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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
Off And Running With Resistance: An Approach For Longevity


I was recently asked the question, “If there was one major change you would make in the training process in the past, what would that be?”... Continue reading
Training Special Populations


Not every person that comes through your door is going to be an elite athlete or in perfect health. Some individuals will come in with various injurie... Continue reading
Medicine Ball Rotational Training for Sports


If you ever want to develop your athleticism or fitness and not just do curls for the girls, what you really need is a BOSU ball and medicine ball.&nb... Continue reading
Figure Out The Best Training Option For Your Unique Circumstances


Can’t decide between the myriad ways to get your sweat on? You’re not alone. There are so many choices: that new program everyone’s ... Continue reading
Sustainable Resistance


When force is applied at a high rate of tension, in most systems, there will be eventual failure or fatigue that accumulates. Humans are set up in a s... Continue reading
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