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The Top Article of the Week
Most client’s goals are some form of “I want to lose weight” or “I want to get leaner”.
As trainers and coaches we have guidelines and resources to help guide are programs for clients. We can track body fat percentage, weight, body mass index, circumference, or any combination that we seem fit for the job.
In this week’s top article, Krista throws a wrench in the mix. She brings up the thought that maybe instead of trying to reach a pre-determined standard, we should help clients reach realistic and optimal levels of fat. Read and decide for yourself.
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A Full Guide To Progressing Your Chin-ups — Andy Morgan
Can Youth Weight Train? Obviously — Coach Taylor
Exercises You Should Be Doing: Core Engaged Active Straight Leg Raise — Tony Gentilcore
Strength Exercise of the Week: Trap Bar Deadlift vs. Band — Eric Cressey
Getting Your Female Clients to “Woman Up” — Erika Hurst, Tony Gentilcore
Stop Trying to be Hardcore — Lee Boyce
97 Rules To Live By For Personal Trainers: A Code Of Ethics — Jonathan “FitPro” Hertilus, thePTDC
So, You Want to be a Personal Trainer, AND Own Your Own Business? — Artemis Scantalides
Does Fitness Make You Unhappy? — Adam Bornstein
15 Tricks for Killing Hunger on a Diet – Part 2 — Tim Berzins
Why Running Does Not (Always) Burn Fat — Adam Bornstein
11 Reasons Why You’re Still Dieting — Paul Nobles, Eat to Perform
6 Deadlift Tips for Non-Powerlifters — Nick Tumminello
3 Shoulder Killers to Avoid — Scott Abel
12 Methods to Make Your Leg Workouts Harder — Nader Qudimat
The Rep Bible –Christian Thibaudeau
10 Evidence-Based Fat-Burning Foods and Beverages — Kris Gunnars
Sugar – The Sweet Truth — Menno Henselmans