Last year, Americans bought more than $10 billion worth of gluten-free products. Are your clients among those jumping on this trend for weight loss? If so, what does that mean for them? Here we explore this and three other trends, so you can see how they impact active adults. Note:
What Are You Drinking? The good and the bad on everyday beverages—and what they mean for your clients’ performance. By Doug Donaldson We’ve all heard that it’s important to drink at least eight 8-ounce glasses of water a day. But who drinks just water? Your clients are sipping lots of other
If you have clients who are interested in stand-up paddleboarding (or just want better balance and strength), this is the workout to try. While it’s true that dry-land training can only get you so far when it comes to stand-up paddleboarding (SUP), the OPTTM model’s focus on Stabilization Endurance and
By Andrea Ausmus, NASM-CPT, CES It’s an all-too familiar scenario: you see someone in the gym working out, just going through the motions. Maybe they stick to a cardio-only workout or repeat the same exercises each day, avoiding changing up the routine or pushing past their comfort zone.
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 training? Do you need more clients to fill out