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How NBA Guard Langston Galloway is Gaining an Edge with NASM

Greg Esposito
Greg Esposito
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  March 11, 2020. The day sports stood still in America and across the world. While many athletes took the time to decompress when they usually wouldn't be able to, Langston Galloway, a guard for the Detroit Pistons, decided it was time to push himself ...
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Q&A With Celebrity Trainer Kit Rich

National Academy of Sports Medicine
National Academy of Sports Medicine
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Each month, we'll shine the spotlight on a different NASM Certified Personal Trainer who makes a difference in their community. For June, we spoke with Kit Rich NASM-CPT and MMACS, who used fitness to transform herself physically and mentally before ...
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A Guide to Personal Trainer Liability Insurance

Dr. Scott Cheatham 0
For personal trainers, having professional liability insurance can protect against legal claims made by a client if something unfortunate happens. Whether you are independent or employed, having liability insurance is a necessity.
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INTERMITTENT FASTING Nutrition

An Overview of Time-Restricted Feeding

National Academy of Sports Medicine
National Academy of Sports Medicine
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In this episode, Host Rick Richey talks with Danny Lennon, who is an expert on time-restricted feeding  and nutrition in general. This episode will delve into the specifics of "chrono-nutrition" as a discipline and how it can completely transform how ...
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How to Fix Forward Head Posture [Guide]

David A. Titcomb
David A. Titcomb
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Similar to other structures in the body, the cervical spine (CS) has a significant influence on body regions located above and below its location. Not only does CS musculature produce movement of the head and neck, but it also plays a key role in ...
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Training Considerations for Older & Younger Populations

Nicole Golden
Nicole Golden
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A skilled fitness professional should have the capacity to handle a variety of special populations. The needs and training goals of older adults and children differ greatly from those of teens or young and middle adults.
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NASM-CPT Podcast: Difference Between Medical & Corrective Exercise

National Academy of Sports Medicine
National Academy of Sports Medicine
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In this episode, Host Rick Richey talks with his cousin Brian Richey about medical exercise and fitness, and more specifically, how it differs from corrective exercise. They both explore a wide range of nuances about the subject, and it makes for a ...
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Teaching Kids Sports: Foundations for Youth Athletes

Katrina Pilkington
Katrina Pilkington
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The main goal for children, when it comes to exercise, is for them to move. However, while we’re encouraging young “athletes-to-be” how to move their body and move them well, we are setting the foundation for their future in sports and life (in general).
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Running For Kids: A Helpful Guide

Katrina Pilkington
Katrina Pilkington
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Running is something that our bodies were built to do. An integral component of movement within the majority of most sports, running [efficiency], can dictate success for most athletes early on in their skill development. Cardiovascular benefits from ...
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Nutrition and Behavior Change: Strategies for Helping Clients

Christopher & Kara Mohr 0
It has often been said that nutrition is 90% of the game and training just 10%.  The truth is, nutrition and training are equally important for various reasons, and it's not just a 50/50 game because there are many other equally important habits or ...
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