The Training Edge
As a trainer, you spend a lot of time on your feet. Want to keep them healthy? Upgrade your footwear strategy by putting your athletic footwear in a rotation. This allows your shoes to dry thoroughly between each wearing (which is good for your feet and will help your shoes
Q: As an NASM-CPT, what type of nutrition guidance can I offer my clients? What is my scope of practice?
Looking to expand your client base? Build connections with these four community influencers, recommends Maurice D. Williams, NASM-CPT, CES, PES, SFS, WLS, NSCA-CSCS, owner of Move Well Fitness, LLC, in Bethesda/Chevy Chase, Md., who has built his client list through similar connections.
Thomas Sammis, NASM-CPT, PES, WLS, a personal trainer at Snap Fitness in Milwaukee, Wis., transitioned to part-time so he could dedicate more time to training for professional mixed martial arts competitions. Here’s Sammis’ advice for deciding to make the change and managing the switch to part-time status.