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Speed, Agility and Quickness: SAQ for You

…implemented 2-3 times/week into an existing workout or as a stand-alone workout with a warm-up and cool down. [caption id="attachment_3336" align="aligncenter" width="540"] (For exercise how-to details, see bottom of page.)[/caption] A change of workout regimen will break up the monotony of the…

30 Minute Workout Programs for Busy Clients

Here’s a quick 30-minute workout that will get clients on the road to fitness! The biggest excuse people give for not working out is, “I don’t have time!” Of course, as a fitness professional, you know that time is not a viable excuse. We have to make time to keep our bodies healthy. People are…

Spice Up Your Client's Workout

…comes to training clients, variety is the spice of life! Workouts need to be new, challenging (within the physical capabilities of the individual of course) and fun to ensure long term success. There is a plethora of ways to tweak a workout and create a new challenge for your client, thus creating…

Boost Your Business

workouts or results on your site or on Facebook. Mix it up. Don't always make your sales efforts about you; instead show what you can do for your clients. Communication The more you communicate, the more you share the better," Jashinsky says. Quick texts telling clients "great job" or "good workout"

Utilizing a Total Body Vertical Loading Approach for Personal Training Results

…client will feel the tempo of the program become more challenging. This will re-enforce their decision to hire a personal trainer to get the best workout possible. Benefits for the Personal Trainer From a trainer’s point of view, his or her objective is to motivate and encourage their clients to get…

Sample Power Training Spartacus Workout

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Get Fast: This SAQ workout will help clients fast-forward to the next level!

…loosen up any tight muscles. Then warm up with movements like the ones the client will be doing during the workout. For the warm-up drills here, and during all the movements in this workout, emphasize form in the upper and lower body. Have the ankles in dorsiflexion, especially with the lead leg.…

Exertional Rhabdomyolysis

By: Brian Sutton, MS, MA, NASM-CPT, CES, PES Exertional rhabdomyolysis results from the degeneration of skeletal muscle often caused by excessive exercise (1,2). When skeletal muscle membranes are damaged, their intracellular contents enter the bloodstream and can cause potentially serious side…

The Best Holiday Workouts When You’re Short on...

The Best Holiday Workouts When You’re Short on Time! Too much hustle and bustle getting in the way of a workout? That is no excuse! Here are two holiday workouts in two convenient time-frames that will fit into anyone’s schedule and can be performed just about anywhere. http://bit.ly/1xlme2g

Discover how to adjust workouts for clients with...

Discover how to adjust workouts for clients with exercise-induced asthma (EIA). EIA is most common in those who already have asthma. Being out of shape is a risk factor, no matter what your age. Pollen, pollution, weather, respiratory infections, and sinus troubles from allergies can aggravate EIA.…

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