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Healthy Summer BBQ Ideas: Time to Get Grilling!

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Summer is a great time of the year filled with sunshine, green grass, and of course barbecues! A summer barbecue is one of life’s simple pleasures. Now is the time to get outside, fire up your grill and enjoy some delicious, healthy foods with your ...
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Dropping the Heel for Summer Foot Freedom

Stacey Penney
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Summer is a carefree transition for feet, going from the confines of boots and high heels to flip-flops or the complete freedom of going barefoot. To make this transition comfortable and safe for your clients, consider
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Blast Past Obstacles with our Obstacle Course Workout!

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National Academy of Sports Medicine
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Training a bunch of mud runners or workout warriors? We’ve got a plan that works. Traditional gym work won’t fully prepare your clients for the challenges of the hot new obstacle-course races. These events demand full-body fitness that is less about how ...
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Heat: Signs, Symptoms, and Strategies for Training in the Heat

Stacey Penney
Stacey Penney
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Keeping athletes and clients performing at their peak while also avoiding heat-related illnesses takes preparation and planning. Bodies need time to adapt to the increased physiological demands of training in warm environments. But even with preparation ...
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Utilizing a Total Body Vertical Loading Approach for Personal Training Results

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National Academy of Sports Medicine
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Are your clients stuck in a plateau and not continuing to lose weight? Are you experiencing “Program Design Block” (a trainer’s version of “writer’s block”) trying to keep your clients challenged and progressing? Are you or your clients bored with their ...
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Running Pain: When Mileage and Dysfunction Meet

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Stacey Penney
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By Stacey Penney, MS, NASM-CPT, CES, PES, FNS Running tops the charts as one of the most popular fitness activities. According to Running USA, women are out-participating men in road races at every distance except the full marathon. Even for teens it is ...
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Start Your Career in Personal Training with NASM

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National Academy of Sports Medicine
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 By Stacey Penney, MS, NASM-CPT, CES, PES, FNS Employment for personal trainers is expected to continue growing at a faster than average rate compared to other industries
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Developing Power in Everyday Athletes with Plyometrics.

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National Academy of Sports Medicine
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Power is the ability to quickly produce large amounts of force. Are there any athletes that would not want to improve their ability to generate power? Conditioning Coaches who want to give their athletes some added explosiveness? What about clients ...
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Foot Posture, Foot Function and Low Back Pain: The Framingham Foot Study

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National Academy of Sports Medicine
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In one of the first population-based studies evaluating the association of low back pain to foot posture and function, pronated foot function in women was significantly linked to low back pain. (To read the study ...
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Fitness. How much activity is enough?

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National Academy of Sports Medicine
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By Stacey Penney NASM-CES, PES, FNS Before we can begin to answer the question of how much activity is enough, we need to consider what fitness means. Fitness is synonymous with health, our physical condition and even our ability to complete the tasks ...
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