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Counting Gravy Calories: How to Find a Healthy Balance this Thanksgiving
By Alex Hoffmann on November 4, 2020

If you’re counting gravy calories, you’re probably trying to have a healthier Thanksgiving holiday. As with other aspects of 2020, Thanksgiving is sure to feel much different this year...

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10 Best Fitness Hashtags for Your Instagram Marketing
By Jessica Thiefels on October 26, 2020

If you’re on social media as a personal trainer or health professional, you know you need to use the best fitness hashtags to reach potential clients on Instagram. The question is: which...

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Aerobic Exercise Benefits for Stress Management
By Alex Hoffmann on October 19, 2020

Aerobic exercise benefits span well beyond losing weight or gaining lower body strength. When it comes to stress, aerobics can’t be overlooked as a management tool—especially right now....

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How Much Cardio is Too Much? Don't Sabotage Your Client's Fitness Goals
By Dominique Groom on October 12, 2020

How much cardio is too much? It’s an age-old question that trainers and fitness enthusiasts have asked many times. While the benefits of cardiovascular exercise, also called aerobic...

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How to Use the Civilian Education System Initiative to Start Your Fitness Career
By Alex Hoffmann on October 7, 2020

Using the Army’s Civilian Education System (CES) Initiative is a smart way to begin your career in health and fitness. As an Army soldier or veteran, you have a specific combination of...

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A Dynamic Leg-Day Warm Up
By Lawrence Lee on September 28, 2020

What does a proper leg-day warm up entail? The number one goal is to reduce the likelihood of injury. To do this, there are several key components you should address during your warm up...

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5 Reasons You Need a Sleep Log for Fitness Success
By Alex Hoffmann on September 21, 2020

It has long been established by the National Sleep Foundation that adults need about seven to nine hours of sleep, on average, in order to function optimally. However, it can be much...

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How to Study Anatomy as an Exercise Science Professional
By Dominique Groom on September 14, 2020

It’s an unavoidable reality that you’ll need to learn how to study anatomy if you want to be an exercise science professional—it can be one of the more challenging subjects to study. Yet...

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Prenatal Nutrition for Active Women
By Megan Meisner on September 8, 2020

Whether you’re a long distance runner or bodybuilding pro, chances are, at some point in your life, you’ve modified your diet to train for an event. Wanting the best results from your...

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The Key Elements of a Marketing Plan for Your Fitness Business
By Megan Meisner on August 31, 2020

Knowing how to market your fitness business doesn't often come second nature. You know how to help clients get healthy and feel amazing—but how do you market yourself in a way that...

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