Use these three strategies to improve your clients’ core stability and help them reduce or even eliminate lower-back discomfort.
|• April 2, 2019|
Dead bugs, bird dogs, and glute bridges are almost always done wrong. But before you can teach the right form, you have to understand why you’re doing them in the first place.
|Tony Gentilcore • October 2, 2018|
New moms are often in a hurry to get their pre-pregnancy bodies back. But if they’re experiencing symptoms like incontinence, back pain, or a “poochy” stomach, they could have serious injuries that require a more cautious approach.
|Kristy Ware • February 20, 2018|
Anterior pelvic tilt is one of the most common postural imbalances, and one many personal trainers don’t fully understand. Here are the surprising facts you might not know, plus five crucial exercises for your clients to try today.
|Kevin Mullins • January 10, 2017|
If your client has trouble understanding how to do an exercise correctly, this expert coach points out five surprising areas that may be holding your client back.
|Kat Setzer • December 1, 2016|
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