Exercise without proper nutrition is as useless as a car without fuel. You can get people to perform demanding workout routines, but if they aren’t eating well, the workouts will only exhaust them.
Many experienced and novice certified fitness instructors assume that they can’t work with male and female clients simultaneously because the physical differences are far too great, or there will be complications with the workout program and design. (more…)
The challenges of being a personal trainer include encouraging and motivating clients to perform and do their best, even when the workout is not quite what they imagined. (more…)
Medical fitness training is a certification designed to help therapists and certified fitness trainers develop a set of specialized skills, primarily focused on helping clients improve their health and fitness levels, rehabilitate their bodies, and achieve milestones as set by their healthcare providers.
Personal trainers deal with several clients each week from varying backgrounds, fitness levels, and different goals and aims, making it exceptionally difficult to keep track of and design individualized workouts for each of them.
Whether you’re a personal fitness trainer or a certified group fitness instructor, you may feel like there’s more that can be done to grow your brand.
Whether you’re working as a certified group fitness instructor or certified fitness trainer, you need to work to build certain habits and practices that will help you grow and improve in your professional and personal life. (more…)
Fitness and health aren’t restricted to a particular age bracket or group; it’s something that can and should be a part of everyone’s life regardless of age, gender, and current fitness levels. (more…)
Certified fitness trainers must have a complete understanding of human anatomy and physiology, exercise science, and nutrition.