To Eat Better, Don’t Pump Up the Jams

No wonder people tend to order fried wings and other nutritional duds at rowdy sports bars. A recent study from the University of South Flor...

How to Implement Corporate Wellness Programs

Corporate wellness is the “elephant in the room” in our industry. You can ignore it. You can dance around it and say it’s ...

Injury Prevention for Snowboarders

Over the past few decades, snowboarding has quickly become one of the fastest-evolving and most popular winter season sports. The impressive combination of power, velocity and technique makes this act...

Find success for your personal training business

If you want to know how to become a successful personal trainer and influential leader to your clients, you need to invest in yourself as a ...

Less Netflix, More Exercise

If you want to help your clients find more time to exercise, try asking them how much time they spend watching Netflix. An analysis by t...

Six Tips for Avoiding Holiday Weight Gain

No one wants to gain weight during the holidays, but it’s difficult to turn down all that scrumptious food and drink—and you sho...

Make It! Eat It! Share It!

T o keep blood pressure numbers from boiling over, it might be a good idea to tame the flame when preparing meat, chicken and fish, accordi...

Overcoming the Couch Potato Urge

The challenge for fitness pros is making training both effective and pleasurable, particularly for new clients who want to get active but ma...

Mental Fatigue and Endurance Performance

New studies are providing growing evidence for how mental training and mindset relate to athletic performance.

Highly Fit Women and Dementia

Middle-aged women with high cardiovascular fitness levels were almost 90% less likely to develop dementia in older age than women with moder...

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