CES

Prehabilitation Through Corrective Exercise: A Guide for Trainers

Andrew Mills
Andrew Mills |
NASM Corrective Exercise Specialists (CES) can provide targeted help to improve their client’s baseline physical health before surgical intervention. The purpose of prehabilitation is to put the client into the best position possible for post-procedure ...
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CES Research Study

Rotator Cuff Exercises and Muscle Activity in Workers with Shoulder Pain [Research Article Review]

Nicole Golden
Nicole Golden |
Research Review Effects of Selected Rehabilitative Exercises on External Rotator Muscles and Trapezius Muscles of Masonry Workers Study Author Singh, G. K., Srivastava, S., Kumar, M., & Ratnakar, S. Original Citation Singh, G. K., Srivastava, S., ...
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CES NASM CPT Podcast

Corrective Exercise & Effective Mindsets in Fight Sports (Podcast)

NASM |
Host Rick Richey chats with Toni Ricci about the effectiveness of corrective exercise for professional fighters (see the NASM-CES course curriculum here). Moving beyond that, he also explains how recovery, sleep, mindset, and more affect the overall ...
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CES

The Regional Interdependence Model And Corrective Exercise

Dr. Scott Cheatham
Dr. Scott Cheatham |
In 2007, a group of physical therapy scholars published a scientific paper that formalized a musculoskeletal examination and treatment paradigm called the Regional Interdependence Model (RI) (Wainner et al., 2007). Let's explore further how the RI model ...
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CES

How to Fix Forward Head Posture

David A. Titcomb
David A. Titcomb |
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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CES NASM CPT Podcast

NASM-CPT Podcast: Difference Between Medical & Corrective Exercise

National Academy of Sports Medicine
National Academy of Sports Medicine |
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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CES

12 Great Corrective Exercises for the Upper Back

Wendy Batts, MS, LMT
Wendy Batts, MS, LMT |
Have you ever wondered why your upper back is "stiff" or wish that someone would grab your shoulders and give you a quick shoulder massage? Well, if this is you, you are not alone.
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CES American Fitness Magazine

Lower Crossed Syndrome: Starting From the Center

Ken Miller
Ken Miller |
In recent years, we’ve heard a lot about the ill effects of prolonged sitting. Articles, blog posts and TV news segments all point to rising pains and diseases thanks to sedentary lifestyles at home (or at school). Sitting for a long time every day ...
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CES

Five Reasons to Become a Corrective Exercise Specialist

Kyle Stull
Kyle Stull |
Becoming a Corrective Exercise Specialist has many benefits and can help you expand your expertise and increase your income. Here are the top five reasons Certified Personal Trainers should become a Corrective Exercise Specialist.
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CES Assessments

Correcting Upper Crossed Syndrome

Ken Miller
Ken Miller |
If you’re like the millions of people who use electronic tools such as a cell phone, tablet, laptop or desk computer, you’ve probably spent hours upon hours looking at the screen with your head jutted forward - as is common with a forward head posture. ...
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