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

…hard to choose the right answer. Highlight key vocabulary terms as you read the text and try to use them in a sentence. * Take your time at the testing center and read each question thoroughly. Additional Resources * Exam Prep Page * CPT Assist eTeach * Live Workshop * Online Flashcards * Practice…

Wondering how long you have until you exam...

Wondering how long you have until you exam expiration date? You can check the expiration date for the test by accessing your NASM eLearning center here →NASM CPT 3 EXAM →At the bottom of the box you will see a green clock and the expiration date will be in red. You have 180 days from the date of…

Turmeric: Health Benefits Revealed

…conducted with a group of individuals from 60 to 90 years of age demonstrated that those who regularly consumed curry performed higher on cognitive tests as opposed to those who never or rarely ate curry (4). In India, where turmeric is regularly used in foods, the occurrence of Alzheimer’s disease…

Diving Deeper into the Squat: Common Misconceptions

…– to accommodate external rotation of the femur, the pelvis tilts anteriorly which changes lumbar spine alignment and may even alter the body’s center of mass leading to a loss of stability. * Just stand and externally rotate your thighs and notice the tension build up in your low back. As mentioned…

Running Shoe or Minimalist Shoe?

…30% of our gait cycle in the air (2 x 15% float phases – one for each leg) and land with our stance (support) leg positioned directly under our center of mass (COM) (4). This implies moving the stance leg further under the body in the frontal plane to maintain balance and avoid falling. To better…

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

…Guidelines for Exercise Testing and Prescription (9th edition). Baltimore, MD. Lippincott, Williams and Wilkins. * U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (2012). Anthropometric Reference Data for Children and Adults: United States, 2007 – 2010. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention,…

A Perspective on High-intensity Interval Training

…References: 1. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (2009). Injury episodes and circumstances: National Health Interview Survey, 1997-2007, Vital and Health Statistics, 10 (241). 2. American College of Sports Medicine, (2014). ACSM’s Guidelines for Exercise Testing and Prescription…

Exercise and Pregnancy: Physiological Changes and Exercise Programming

…and continues to climb into the third trimester. An increase of 10 to 15, even 20 beats per minute is normal. With this variability, using the talk test or ratings of perceived exertion (RPE) could be a better monitor of exercise intensity than using target heart rate (4,5). Blood volume increases…

High-Tech Yet Human: The Right Way to Use Health and Fitness Apps

…are five tips for strengthening both (and profiting from it). * DO A TECH CHECK Some people respond to technology better than others. Quillen “tests” potential clients during their initial consult. “If they say, ‘I’m too busy to eat breakfast,’ I’ll say, ‘Well, what if I give you a protein smoothie…

Healthy Summer BBQ Ideas: Time to Get Grilling!

…salad, avoid the temptation to add sugar and let your fruit’s natural sugars shine. For your veggie platter avoid placing a calorie-rich dip in the center, like ranch dressing. Instead opt for non-fat yogurt, hummus, or a dip made from low-fat cottage cheese (versus mayonnaise). Beyond side dishes,…

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