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Since 1987 the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) has been the global leader in delivering evidence-based certifications and advanced specializations to health and fitness professionals. Our products and services are scientifically and clinically proven. They are revered and utilized by leading brands and programs around the world and have launched thousands of successful careers.

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Sports Performance

Train Like an Elite Winter Athlete

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By Brian Sutton MS, MA, NASM-CPT, CES, PES The first Olympic Games can be traced back to 776 BC on the plains of Olympia (1). This year some of the world’s greatest athletes will gather to compete for winter gold. While much has changed since the ancient ...
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Fitness

Personal Trainers and the New Year’s Resolution Members

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By: Meredith Butulis, DPT, NASM-CPT, CES, PES, ACSM HFS, Balance Body Pilates Certified, Life Time Academy Instructor Are you prepared for the New Year’s Resolution clients? Are they really ready to commit to the fitness and health changes they’ve ...
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Fitness

Resistance Training Tips

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By Fabio Comana MS, MA, NASM-CPT, CES, PES Resistance training provides an almost endless list of benefits, including the preservation of, or an increase in muscle mass and bone density, and an elevated metabolic rate that effectively helps us burn more ...
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Fitness

Surviving Exercise in Cold Climates

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By Sam Hutchison CES, CPT, NASM-CPT The seasons have changed, and for some of us it means below freezing temperatures and snow on the ground—not the most ideal conditions for exercising and physical activity. Fortunately, you don’t have to limit yourself ...
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CES

Elbow Injuries in Throwing Sports

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 By Sam Hutchison NASM-CPT, CES, PES "In today’s highly competitive sports environment, elbow injuries are prevalent for overhead throwing athletes (i.e., baseball and football) at all levels of playing. Although this may be as mild as a sore elbow, it ...
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Workout Ideas for an Obese Client (Chart)

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CPT

Start Your Career in Personal Training with NASM

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 By Stacey Penney, MS, NASM-CPT, CES, PES, FNS Employment for personal trainers is expected to continue growing at a faster than average rate compared to other industries.
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Fitness Training Benefits

Physiological Consequences of Extreme Aerobic Activity

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By Brian Sutton MS, MA, PES, CES, NASM-CPT Most people are concerned with not getting enough exercise. But for some individuals the opposite may hold true. Some individuals exercise to extremes and may inadvertently be damaging their body. The old ...
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CES Training Benefits Women's Fitness Joint Health

Knee strength for females: Look to the hip for answers

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You can find more information on female-specific training within the Women's Fitness Specialist course. Did you know females are more susceptible to knee pain and injury than males? This is due to a number of reasons including: anatomical differences, ...
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CPT Fitness Training Benefits

Advanced Program Design: Optimizing performance by matching resistance and cardiovascular programs

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By Meredith Butulis DPT, MSPT, ACSM HFS, NASM-CPT, CES, PES, BBU Pilates Studio Certified, Life Time Academy Instructor Note: This article is for advanced program design and assumes a working knowledge of exercise physiology including energy systems, ...
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