CES American Fitness Magazine Joint Health

BACK ON TRACK: WORKING WITH CLIENTS FOLLOWING A KNEE REPLACEMENT

Trish Muse
Trish Muse
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Chances are, at some point in your personal training career, you will work with clients who’ve had a knee replacement or are on track to get one. This can be a daunting prospect to consider, but it doesn’t have to be. With a combination of cultivated ...
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Training Edge: Industry News, Insights, and Tools

Laura Quaglio
Laura Quaglio
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Build Neck Strength to Lower Concussion Risk In recent news published in the Journal of Orthopaedic & Sports Physical Therapy, researchers who examined previous studies on concussion concluded that increasing neck strength “could substantially reduce ...
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Exercises for the Midfoot and Heel: Smart Corrective Steps

Kyle Stull
Kyle Stull
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Proper assessment and training of the foot musculature are vital to optimal health . Given that the feet are our foundation and interact with our environment daily, it affects the whole body if they hurt. The American Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Society ...
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What is Thoracic Outlet Syndrome (TOS)?

Kyle Stull
Kyle Stull
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What is thoracic outlet syndrome? Are there assessments that personal trainers can consider to identify it, and can corrective exercise programming help?
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The Problem with the Hamstring Problem

Kyle Stull
Kyle Stull
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Hamstrings are arguably one of the most talked about muscle groups, as well as the most researched, stretched, and injured. While there is a wealth of information about hamstring injury prevention and treatment, hamstring injuries are still
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Exercise Programming for Hip Replacement

Kyle Stull
Kyle Stull
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Having a client with hip replacements may seem like a daunting prospect, but in most cases the new hips function just as well as biological hips. Research suggests that 25% of the population will
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Joint Hypermobility: The Shoulder

Kyle Stull
Kyle Stull
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Everyone is quick to talk about “tightness.” The calves are tight; the hip flexors are tight; the low-back is tight; the shoulders and the neck are tight. It’s true that many people are tight and restricted, but what about those that have too much ...
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Addressing Overactive Hip Flexors with Corrective Exercise

Andrew Mills
Andrew Mills
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For many Corrective Exercise Professionals, working with individuals with tight/overactive hip flexors is a common occurrence. Learning to properly assess and address overactive hip flexors is a powerful skill in helping today’s client move more ...
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The Places You’ll Go! Taking Personal Training to Amazing Places.

National Academy of Sports Medicine
National Academy of Sports Medicine
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Your training can help take your clients to some amazing places. Meet trainers who work with oil-rig workers, elite combat units, and astronauts, and get their advice on building your career beyond the typical gym environment.
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Piriformis: Is it really tight? Really?

Kyle Stull
Kyle Stull
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Most clients, and exercise experts alike, use the term “tight” to indicate that a muscle or other form of contractile tissue is shorter than it should be. After being in the fitness industry for more than 15 years, I've heard the phrase “my piriformis is ...
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