Equipment – Personal Training
Researchers have developed sensors that can be used in activity trackers and health monitoring devices that are made from natural ingredients.
A certified health coach and behavior change specialist reviews research about the effectiveness of behavior change apps.
Programming tips to help seniors age not just with grace but with strength through free-weight training and machine-based training.
Attention avid runners who are game for something different: Consider adding jump roping to your weekly routine!
Combining these modes of training to create a body-weight HIIT exercise program has proven benefits we’ll explore below.
Wearable activity trackers encourage people to walk up to 40 minutes more per day, leading to more weight loss over 5 months.
Wearables and the fit tech data they produce have become an opportunity to deepen the client and fitness professional relationship.
Increases in fitness participation after COVID-19 restrictions lifted included treadmill use, cross training and stair climber use.
Recent testing conducted by the Center for Environmental Health in Oakland, California, discovered high BPA levels in athletic clothing.
Tight hip flexors can have a negative impact on the body, affecting things like pain, injury, stress, posture, movement and performance. It’s likely that you’ll work with clients affected by tight hip flexors, giving you a unique opportunity to share knowledge and create better routines that set them up for long-term success.
Vibration foam rolling (VFR) reduces muscle stiffness and increases joint range of motion more effectively than static stretching (SS).
Here’s a peek into that world where the mind can explore new ways of approaching classic formats; where your imagination can stretch along with your body; and where your spirit can soar through pure and powerful inspiration that nourishes the soul.
To improve muscular endurance with kettlebell training, a periodized 6-week program produced more improvement than a nonperiodized one.
Can fitness professionals use heart rate variability data to help clients fine-tune their workouts and their all-important recovery?
Your clients may soon be able to use a shirt or pair of pants as an effective alternative to a wrist-worn activity tracker.
Obesity is a complex disease with many underlying factors and causes. The oversimplification of weight loss that many coaches and trainers subscribe to (“move more and eat less”) tends to blame clients for lacking self-control, being…
Researchers have developed a system of leg trackers, in contrast to those worn on the wrist, that’s more accurate at monitoring activity.
Researchers have developed a method to leverage fitness tracker data to create tailored digital messages specific to the wearer.
The TRX Bandit is a universal-fit, ergonomic handle that attaches to one or more strength bands to improve comfort, control and performance.
Many believe that specialty apparel improves performance. New findings show that compression socks also offer beneficial sensory feedback.