One of the most popular (and arguably, most important) muscle groups to train for aesthetics, health, and performance, the gluteals play an integral role during nearly every dynamic movement of the body.
Host and NASM Master Instructor Rick Richey is joined by four-time Olympian Lindsey Jacobellis. The two will discuss her journey to the top of the snowboarding mountain, her passion for fitness, her decision to become an NASM Certified Personal trainer, ...
DeMarcus Ware learned quite a bit about caring for and maintaining his body during his 12-year NFL career. Now the Super Bowl champion linebacker and nine-time Pro Bowler is helping others reach their personal and professional fitness goals.
There’s so much we can learn from the world of martial arts about the psychology of self-defense, from posture and communication, to fear and humility.
As a fitness professional, you have probably met (or seen) individuals who have endured disordered eating at one time or another. This can be a difficult thing to overcome.
In this episode, NASM Master Instructors Wendy Batts and Marty Miller detail the anatomy of the cervical spine complex to provide a comprehensive understanding of how important this region of the body is in overall human movement.
In this episode learn why it’s important to train your whole body from head to toe by helping your clients reconnect with their feet.
In Part II of our shoulder complex series, NASM Master Instructors Wendy Batts and Marty Miller review the most common compensations, provide corrective exercise techniques, and programming to increase your knowledge on this region of the body.
In this episode, host Angie Miller is joined by Kelsey Wells, NASM CPT, and Fitness Influencer, for a forthright, thought-provoking conversation on women’s health and wellness.