Podcast

Fitness and Wellness Class: Talk to the Foot, Powered by Vibram®

National Academy of Sports Medicine
National Academy of Sports Medicine
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In this episode learn why it’s important to train your whole body from head to toe by helping your clients reconnect with their feet.
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Podcast Strong Mind Strong Body

Strong Mind. Strong Body: Why Do We Take Things Personally?

National Academy of Sports Medicine
National Academy of Sports Medicine
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  Maybe a client cancels at the last minute, a friend doesn’t respond to your text, or your coworker checks her phone when you’re speaking. Situations like this can lead us to take things personally, but what if we could put our energy toward something ...
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Podcast Master Instructor Roundtable

Master Instructor Roundtable: All About the Shoulder – Part II

National Academy of Sports Medicine
National Academy of Sports Medicine
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  In Part II of our shoulder complex series, NASM Master Instructors Wendy Batts and Marty Miller review the most common compensations, provide corrective exercise techniques, and programming to increase your knowledge on this region of the body.
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NASM CPT Podcast

NASM-CPT Podcast: CPT 7 Professional Development and Responsibility– Part I

National Academy of Sports Medicine
National Academy of Sports Medicine
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In the first episode of this two-part series, NASM Master Instructor Rick Richey examines evidence-based practice to help you make the best decisions when it comes to client care.
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Weight Loss Nutrition spotlight

How Many Carbs Should You Eat a Day to Lose Weight?

Brad Dieter
Brad Dieter
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Low carbohydrate diets have become a very popular tool for weight loss over the last several decades. While much of the scientific rationale behind why they are utilized for weight loss, such as the carbohydrate-insulin hypothesis, have largely been ...
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CPT spotlight Muscles

Lactic Acid Buildup in Muscles: What is It & How to Get Rid of It

Kinsey Mahaffey
Kinsey Mahaffey
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I have vivid memories of joining my dad as he laid on the ground with his legs elevated after a long run or intense biking session. “What are you doing, dad?” I asked as I wiggled in next to him to copy what he was doing. “Gotta get the lactic acid out!” ...
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CPT OPT Model

OPT™ Model Phase 1: Updates to Stabilization Endurance Training

Jace Fuchs 0
Program design does not need to be a complicated process. As personal trainers or other fitness professionals, when we truly understand our clients' goals and the function of different acute variables (e.g., sets, repetitions, rest periods, intensity), ...
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Podcast Random Fit

Random Fit: Plyometrics for everyone

National Academy of Sports Medicine
National Academy of Sports Medicine
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The idea of explosive movements in workouts has historically been reserved for athletes, high-intensity programs, or group exercise sessions.    What if we told you there’s some form of "power" or "plyometric" for everyone? 
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Weight Loss Cardio

Walking for Weight Loss: Burn Calories at Your Own Pace

Nicole Golden
Nicole Golden
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Sedentary behavior as defined as sitting or laying down (either at a desk, computer, television, or video game console) has been on the rise and has continued to increase after the COVID pandemic with the increasing prevalence of virtual/remote work, ...
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NASM CPT Podcast

NASM-CPT Podcast: CPT 7 Professional Development and Responsibility– Part II

National Academy of Sports Medicine
National Academy of Sports Medicine
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  In the second episode of this two-part series, Rick Richey continues through the sixth and final domain of the CPT 7 with discussion focused on job searches, a day in the life of a personal trainer, necessary sales and marketing tips, and much more.
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