How to create a perfect training session for your first client, and what to do when something goes wrong (and something always goes wrong)
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In the fitness industry, bariatric surgery is often viewed as a cop-out. One trainer who works with pre- and post-op clients wants to tell you why it’s not.
When hernias, carpal tunnel, and joint pain limit what your clients can do, use these adjustments to give them a great workout anyway
Lifting, carrying, and getting up from the ground are crucial for independence and longevity. Here are the exercises that might save your clients’ lives.
Extreme weight loss comes with a side effect that can be unpleasant, unwieldy, and even unhealthy for your client. Here’s what you can and, more important, what you can’t do to help.
College isn’t for everyone, but skipping college and going straight to training has its downsides. Read our deep dive into the pros and cons of formal education, and how to make the most out of whatever choice you make.
Training clients with vertigo needs to be delicately handled and is a matter of being smarter with exercise selection and other careful considerations.
Even if you're training an older population, you can still intelligently program interval training into their program. Here's how.