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Break Through Fitness Plateaus with These 4 Tips

Dana Bender
Dana Bender
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It is important to change up our personal fitness program when we experience a plateau.. Similarly, it is essential to adjust our fitness program when we notice boredom or disinterest in our exercise program. Lastly, if we no longer feel challenged or ...
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5 Great at Home Morning Moves To Start Your Day

Pete McCall
Pete McCall
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Many of us are familiar with this routine: the alarm goes off, and we hop out of bed only to realize that we feel the remnants of the workout from the day before. This is especially true for those of us who enjoy challenging exercises even though we may ...
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American Fitness Magazine American Fitness Magazine Fall 2018

Push, Pull and Shift: Learn the Power of Perturbations

Ken Miller
Ken Miller
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  Originally appeared in the spring 2018 issue of the American Fitness Magazine. Many personal trainers and strength coaches have spent years—and hundreds, if not thousands, of hours—working with certain members of their clientele. For this fitness ...
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Step-By-Step Guide to Starting a Personal Training Business

Pete McCall
Pete McCall
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Congratulations! You passed your exam and have earned the NASM Certified Personal Trainer credential. Now comes the time when it's necessary to decide where you will work and how you will start your personal training business. This blog will provide nine ...
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Coping with Pressure, Anxiety and Adversity in Uncertain Times

National Academy of Sports Medicine
National Academy of Sports Medicine
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One of the big things that separate high-performance athletes from the rest of us is their ability to cope with the anxieties of competition on a regular basis. But the secret to their success isn't a secret! 
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American Fitness Magazine American Fitness Magazine Spring 2019

An Anti-Inflammatory Diet: What to Eat & Why It Matters

Abbie Gellman
Abbie Gellman
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  Originally appeared in the spring 2019 issue of the American Fitness Magazine. We may think of inflammation as the localized swelling that happens to a twisted  ankle or to skeletal muscles after an intense workout. However, there’s another type of ...
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American Fitness Magazine American Fitness Magazine Winter 2015

A Low-Carb Diet for Athletes?

Nancy Clark
Nancy Clark
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  Originally appeared in the winter 2015 issue of the American Fitness Magazine. Have you been hearing stories that fats are better than carbs as fuel for endurance athletes?   Maybe you have wondered if scientific research supports those stories. To ...
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How and Why to Launch a Website for your Personal Training Business

Sean Greeley
Sean Greeley
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Too many fitness professionals and business owners end up going down a rabbit hole when putting together a website. They waste a lot of time doing unnecessary things. Worse, they often don't take many actions that are required. Should certified personal ...
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Nutrition

3 Ways to Ensure You Have a Healthy Diet While Staying at Home

Brad Dieter
Brad Dieter
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Most of us are creatures of habit when it comes to our diets. We buy the same groceries each week, we eat at the same restaurants, and we order the same coffee every day. However, every once and a while, our routines get disrupted, and we are forced to ...
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The NASM-CPT Podcast: How to Virtually Train Clients in a COVID-19 World

National Academy of Sports Medicine
National Academy of Sports Medicine
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With the state of our world and industry in flux with the effort to limit the spread of COVID-19, the NASM-CPT Podcast and host Rick Richey wanted to help in the way we know how - by talking about it and offering advice.  
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