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5 Tips for Sharing Your Fitness Journey on Social Media
By Jessica Thiefels on January 19, 2021

Your fitness journey matters. In fact, 5.26 billion social media accounts were exposed at one point or another to conversations or exchanges concerning wellness in 2019, according to ...

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How to Start Your Fitness Career as a Combat Veteran
By Alex Hoffmann on January 14, 2021

One of the first challenges you face as a military or combat veteran is finding opportunities in the civilian workforce—and more importantly, figuring out what it is that you want to...

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10 Meal Prep Containers for Busy Personal Trainers
By Alex Hoffmann on January 10, 2021

You need to take care of yourself as much as your clients and every detail, down to the meal prep containers you use, can make a difference in how easy it is to do so, despite a busy...

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10 Types of Personal Trainer Biographies to Boost Your Business in the New Year
By Alex Hoffmann on December 31, 2020

Have you ever read great personal trainer biographies and thought, how do I make myself stand out like that? According to recent reports, there are more than 317,000 personal trainers in...

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A Dynamic Upper Body Warm Up for All Clients
By Jason Williams on December 17, 2020

Before taking a client through an upper body workout, you have to make time for the upper body warm up. While there is no such thing as a purely upper or lower body warm up, as the body...

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Overtraining Recovery and Avoidance: How to Support Your Clients
By Dominique Groom on December 10, 2020

Overtraining recovery and avoidance is a key part of your job. While it can seem counterproductive to tell your client to slow down, in many cases it’s needed and will ultimately support...

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10 Stress Buster Exercises for the Holiday Season
By Alex Hoffmann on December 3, 2020

Stress buster exercises aren’t just for your clients. In fact, 20 percent of athletic trainers show high levels of emotional burnout and exhaustion due to a poor work-life balance, ...

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5 Tips for Salad Meal Prep During the Holidays
By Alex Hoffmann on November 23, 2020

The holidays are busy, and regular habits like salad meal prep often fall to the wayside for you and your clients. The problem is that instead of eating healthy, it becomes easier to...

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Winter Workout Plans: How to Make them More Effective for Clients
By Dominique Groom on November 17, 2020

Between holidays and cold weather, winter workout plans are the first to go out the window when clients are feeling unmotivated.

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3 Health Tactics to Have Less Stress this Holiday Season
By Jason Williams on November 11, 2020

The best holiday gift is the simplest: less stress. Though it’s the most joyful time of the year for many, it’s also the most stressful time of the year. According to a survey by OnePoll...

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