Trainer Q&A: What Should I Wear to an Interview?
Fitness experts answer questions about what to wear to a personal-training interview
Hand Position Changes That Bring Results
Changing clients’ hand positioning can prevent injuries and speed results.
NASM Personal Trainer Profile: Rick Richey, MS, LMT, NASM-CPT, CES, PES
Owner of the Independent Training Spot in New York City, Faculty Instructor for NASM, and Adjunct Faculty for California University of Pennsylvania’s Exercise Science and Sport Studies Department
What one headline-grabbing study into the benefits of organic foods really means for you.
Trainer Questions, Answered: How do you deal with clients who cancel sessions at the last minute?
Fitness experts answer questions about clients who cancel sessions at the last minute
Trainer Q&A: What You Need to Know About Testosterone Supplements
Fitness experts answer questions about clients asking about testosterone supplements
3 Facebook Mistakes Not to Make
Advice for personal trainers on Facebook Marketing
How to Find—and Work With—the Right Marketing Pro
Advice for personal trainers on how to find and work with the right marketing pro
Expert Advice for Creating Online Workout Videos
Insider knowledge on creating powerful virtual-training videos.
Trend Line: Fitness Facts Worth Sharing Now
Research shows how exercise can help your clients’ resolutions to …
Learn the Latest On Altitude Training
Simulated altitude training can help boost performance. Here are some unique ways to do it.
Why You Should Vary Your Speed While Weightlifting
Tempo matters—especially when it comes to getting the most benefit from weightlifting.
A 9-Exercise Body-Weight Workout
Give your clients an effective outside-the-gym workout with these body-weight-focused moves.
How to Adjust Workout Programs for Clients with Diabetes
There are more than 29 million Americans with diabetes, including more than 8 million who are undiagnosed; more than one in three people have prediabetes. In other words, it’s highly likely that you’ll encounter clients with this serious health condition. No chart can substitute for thorough knowledge of a condition, but these insights, from Nathan Moore, NASM-CPT, of the South Yuba Club in Grass Valley, Calif., who has type 1 diabetes, and Joanne Duncan-Carnesciali, NASM-CPT, CES, PES, an ACSM Registered Clinical Exercise Physiologist and diabetes educator in New York City, can help guide your work when a client has diabetes.
For American Heart Month, increase your heart knowledge with insights into how exercise impacts your ticker, how to measure fitness through heart rate, and top cardio concerns that trainers should know about.
Fitness can change lives—but it can take outside-the-box thinking to help others see that it’s true. Is it time that you reached a broader community? These three trainers show how it can be done.
The Resolution Solution: Avoid Mistakes, Find Success
Help clients achieve their New Year’s goals with these never-quit tips.
Rise of the Body-Weight Workout
These equipment-free, do-anywhere workouts are exploding in popularity for good reason—they work. Here’s how to put them to use for you and your clients.
NASM is offering 0.1 CEUs from the March/April 2015 issue for $15!