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9 Ways to Retain New Clients

As personal trainers and athletic coaches, we can greatly increase our chances for success if we develop long-term client relationships. Thi...

5 Tips to Enhance your Client Journey

By Trever Ackerman, Chief Marketing Officer of Fitness Together®, a one-on-one private, personal training franchise focused on changing clients’ lives with improved fitness and health.

Tai Chi Improves Balance & Cognition

Why tai chi? In recent years, study after study has proven its benefits, yet most fitness professionals seem to know little about it. That&r...

Stuffed Portobello Burgers With Caramelized Onions

Fungi. Ewww. That’s true if it’s fuzz on your loaf of bread or mold in the corners of the gym shower. But mushrooms, redolent of...

What Are the Most Nutritious Eggs?

Question: What are the most nutritious eggs? There are so many kinds in the supermarket—brown, white, omega-3, free-range. Are there a...

Exercises for Clients with Osteoporosis

When working with any clients diagnosed with osteoporosis, you want to maximize the benefit, but you must also take care to avoid unnecessar...

Fit and Fat?

Weight loss may be the number-one goal for your clients, and if pounds don’t melt away quickly, some people may get discouraged and qu...

Hunger and Satiety Hormones High After Diet- and Exercise-Induced Weight Loss

Researchers are just beginning to understand why weight loss maintenance is so difficult. We know that at least part of the answer lies in metabolic changes that often accompany weight loss. For examp...

Bone Loss and Aging

Bone loss and aging are inseparable: “The skeleton is a systemically regulated mass of mineralized material that is born, grows, reach...

Bone Health in Women

Fitness professionals have to be aware of just how great the osteoporotic fracture risk is for women. Worldwide, osteoporosis affects 200 million women, and the lifetime risk of a hip fracture is 1 in...

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