CPT

Blood Flow Restricted Training: A Fringe Training Method or Effective Practice?

Nicole Golden
Nicole Golden
0
Blood flow restricted (BFR) training was initially developed in Japan in the 1960s and is also referred to as Kaatsu training. At first glance, BFR may appear to be an experimental and perhaps fringe training practice, yet it has received a lot of ...
Read More

Weight Loss Nutrition

10 Nutrition Myths You Would Do Best to Ignore

Jacqueline Kaminski
Jacqueline Kaminski
0
It's easy to become a victim to misinformation on the internet when thousands of hits populate every time you type a question into google. Unfortunately, when it comes to nutrition everyone thinks they are an expert — especially if they have personally ...
Read More

Weight Loss wellness Nutrition

How to Cut Weight Effectively: 8 Tips for Short-Term Weight Loss

Kinsey Mahaffey
Kinsey Mahaffey
0
Cutting weight may not be the answer for long-term weight loss goals, but if you’re looking to lose body fat and increase muscle mass for an event that’s 2-4 months away, then doing a cut might be a strategy for you to consider.
Read More

Nutrition Advice

The Best Protein Sources for Vegans and Vegetarians

Dr. Allison Brager
Dr. Allison Brager
0
Veganism has been a tremendously growing movement in recent years. Best-selling books & plant-based protein start-up companies, products, and nutrition courses have fueled its growth. Every kind of nutritional plan has its benefits and costs. Today, ...
Read More

wellness Nutrition

How To Clean Bulk - Bulking Up the Healthy Way

Brad Dieter
Brad Dieter
0
Bulking is a concept that has been around for several decades and is often used in the context of "cutting and bulking." Bulking refers to the strategy of intentionally consuming enough calories to be in a surplus to add muscle mass. Bulking usually ...
Read More

Weight Loss Nutrition

15 Foods High in Iron: Get Your Daily Values Efficiently

Jacqueline Kaminski
Jacqueline Kaminski
0
Iron is a mineral you often hear nutrition coaches and sports nutrition coaches advocate to get more of to avoid the risk of deficiency. But why? Why is this mineral so important and why should you make sure you’re getting adequate amounts in your diet?
Read More

NASM CPT Podcast Recovery

Do Massage Guns Work?

Rick Richey, MS
Rick Richey, MS
0
We’re introducing a new series on the “NASM-CPT Podcast” we like to call, “Do They Really Work?” Host, and NASM Master Instructor, Rick Richey will sift through his mail bag to give clarity to your questions. This episode focuses on massage guns, which ...
Read More

wellness OPT Model

NASM Guide to Pushups (Part 5): Building Maximal Strength and Power with Pushups

Kinsey Mahaffey
Kinsey Mahaffey
0
Welcome to part 5 of our push-ups series! If you’ve been following along, then you’ve already read about the importance of form and how to perform a push-up, ways to program and progress the push-up in Phases 1-3 of the OPT Model, and the importance of ...
Read More

CPT Workout Plans

Bro Splits - What Are They & Are They Effective?

Brad Dieter
Brad Dieter
0
Bro science. This is a term we hear mentioned quite often in the fitness world. It refers to the concept that some ideas are viewed as true in the bodybuilding and weightlifting world, despite there not being good evidence to support it.
Read More

wellness spotlight

6 Practical Steps to Manifesting

Dana Bender
Dana Bender
0
In the plethora of information available on the internet, finding concrete and user-friendly information on how to make a life change or successfully work towards a new goal can be overwhelming. The good news is that working towards your intentions does ...
Read More
1 2 3 4 5