The Top Article of the Week
The Truth About Pain Science And Body Mechanics — Joel Seedman
Pain science is as polarizing as nutrition science.
Every practitioner has a different “belief” about the true cause of chronic musculoskeletal pain, and the appropriate treatment.
Your job as a personal trainer isn’t to treat pain. But if you understand the mechanics behind the chronic issues your clientele will have — you’ll be a significantly stronger fitness professional.
Ready to put in the work? Dive into this week’s top article (read: dissertation) from movement expert, Joel Seedman.
5 Unique Exercises For Shoulder Health — Meghan Callaway
The Secret to Living Forever — T Nation
Tip: Sleep Hard, Play Harder — Yunus Barisik, T Nation
Never Have “Bad Luck” Again — Nia Shanks
Deadbug Variations You Need To Try — Kelvin King, The Barbell Physio
Balancing Act: How to Incorporate Balance Work Into Your Training Sessions — Ashley Artese, ACE
9 Hacks For Streamlining Your Workouts — Andrew Heming, T Nation
Why You Have “Tight” Hips and What to Do About It — Nikki Naab-Levy, Girls Gone Strong
5 Must Know Ways to Improve your Clients’ Sleep Fitness — Erin Nitschke, PT Biz
Energize Your WIllpower — Antonella Kahler, Breaking Muscle
How to Build a Personal Training Business: 5 Keys to Success — Ryan Ketchum
The Words We Use Matter — Tony Gentilcore
5 Ways to Stop Skipping The Hard Questions of Entrepreneurship — Marc Fisher, Entrepeneur.com
Four Ways To Use Science To Get The Best Results For Your Clients — Alex McBrairty, the PTDC