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True or False: Exercise Improves Brain Function


Cognitive enhancement has become a popular theme in the self-improvement world. There are lots of claims for various supplements, brain training progr... Continue reading
A Case for More Unilateral Training


Exercise selection is one of the most important variables in regard to creating adequate training stimulus and adaptations necessary to get stronger, ... Continue reading
Stop Trying to Confuse Your Muscles!


We are all too familiar with the term “muscle confusion.” The concept of “confusing” our bodies by constantly switching exerci... Continue reading
True or False: Deep Squats Are Bad for Your Knees


Knee health is a frequently discussed topic in the fitness community. There’s a lot of popular advice that gets thrown around about things you s... Continue reading
Lower Extremity Strength for Upper Extremity Stability: An Introduction to Myofascial Trains


Athletes in any sport are at high risk for shoulder injuries, especially if they perform overhead movements. The common thought to rehabilitate should... Continue reading
How to Make Your Gym Accessible to Everyone (Rather than Just Your Rock Star Athletes)


Unless you’re running a small, elite club for a few select athletes you hope to hone into Olympians or world champions, you could probably use s... Continue reading
True or False: Running Is Bad For Your Knees


“I love running, but I know it’s bad for my knees. I keep thinking I should give it up.” It’s something I hear often from m... Continue reading
True or False: Activity Trackers Can Help You Improve Your health and Fitness


Activity trackers are all the rage at the moment. You may have friends and family that have one, or perhaps you’ve been tempted to pick one up y... Continue reading
Fake It ‘Til You Make It: How To Coach Non-Athletes At Your Gym


So you’ve been coaching for a really long time and as much as you love helping brand new clients with bodyweight squat progressions, working wit... Continue reading
Trainer Risk Management


Trainers are the face of a gym, whether you want to admit it or not.  The last thing you need as a gym owner is a lawsuit from a trainer's di... Continue reading
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