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Nutrition 101: 10 Healthy Eating Rules for Beginner Clients
By Alex Hoffmann on March 24, 2021

You likely learned about nutrition 101 in your health and fitness training, but clients don’t always get the same education—or the right information. Yet, almost 40 percent of surveyed...

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10 Inspiring Female Bodybuilder Instagram Accounts to Follow
By Jessica Thiefels on February 15, 2021

These female bodybuilder Instagram accounts are about so much more than what you see. The top resolution for Americans in 2021 is to exercise more often, with 44 percent of U.S. adults...

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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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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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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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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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Why Self-Discovery is Important for Every Fitness Leader
By Erik E. Wilkins on August 24, 2020

Why Self-Discovery is Important for Every Fitness LeaderSelf-discovery is more than just a passing buzzword. Self-discovery is a process we all have to go through to find our purpose,...

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Stress Management Tips and Techniques for Busy Professionals, Students, and Parents
By Alex Hoffmann on August 11, 2020

We can all use less stress in our lives. The 2020 Stress in America survey found that Americans report their stress levels at a 5.4, higher than in 2019 when stress levels were rated at...

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How to Teach Your Kids Athletic Skills at Home
By Alex Hoffmann on August 5, 2020

Watching your child learn new athletic skills and grow as they do is rewarding and exciting—your child is becoming stronger and smarter with each sport they play. 

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