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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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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American Fitness Magazine American Fitness Magazine Winter 2017

Exploring the Science of Recovery

Fabio Comana
Fabio Comana
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  Originally published in the winter 2017 issue of the American Fitness Magazine. To earn 2 AFAA/0.2 NASM CEUs, purchase the CEU quiz ($35) and successfully complete it online.
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Workout Plans American Fitness Magazine American Fitness Magazine Winter 2015

A 9-Exercise Body-Weight Workout

Crystal Reeves
Crystal Reeves
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Originally appeared in the winter 2015 issue of the American Fitness Magazine. Body-weight workouts are getting big buzz right now as people discover that the only equipment you really need to get fit is with you all the time.  Want to give your clients ...
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American Fitness Magazine American Fitness Magazine Spring 2018 Core Training

Core Objectives: Making a Case for Progressive Core Training

Rick Richey, MS
Rick Richey, MS
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Originally appeared in the spring 2018 issue of the American Fitness Magazine. Some fitness professionals see the word “core” as gimmicky and replace it with words like “trunk,” “center” or “column.” Others resist the term because they feel it lacks a ...
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American Fitness Magazine American Fitness Magazine Summer 2016

Suspension Training for Older Adults

Susan Dawson-Cook
Susan Dawson-Cook
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Functional Movement and Training That Are Totally Accessible Originally published in the summer 2016 issue of the American Fitness Magazine. To earn 2 AFAA/0.2 NASM CEUs, purchase the CEU quiz ($35) and successfully complete it online. Many certified ...
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Weight Loss American Fitness Magazine American Fitness Magazine Spring 2019

Hormone Balance for Weight Loss: Fact or Fiction?

Marc Bubbs
Marc Bubbs
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  Originally appeared in the spring 2019 issue of the American Fitness Magazine. A quick online search for weight loss strategies reveals a plethora of “hormone-balancing” diets, supplements and medications. The premise behind these products is that ...
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Hydration American Fitness Magazine American Fitness Magazine Spring 2019

Hydration: Through the Lens of Fitness and Health

Jennifer Klau
Jennifer Klau
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Originally published in the spring 2019 issue of the American Fitness Magazine. To earn 2 AFAA/0.2 NASM CEUs, purchase the CEU quiz ($35) and successfully complete it online. News flash! There’s a substance, available right now, that improves mood and ...
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American Fitness Magazine American Fitness Magazine Fall 2017 hypertrophy OPT Model

Built to Order: Strength and Size Considerations

Kyle Stull
Kyle Stull
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Originally appeared in the fall 2017 issue of the American Fitness Magazine. The desire to increase muscle size and strength have inspired their fair share of fads and pseudoscience, promising impressive gains if you do this or buy that. There is ...
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