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10 Bodyweight Chest Exercises for At-Home Workouts (with videos)
By Jason Williams on May 5, 2021

Bodyweight chest exercises are excellent tools to keep programming fresh for clients when they’re working out at home or on-the-go. Before getting clients started on these or any other...

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5 Tips for Creating a Summer Workout Plan That Drives Results
By Dominique Groom on April 21, 2021

A summer workout plan can do more than help clients get and stay healthy and fit this summer. It can be the start of a healthier lifestyle because, with more exposure to the sun, people...

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How to Structure an Upper Body Workout for Beginners
By Jason Williams on April 13, 2021

As trainers, it’s critical that we know how to structure an upper body workout for beginners. Many clients come to us wanting to tone their arms, chest, and back, but you can’t just jump...

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The 30-Minute Ab Workout Busy Clients Will Love
By Dominique Groom on March 16, 2021

Don’t scoff at a 30-minute ab workout. Not only is a short, quick burn enjoyable for clients but with the right exercises, the results they desire can be achieved as well. What’s more,...

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Metabolic Stress in Resistance Training: What to Know
By Jason Williams on March 10, 2021

Is metabolic stress a good thing or a bad thing? As a trainer, understanding the mechanisms of muscle growth can help you create balanced training programs for clients. Metabolic stress...

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Upper Ab Exercises: Are Washboard Abs Possible?
By Jason Williams on February 24, 2021

If you’re prioritizing upper ab exercises in your clients’ workouts or your own, you first need to consider whether the washboard ‘ab’ abdominal muscles, known as the rectus abdominis,...

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A 30-Minute Couples Workout to Do Together at Home
By Alex Hoffmann on February 8, 2021

A couples workout is the best way to spend time together and move your body. Using one another as resistance and adding new challenges like maintaining core strength and balance while...

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Chest and Back Workout: Focus on Efficiency and Power
By Jason Williams on January 27, 2021

When running clients through a chest and back workout, are you simply going through the motions or are you focused on both efficiency and power? A great trainer is always focused on...

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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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