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CPR Steps: How to Do CPR Safely and Effectively as a Personal Trainer

American Safety Training Institute |
Cardiopulmonary resuscitation abbreviated as CPR is an emergency procedure that is applied on individuals whose heart and lung function has stopped, or when the heart is unable to pump blood effectively around the body, such person is said to be in ...
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CPT Workout Plans

Exercises For Parkinson's Disease: Managing Symptoms

Colleen Bridges |
Determined, consistent, and tenacious are just a few words I like to use to describe my Parkinson's Disease "fighters." I call them "fighters" because instead of lying down and giving up, they have chosen to take charge of their future. They commit to ...
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CPT Random Fit

Weighing the future: How Erica Lugo Changed Her Life

National Academy of Sports Medicine
National Academy of Sports Medicine |
Erica Lugo’s fitness journey has taken a long and winding road to success.
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CPT

Five Ways to Get Your Clients to Listen to You!

Angie Miller, MS
Angie Miller, MS |
If you're an NASM-CPT, fitness instructor, or other health professionals, you know that one of our biggest challenges is getting prospective and current clients to listen to what we have to say.
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CPT

Five Ways to Overcome Barriers to Effective Communication

Angie Miller, MS
Angie Miller, MS |
Communication is the largest single factor that determines the quality of our relationships. As trainers, instructors, and other health professionals, our ability to communicate effectively will drive our careers' success.
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CPT Research Study

Research Review: Adequate Dietary Protein Has Associated Benefits for Postmenopausal Women (60-90 Years)

Nicole Golden
Nicole Golden |
Ideal protein (PRO) intake is a topic of much debate in the fitness community as the benefits and recommended intakes can vary greatly depending on the source. Likewise, PRO needs can be considerably different depending on an individual’s baseline ...
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Low Blood Pressure and Exercise: What to Look Out For

Stephen Holt |
If you have low blood pressure, or you are a personal trainer who is training clients with hypotension, this content is for you!  Consider also checking out the NASM personal training course online today and prepare yourself for many more specific ...
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CPT NASM CPT Podcast

NASM Podcast: All About The Nervous System

National Academy of Sports Medicine
National Academy of Sports Medicine |
On this episode, NASM Master Instructor Rick Richey helps you better understand the nervous system. What about the central nervous system helps make you a better trainer? Let Rick map it all out for you. Subscribe wherever you get your podcasts including ...
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CPT OPT Model

An Explanation of the New Updates to The OPT™ Model

Brian Sutton, MA, MS, CSCS, NASM-CPT, CNC, CES, PES
Brian Sutton, MA, MS, CSCS, NASM-CPT, CNC, CES, PES |
Creating and modifying exercise programs for clients can be complicated because there are many variables to consider, including the client’s goals, tolerance for exercise, and unique physical abilities and medical history. Moreover, there are many ...
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CPT OPT Model

The Making of NASM's Most Revolutionary Personal Trainer Certification Ever

Laura Quaglio
Laura Quaglio |
Insider Tips from the NEW NASM-CPT—from the Experts who Authored It NASM didn’t just tread water in 2020. We dove into cutting-edge research on fitness (and education), floated new ideas for graphics and digital content, and immersed ourselves in the ...
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