Published research can sound as though it’s written in a different language. If you can’t understand the title of a paper, you may think it won’t get any better if you read on. As a result, many people never read beyond the abstract, which summarizes the ...
As a fitness professional, you’re likely familiar with exercise-induced asthma (EIA) or exercise-induced bronchoconstriction (EIB), which can cause symptoms like wheezing, coughing, shortness of breath or a tightness in the chest—particularly in cold, ...
Simple friendly staff interactions might just be the motivation members need to keep exercising and coming back to your fitness center.
With weight loss being one of the common goals for clients, will recommending a daily visit to the scale improve their results? See what this study found.
Does using self-myofascial release (SMR), static stretching, or a combination of both, improve range of motion (ROM) for overhead athletes? See what the results were for these softball players.
Using the overhead squat assessment as one of the series of assessments, this study examined the affect of hip flexor length on lower extremity strength, activation and biomechanics.
Communicating what can be gained from exercising versus what might be lost from not exercising can impact participation.
See what types of cues can help make exercise a lasting habit.
Can a single session of resistance training or cardio improve a client’s body image? And if so, for how long?
See how muscle activation differs (or doesn’t) between the partial and full back squat.