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Tips for Passing the NASM Certified Personal Trainer Exam 4th Edition

…is a deep and passionate desire to learn. That said, the following tips should help you maximize the time spent on the course materials. ***This is not an exhaustive list. * Study away from distractions. * Use all of the study aids provided. * Watch the online Flash presentations for module 1.…

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The Halloween Survival Guide: Five Practical Tips to Survive the Candy Night of Terror

…consumption (3). From Skittles to Three Musketeers, this morbid ingredient is found in an assortment of Halloween products and should be avoided. Tips to Avoid the Candy Crave For those who get an uncontrollable sweet tooth around Halloween, there are practical ways to avoid eating candy, even when…

Breaking Your Weight Loss Plateau – One Simple Tip to Reignite Your Program

…this has lead researchers to find alternative solutions. One of the first landmark studies to demonstrate the importance of standing and moving about was published by Katzmarzyk and colleagues in 2009 (1). Their study examined mortality data over a 12-year period with over 17,000 subjects ranging…

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Simple Nutritional Strategies – Part 2

…leads to increased consumption of calories. In an M&Ms® study that compared 7 colors versus 10 colors, those with more choices ate 43 more M&Ms® (99 v. 56), although every color tastes the same (12). Likewise, in a Jelly Beans® study comparing mixed colors versus one color, those eating the…

Stay Fit This Winter With Cross-Country Skiing

…single hour of a cross-country skiing workout, which is perfect for combating those large meals eaten over the winter holiday season (5). Another study investigated the correlation between high intensity cross-country skiing and key components of aerobic performance. It was found that cross-country…

Simple Nutritional Strategies – Part 1

…using Chex Mix® served in various sized bowls found that individuals consumed 59% more calories when eating out of the larger bowls (5). Another study using 5-day old popcorn (described as tasting like Styrofoam®) also found that even with horrible-tasting food, people eating out of the larger…

What a Pain in the... Joint: Training Guidelines for Arthritic Clients

…cure for osteoarthritis and since pain is alleviated with rest, many of those afflicted tend to avoid regular exercise for fear of pain. A recent study on aerobic and resistance exercise shows that older adults who exercise are effectively able to relieve arthritic pain and improve joint function…

This Season’s Nutrition Spotlight: Sweet Potatoes!

…disease(2). White potatoes got their bad reputation with a high GI score of 84, while a sweet potato (baked) has only a medium GI score of 64. A recent study by Allen, Corbitt, Maloney, Butt, & Truong (2012), evaluated how cooking and preparation techniques could potentially impact the GI score…

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