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Back pain is one of the most common reasons Americans take sick days. Here, two NASM Corrective Exercise Specialists (NASM-CES) share the perpetrators of the pain and how you can help keep your clients working—and working out.
NASM Master Trainers share what makes the Master Trainer Summit a powerful experience.
Add even more relevance to your routines by integrating apps your clients are likely already using.
How you market yourself can fast-forward your career.
Signs of wear and maintenance advice for frequently used gym equipment.
Camera shy? Here’s how to get over it and land an on-camera interview.
What’s the right way to talk to clients about nutrition—and when is it time to enlist outside help?
Half are available for under $50—and can make a noticeable difference in your programs.
Expert advice to turn the blue thumbs-up into more green.
An NASM Master Trainer shares his best advice for working with older clients.
*Until They See the Results—Then They Just Love Them
Power and explosive strength are important to virtually every client. Here, two NASM Performance Enhancement Specialists (NASM-PES) share how to deliver both.
Surveys show female health club membership is on the upswing, but women still visit less often than men. Here’s how to tap into this growing market and keep them coming back for more.
Fitness experts answer common personal trainer questions.
Research news and statistics that show the benefits of health and fitness.
Updates from the Sports Medicine Research Lab at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
How clean eating can fit with clients’ workouts.
The basic push-up is a classic all-in-one exercise. ILLUSTRATIONS BY MCKIBILLO
Your female clients are at an increased risk of ACL injuries. Here’s how to protect them.
Boost your social-media output! Copy and paste these client-friendly, ready-to-share Tweets and Facebook posts.
Women make up the majority of new health club members, but they continue to be misunderstood, even by professional sporting organizations.
Take your female clients’ strength and fitness to new heights with this hormone-timed full-body powerhouse workout.
Whether your client gave birth six weeks or six years ago, follow these guidelines and exercises to restore functional strength to the core (the diaphragm, pelvic floor, tummy and stabilizing muscles).