The Top Article of the Week
How To Prevent Diastasis Recti (With Crunches) — Tatum Rebelle, National Academy of Sports Medicine
Diastasis recti is a condition that you’re bound to encounter in your career, assuming you train young to middle age women.
If you’ve studied the condition already, you likely know at least one thing about treating it — no crunches!
In this week’s top article from the National Academy of Sports Medicine, we look at the data to see whether that’s accurate.
Two Ways to Stop Caring What Others Think — David Cain
The Messy Bun and Perfectionism — Amanda Perry
Intuitive Eating – 6 Steps to Help Us Be Perfectly Fit — Ines Subashka
15% bodyfat? Nobody cares — Propane Fitness
5 Things Every Competitor Needs To Be Successful — Skip Hill, Elite FTS
All About High-Frequency Training — Stephen Finlayson, JMax Fitness
3 Cues You Need to Forget Forever — Joe Huskey, Healthy Living, Heavy Lifting
Good Form vs. Bad Form: What You Don’t Know — Charles Staley, T Nation
Tuning Tension: Getting the Most From Your Muscle — Noah Harrison, Tony Gentilcore
3 Nutrition Roadblocks and How To Overcome — Erica Suter
8 Ways To Maintain Your Awesome Weight Loss On Summer Holiday — Matt Mearns, Food for Fitness
Deep Thoughts On Dieting — Bryan Krahn
4 Ways to Boost Your Client’s Confidence — Kara Stewart-Agostino, Girls Gone Strong
Pro Tips for Getting the Most Out of Your Next Fitness Conference — Amanda Vogel, NASM
Everyone Raises Prices – You Should, Too — Pete Dupuis
Is Your Fitness Practice As Inclusive As You Think It Is? — Sonja R. Price Herbert, Girls Gone Strong