You’ve probably seen trainers and fitness enthusiasts using kettlebells but what exactly are their specific purposes?
For some, sugar is a staple. They believe a little goes a long way. For others, too much is never enough.
NASM Master Instructor Rick Richey continues his CPT 7 study guide, now in Domain III, with a review emphasis on these three major assessments.
What if we started our fitness classes by telling participants what they shouldn’t be doing… or, all the things they are doing wrong? Do you think they would be motivated? As fitness professionals we’re in the business of trying to make people feel ...
When it comes to exercise adherence, intrinsic motivation is a game changer. It strengthens our client's commitment to exercise and personalizes it to match their needs- helping them shift the focus from the way they look to the way they feel.
Grant Hill’s basketball timeline was filled with incredible personal and team accomplishments, but also several severe injuries during his storied career.
NASM Master Instructors Wendy Batts and Marty Miller take a deep dive inside the new release regarding new terminology, updated research, and program design changes.
Do you take care of your body before and after workouts to maximize performance and help achieve your fitness goals? For some, that’s a stretch.
Who’s ready for some fun in the sun? The season for taking advantage of the warm climate is here but that doesn’t mean it’s time to skip taking the proper precautions for your body.
Is personality fixed? Is intelligence the main driver of our success? Some might think so, but research supports that mindset has a more powerful impactful.