Quit putting off that dream race because of fears that racing at altitude will bring you to your knees. Don't stress that time, finances, or geography may limit your ability to acclimate to elevation. Rather, leverage the cross-tolerance phenomenon and get heat acclimated to perform better at elevation.
Taking The First Step: One Man's Journey To Losing Weight and Gaining Control of His Life. (Part 1 of 3)
Eric and Paul were friends first, client and trainer second. Read more about their weight loss journey.
Get your training clients out of their comfort zone by creating an athlete's mindset.
How balloons can help prepare children for play, exercise, and more!
Whether you find yourself in the middle of a busy city or at the foot of a picturesque mountain, you can accomplish the same outcome of meditation while working out. So no matter where you are, head out the front door and breathe in the day!
Although health coaches are not like mechanics who look at a sluggish engine and know which tools they'll need, there are specific skills that can be used to help clients make sustainable lifestyle changes. The purpose of this article is to help you fill your toolbox with practical behavior change strategies.
Monitoring a client's heart rate during workouts can provide valuable training insight when utilized correctly.
How can you use training load analysis and heart rate monitoring to optimize your clients' workout sessions?
Despite the rise of fitness trainers and instructors, sports-related injuries are also rising. However, keeping a few things in mind when training year-round athletes can limit and even prevent injuries.
Interrupting a workout to rush to the bathroom can be one of the most embarrassing and annoying moments for anyone during exercise. Unfortunately, gastrointestinal issues (GI) can be a major barrier for client success, and can hinder motivation and long-term adherence to any exercise plan.