A collaborative study by the Johns Hopkins Center for a Livable Future and the Stanford Prevention Research Center has shown that eating can...

Is Your Knowledge of Squats Out of Date?

“Deep squats are bad for the knees!” Chances are you’ve heard this advice and maybe even given it to your clients. I know that for many years in my career I’ve been guilty of...

Nutrition by the Handful: An Alternative to Counting Calories

As a fitness professional or nutrition coach, you know calories matter. Fundamentally, human body weight is controlled by energy balance&mda...

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