Communicating what can be gained from exercising versus what might be lost from not exercising can impact participation.
See what types of cues can help make exercise a lasting habit.
Ah yes, the “Why are they doing that?” remark. We've all seen it. Somewhere in "Training Land" a trainer is making a client do some movement that looks, well, rather ridiculous. It might even look so odd that the untrained eye or mind might wonder, "What ...
Can a single session of resistance training or cardio improve a client’s body image? And if so, for how long?
If you’ve ever struggled to teach a client a particular exercise that they just aren’t getting, you know how frustrating it can feel—for both of you.
See how muscle activation differs (or doesn’t) between the partial and full back squat.
See how foam rolling was shown to improve blood flow to targeted muscles for an extended amount of time, and the implications for warm-up and cool down benefits.
Different foam rolling techniques: Why the fuss? It seems as though the best way to foam roll is in the name—roll. Rolling back and forth does have some merit and support from the scientific community. In a recently published review of foam rolling,
See how Tamara Smith has taken the NASM OPT model and put it into action to protect workers from injuries.