Functional anatomy helps us better understand produce, reduce, and stabilize forces along with their joint actions and planes of motion. In this episode the following muscles will be reviewed:
Functional anatomy helps us better understand movement. How do muscles produce, reduce, and stabilize forces along with their joint actions and plane of motion. In this episode the following muscles are reviewed:
Personal trainers work with an array of clientele and chances are they will be training someone that has been diagnosed with heart disease, diabetes, or cancer. This episode does not discuss training these populations, but it explains these pathologies ...
In this episode, Rick Richey doesn’t just focus on one topic but covers several questions that listeners have submitted over the past few months. Here are a few questions that get addressed during this episode:
Some personal trainers have an impressive list of credentials but a small client base, while others aren't as educated but are always booked. What’s the difference between them?
In this episode, Rick discusses the differences in Sprint Interval Training (SIT) and High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) and the benefits of both including:
This week we look at the differences between periodization, programming, and routines. These are often used interchangeably and should not be. There is a mean of delineating the three and refining not only how we speak to them, but also how we implement ...
The first session with a new client (or as a new trainer) can be daunting. How do you start the session? What do we talk about? Should I refer them to a physician based on certain answers? What assessments should I perform?