The Top Article of the Week
How to Talk to Your Clients (and Mother) About the Latest Netflix Nutrition Documentary — Julia Malacoff, Precision Nutrition
Hey, did you hear about that new nutrition documentary? Oh, you did?
It can feel overwhelming when a new documentary comes out and causes a buzz among the general population with whom we work everyday. Rather than trying to change our clients minds and getting them to see things from our viewpoint, we should be trying to see things from theirs.
In this week’s article of the week, Julia Malacoff shares how to engage in productive conversations about polarizing topics.
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Crisis Mode: The State of Health & Fitness — John Rusin, drjohnrusin.com
How to Reach Your 2020 Fitness Goals (the D.A.D. Method) — Mitch Calvert, Calvert Fitness
Body Image Is Your Brain’s Way of Protecting You — Jessi Kneeland, jessikneeland.com
Moving Meditations: A Wellness Upgrade — Lisa Quigley, NASM
Freedom from Food Cravings — Carmen Ohling, carmenohling.com
Why You Should Count Calories for 30 Days Once in Your Life — Eric Bach, Bach Performance
3 Tips for Quick and Healthy Breakfast — Dani Singer, Fit2Go Personal Training
Look Before You Leap (Into Exercise) — Shane McLean, Balance Guy Training
The Pros and Cons of Band Training — Christian Thibaudeau, T Nation
The Benefits of Wearing a Weight Belt: And When Not Wearing One Is Beneficial Too — Tony Gentilcore, tonygentilcore.com
16 vs. 24 vs. 32 Sets per Muscle per Week: Which Is Better? — Menno Henselmans, mennohenselmans.com
How to Make Training Fun for Kids — Erica Suter, STACK
5 Ways to Get Anything You Want — Martin Rooney, Training for Warriors
12 Positive Personality Traits of Effective People — Darius Foroux, dariusforoux.com
Write Your Training Programs Like a Book — Jesse Irizarry, Breaking Muscle