Brian Sutton, MA, MS, CSCS, NASM-CPT, CNC, CES, PES
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Brian Sutton, MA, MS, CSCS, NASM-CPT, CNC, CES, PES

Brian Sutton is a 20-year veteran in the health and fitness industry, working as a personal trainer, author, and content manager. He’s earned an MA in Sport Management from the University of San Francisco, an MS in Exercise Science from the California University of Pennsylvania, and several certifications from NASM and NSCA. He’s was an adjunct faculty member for California University Pennsylvania (2010-2018) teaching graduate-level courses in Corrective Exercise, Performance Enhancement, and Health and Fitness and currently serves as a Content and Production Manager for NASM.

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The Most Simple and Effective Arm Exercises Are you looking for stronger, more defined arms — the type of arms you can show off? If toned and sculpted arms are what you’re looking for, try these strength training arm exercises. Anatomy Review But before we get started with the exercises,

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CES

Muscles don’t work alone to create movement. They work together in synergies to create coordinated movements. Here we’ll identify the four muscle subsystems, discover how these synergies work together, and how to select exercises for developing optimal performance. 

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CESWinter Sports

Figure skaters are grace and skill on ice. These athletes’ determination, athleticism, and work ethic cannot be overstated, as the sport of competitive figure skating is both physically and mentally demanding. It is through undeniable grit, dedication, and hundreds, if not thousands, of hours on the ice that these athletes

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Winter Sports

Hockey is arguably the quintessential competitive sport of the cold weather season. Here we’ll discuss the unique demands of ice hockey and how sports performance professionals can safely and effectively implement conditioning programs to maximize an athlete’s performance on the ice.

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Certified Personal TrainerNewsletterSports Performance

Olympic lifts and their variations have long been used as a strengthening technique to enhance sports performance.

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