Kyle Stull

Kyle Stull
Kyle Stull, DHSc, MS, LMT, NASM-CPT, CES, PES, NASM Master Instructor, is a faculty instructor for NASM. Kyle is also an Adjunct Professor for Concordia University Chicago.
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CES

Optimizing Thoracic Spine Mobility with Corrective Exercise

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Thoracic mobility has become a buzzword over the last several years. This is likely due to the constant barrage of messages dealing with functional movement and mobility versus stability, along with the increased popularity of many movement-based ...
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CPT Fitness Research Study Weight Loss

Research in Review: Will Weighing In Every Day Improve Weight Control Behaviors?

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With weight loss being one of the common goals for clients, will recommending a daily visit to the scale improve their results? See what this study found.
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CPT Research Study Sports Performance stretching Joint Health

Research in Review: SMR or Static Stretching for the ROM Win with Overhead Athletes?

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Does using self-myofascial release (SMR), static stretching, or a combination of both, improve range of motion (ROM) for overhead athletes? See what the results were for these softball players.
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CES

Exercises for Relieving Foot Pain

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Foot pain can be one of the most debilitating types of pain and discomfort for both the average individual and the athlete alike. To put it simply, when your feet hurt, everything hurts. The foot is essentially the
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Fitness

Research in Review: Does a Shortened Hip Flexor Limit the Hip Extensor and Lower Extremity Biomechanics?

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Using the overhead squat assessment as one of the series of assessments, this study examined the affect of hip flexor length on lower extremity strength, activation and biomechanics.
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CES CPT stretching

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Stretches: Corrective Exercise for the Wrist

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Wrist injuries are very common. This is especially true for those on the ice and snow, and also in wheeled sports and activities such as skating and skateboarding in more recent years. In fact, wrist injuries are the second most common type of upper ...
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CPT Research Study

Research in Review: What type of messaging gets students to exercise?

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Communicating what can be gained from exercising versus what might be lost from not exercising can impact participation.
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CPT Research Study

Research in Review: Do external cues help form exercise habits?

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See what types of cues can help make exercise a lasting habit.
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CPT Research Study

Research in Review: Will a single training session improve a client’s body image?

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Can a single session of resistance training or cardio improve a client’s body image? And if so, for how long?
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CPT Research Study Sports Performance

Research in Review: Full or Partial Back Squat- Which Activates the Muscles More?

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See how muscle activation differs (or doesn’t) between the partial and full back squat.
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