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30 Minute Workout Programs for Busy Clients

…skip those exercises in the short workouts. * Cool your client down with flexibility. We suggest using static stretches to help restore proper length-tension relationships in the tissues and avoid future muscle imbalances. Whether your client is a beginner, an intermediate exerciser, or an advanced…

Resistance Training Tips

…* 6-minute warm-up and balance training (stabilization). * Short transition. * 6-minutes of various lower-extremity strength exercises (e.g., dumbbell squats, body weight side lunges) performed as a small circuit or superset (i.e., two exercises performed in succession before taking a rest…

Regression Strategies: Are your workouts too advanced for your clients?

…such as “why did you choose that exercise for this individual?” or “did you perform an assessment on this client?” Trainers must be experts on exercise technique and what I like to call the Art of Exercise Regression. Sure, it’s really easy to make exercises more difficult. Most educational programs…

Spice Up Your Client's Workout

…require improvements in their ability to stabilize themselves before advancing to higher intensity/heavier training. Applying this slight modification to the thousands of exercises that are out there has now just given you three times the number of exercises already in your tool box! So what are…

Balance Training

Balance Training

…narrated presentation with training videos * Printable training manual * Online CEU exam Explore and master more than 100 exercises for optimizing balance and stability of the kinetic chain! You'll learn how to assess balance and in the process discover how to build and implement balance-training…

Price: $49.00

Core Training

Core Training

…* Online narrated presentation with training videos * Printable training manual * Online CEU exam Discover how to design and implement core-stabilization exercises for improved health and performance including progressions using stability balls, tubing, cables, foam rolls, medicine balls and more!

Price: $49.00

Introduction to Personal Fitness Training

Introduction to Personal Fitness Training

…the perfect course for you.By taking and completing this online course, you will learn: * Basic exercise physiology and biomechanics * Various types of training, including: flexibility, stabilization, resistance, and cardiorespiratory * How to administer various health and fitness assessments * How…

Price: $99.00

Utilizing a Total Body Vertical Loading Approach for Personal Training Results

…and joint stability, and muscular endurance. For individual programming purposes, first perform a comprehensive warm-up. Then perform the following program in two successive circuits with as little rest as possible between exercises. Body Part Exercise Reps Sets Rest Chest Stability Ball DB Chest…

Developing Power in Everyday Athletes with Plyometrics.

…joint stability and range of motion. Plyometric drills may not be suitable for those with chronic or limiting conditions (1,2). Following the NASM Optimum Performance Training ™ (OPT™) model, plyometric exercises progress from stabilization (e.g., squat jump with a 3-5 second stabilization hold on…

Top Three Postural Problems Caused by Sitting and How to Fix Them

…trapezius and levator scapulae muscles and weakness in the deep cervical stabilizers. Over time, this posture can lead to neck pain and even headaches. Like the two previous distortions, stretching and strengthening exercises can help improve this condition. First, release the upper trapezius and…

Slam Dunk

…and eccentrically loading the muscles, stabilizing, and then releasing the stored energy with a concentric contraction, like the stretch and release of shooting an elastic band (4). Box jump-ups are an initial plyometric stabilization exercise that focuses on establishing landing mechanics,…

I Sit All Day Long and Everything Aches.

…forces. Studies have shown that patients with low back pain have altered firing patterns of their stabilizing muscles. The transverse abdominus or TA is known to be the first to fire and stabilize in preparation for movement of the trunk or limbs. (3) It’s been further shown that re-teaching local…

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