Personal Trainer Working with Client
Certified Personal TrainerFitnessFitness TipsNutrition

Keep up with the latest studies and news from the fitness and wellness industry. Check out these five articles in our roundup for this week: 1. Emotions in Motion: Exercise as an Anxiety Intervention Nearly 1 in 5 Americans have an anxiety disorder. That makes it the most common mental

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Personal Trainer Looking into Distance
Behavior Change and MotivationCertified Personal TrainerFitness

Exercise adherence and commitment vary from individual to individual. Some people have an easy time making exercise a regular habit, while others struggle to stay consistent and need a behavioral change. Some struggle due to barriers in their life despite their love for exercising. Others struggle because they do not

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Foods that Contain Omega-3
NutritionResearch Study

As a fitness professional, you’re likely familiar with exercise-induced asthma (EIA) or exercise-induced bronchoconstriction (EIB), which can cause symptoms like wheezing, coughing, shortness of breath or a tightness in the chest—particularly in cold, dry air. This type of air and the other fall asthma triggers (mold, colds and flu, pollen,

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NASM-CPT Podcast Ep. 12
Certified Personal TrainerFitnessFitness Tips

The first session with a new client (or as a new trainer) can be daunting. How do you start the session? What do we talk about? Should I refer them to a physician based on certain answers? What assessments should I perform? In this episode, Dr. Rick Richey takes us through his first

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Practicing Yoga Outdoors
Certified Personal TrainerFitnessFitness ProfessionalsWellness

In the gym, we expect to use our body’s full range of motion. In life, we’re entitled to a full range of emotions, too. Provided we’re able to express and manage our emotions appropriately, this is healthy. But for some people, emotions can affect health, well-being and self-care, including eating

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