Sam Arnold

Sam Arnold
Sam Arnold, PES, CSCS, CSPS, CSC, has been in the healthcare, fitness, and sports performance fields for over 12 years. While studying Exercise Science at the University of Pittsburgh, he gained early exposure in physical and cardiac rehab settings as well as pediatric and adult weight management research facilities. Since 2015, Sam has been co-owner and Training Development Director at SHAPE Training in Pittsburgh, PA. In May 2021, he will obtain his Masters of Science from the California University of PA in Performance Enhancement & Injury Prevention as well as Sport Psychology. You can find more about Sam and his work via IG: sam_shapes_training Sam.arnold@shapetrain.com www.shapetrain.com

Recent Posts

Training Benefits wellness

5 Ways to Increase your Healthspan

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Throughout the pandemic, you have likely spent more time at home by yourself than you ever expected or wanted to. You almost certainly have needed a lift at one time or another. Given all the discussion of precautions, illness, and death, you may have ...
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Behavior Change

Bringing About Meaningful Behavior Change

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Meeting new people can lead to many things in life. For personal trainers and behavior change specialists specifically, the situation can offer up opportunities to network, connect with someone in a new field or part of town, and potentially even gain a ...
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Senior Fitness

Neuroplasticity and Exercise: We Are Wired to Fire

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Sam Arnold
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At our core, humans are integrated neuromuscular movers, in that the nervous and muscular systems must work together to drive movement. It is essential to note that the brain and individual structures, systems, and pathways presented therein directly ...
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CPT

Methods for Training Athletes: Build on Strengths & Bring Up Weaknesses

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Sam Arnold
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WHY SHOULD ATHLETES TRUST THEIR PERSONAL TRAINER? Working with an athlete to achieve on-field success can be one of the most intimidating and complicated tasks for a young trainer to master. There are so many training methods available that “analysis ...
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