Not Training Your Pregnant Client’s Pelvic Floor Muscles? That’s a Mistake

    Urinary incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse are two of the most common pelvic floor disorders associated with pregnancy. Both conditions can negatively impact a pregnant individual’s quality of life.

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    Exercise during Pregnancy: 6 Major Benefits to Communicate with Clients

    Your client is now pregnant—and perhaps fears that continuing with their personal training sessions may injure themselves or harm their unborn baby. What now?

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    6 Benefits of Exercise Beyond Weight Loss All Fitness Coaches Should Know

    Thinness equals health and moral virtue. That’s diet culture in a nutshell. But as a fitness coach, like a Certified Personal Trainer or Yoga Instructor, you’re probably familiar with how misguided diet culture beliefs are.

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    Low-Impact Workouts for Clients: The What, Why, and How

    High impact exercises, like interval sprints, box jumps, and burpees, can improve your clients’ cardiovascular fitness, bone mineral density, muscular strength, and athletic performance. 

    But there’s one problem, and it’s something you may have realized as a Certified Personal Trainer: Not all clients are suited for or enjoy high-impact exercises.

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    Health Coach vs. Personal Trainer: Key Differences and Similarities

    Consumers no longer view “wellness” simply as “improved fitness and nutrition,” but, instead, as a much broader and holistic path—one that encompasses better long-term health management, mental health (specifically, mindfulness), and sleep.

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    E-Book: The Future of Health & Wellness in 2022 and Beyond

    People have a wide range of feelings about 2021 coming to a close and diverse expectations for 2022. 

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    6 Exercises That Could Help Regulate a Client’s High Blood Pressure

    Your client has high blood pressure. Understandably, they’re worried about the effect physical activity could have on their blood pressure. 

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    The Newest Fitness Tech You Need to Know as a Personal Trainer

    Given that the world has spent the last two years in and out of lockdowns (due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic), it’s no surprise to learn that technology is increasingly cementing its place within people’s fitness routines.

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    “Gymtimidation” No More: Build Your Client’s Confidence with These 6 Tips

    “To be honest, I’m afraid of working out in the gym.”

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