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The Personal Trainer's Guide To Injury Prevention -- Tim Danchak, Dr. John Rusin

You might think your job is to get people jacked.

But, if you're like 99% of trainers, what your clients are really looking for is to enhance their quality of life. They want to feel strong, move better, and above all else -- stay healthy, a.k.a. injury-free.

Here's how to become awesome at your job.


General Health

Is Lifting Safe for Children? -- Tessa Yannone, Girls Gone Strong

10 Easy Ways to Save Your Money and Improve your Health in 2019 -- Yoni Freedhoff

Stop Telling Women to Earn Their Food -- Nia Shanks


Strength Training

6 Changes Veteran Lifters Need To Make -- Eric Bach, T Nation

10 Ways to Get Soccer Players to Love Strength Training -- Erica Suter

Do You Need To Be A Champion To Succeed In Strength Coaching? -- Chris Kershaw

How A Busy Colorado Attorney Deadlifted 435 Pounds And Built Six Pack Abs Without Living In The Gym -- Eric Bach

Fat Loss

Dieting and Mental Health -- Eat To Perform

Clean Eating Is Not The Answer -- Prince Williams, Breaking Muscle

WTF Are Macros and Why Would I Track Them? -- Stacey Schaedler


QUICK TIP: Why You Need to Book January Sessions Right Now -- Jonathan Goodman

How To Get More Out Of Every Day -- Jill Schiefelbein- Entrepreneur

A Letter to the "Dissapearing" Client -- Jason Leenaarts

Gym Owner Musings - Installment #12 -- Pete Dupuis