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About: Cathleen Kronemer

Cathleen Kronemer is an NFPT CEC writer, AFAA-Certified Group Exercise Instructor, NSCA-Certified Personal Trainer, ACE-Certified Health Coach, competitive bodybuilder and freelance writer. She is employed at the Jewish Community Center in St. Louis, MO. Cathleen has been involved in the fitness industry for almost three decades. Feel free to contact her at [email protected] She welcomes your feedback and your comments!

Recent Posts by Cathleen Kronemer

Medical Fitness – Comprehensive Care for Clients and Patients

The gap between medical treatment and the application of fitness has finally been bridged. As a fitness professional, are you prepared to cross over to new opportunities? Obesity, diabetes, and […]

The Big Reveal: What a Client Wants

Those who spend a considerable amount of time and money on our services hold the keys to the most valuable knowledge we can absorb as personal trainers. What qualities might […]

The Effects of Alcohol on Exercise and Performance

Is it ethical to recommend alcohol to our clients? An important aspect of professional personal training includes reminding clients of how important clean eating and appropriate hydration are in achieving […]

Personal Trainers and National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month

Being a personal trainer, maybe you know someone with Alzheimer’s disease. If not, it’s probable that several of your clients do and that they are impacted by the symptoms deeply. […]

Align Yourself With The Best Option: The Loaded Carry

If I had a dime for every client who has ever told me she doesn’t want to “bulk up”, I would probably be writing this article from a remote tropical […]

The 4 C’s of Personal Trainers

If you were embarking on a new workout program, what qualities might you seek in a personal trainer? Does your current level of professionalism fit into such criteria? In other […]

Integrating Sleep And Exercise For Mutual Improvements

Can counting your ZZZ’s benefit athletic performance, or does exercise facilitate a better night’s sleep? An inability to sleep and sleep well is a pervasive health concern in our society […]

No Pain, No Gain? No Way!

“Part of what makes an athlete an athlete is the ability to play through pain.” DO YOU AGREE? This statement was made by Brian P. McKeon, Boston Celtics chief medical officer […]

Cross-Cultural Personal Training

Learn to become a culturally diverse personal trainer by creating a “melting pot gym” for new clients whether or not foreign travel is within your grasp. Every country across the […]

Clients and Combat Training – Presenting Krav Maga

Offering a client the opportunity to become a human walking weapon simply through proper training might open up new doors for personal trainers seeking to expand their repertoire. Krav Maga […]