personal training clients American Fitness Magazine American Fitness Magazine Winter 2017 Core Training

New clients? Get to the core of the matter!

Kyle Stull
Kyle Stull
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  Originally appeared in the winter 2017 issue of American Fitness Magazine As a new year dawns, thousands of people join health clubs with the intention of changing their lives. However, more than 40% of new exercisers cancel that membership within 4 ...
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American Fitness Magazine American Fitness Magazine Fall 2017 Behavior Change

Force of Habit: How Behavior Change Science Impacts Success

Shirley Archer, JD, MA
Shirley Archer, JD, MA
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  Originally published in the fall 2017 issue of American Fitness Magazine Personal trainers know successful training programs require time, progression and individualization. Yet trainers often have clients who just don't achieve their goals-they fail ...
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American Fitness Magazine

Build Explosive Strength

Mike Woelflein 0
  Explosive strength is crucial for sports performance It’s all about producing force quickly. We use it to play harder, jump higher … or to keep up with our kids or react to surprises like higher-than-expected curbs in order to avoid a fall. “Our ...
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Sports Performance Workout Plans NASM-PES American Fitness Magazine

NASM OPT in Action: Sample Preseason Plans for High School Football and Tennis

Chris Ecklund, MA, NASM-PES, CSCS, USAW, TPI 0
Team and individual success for high-school athletes has its roots in the training that begins well before the season’s first match, meet or game. To help student athletes prepare to play their sport of choice, you’ll want to begin by doing some basic ...
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Nutrition American Fitness Magazine American Fitness Magazine Spring 2017

Nutrition & Exercise - Timing is Everything

Lee Murphy
Lee Murphy
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  Originally appeared in the 2017 spring issue of American Fitness Magazine. Diet and exercise are the primary pillars of a healthy lifestyle plan. But can coordinating eating and workout schedules improve our fitness results? And if so, how should our ...
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American Fitness Magazine American Fitness Magazine Spring 2017 Youth Fitness

Getting Young Athletes Off to a Strong Start

Mike Bracko 0
  Originally appeared in the 2017 spring issue of American Fitness Magazine. Conditioning can keep kids off the sidelines by improving skills and reducing injuries. You've probably heard that today's youth are lazy, overweight and addicted to gaming. ...
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American Fitness Magazine American Fitness Magazine Fall 2016

Osteoporosis: What You and your clients should know

Audra Eisz 0
 
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Shoulders American Fitness Magazine American Fitness Magazine Summer 2016

How to Prevent Swimmer's Shoulder

David Cruz, DC, CSCS, FMS, SFMA 0
  Originally appeared in the 2016 summer issue of American Fitness Magazine. Shoulder pain is the most common complaint among swimmers, both competitive and recreational, with prevalence ranging from 40 to 91%.1 This is partly due to the repetitive ...
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American Fitness Magazine American Fitness Magazine Summer 2015 Exercise Library

Three Awesome Row Exercise Variations

National Academy of Sports Medicine
National Academy of Sports Medicine
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  Originally published in the 2015 summer issue of American Fitness Magazine. There’s a saying around most gyms: If you’re not rowing, your muscles aren’t growing. But the row is more than this trite saying lets on. It can target specific muscles and ...
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