Fitness articles related to health behaviors and psychology as it relates to motivation, sports psychology and other factors affecting wellness.
Despite the fact that exercise may improve a range of biopsychosocial outcomes in patients with eating disorders (ED), exercise does not figure prominently, if at [...]
The body is a complex machine, with so much chemistry and physiology involved in its optimal performance (or lack thereof) the average person would be [...]
A healthy diet, exercise, and screening for disease will always remain the cornerstones for lifelong health. Yet many experts --- including, apparently, the well-respected late [...]
Educating our clients on how to improve health outcomes certainly falls under the purview of health and fitness coaching. With that, explaining the relevance of [...]
My experience as a health and exercise professional started in 2003 after graduating with my bachelor’s in Exercise Science and achieving my first certification (NSCA-CPT). [...]
Walking has clear benefits for the body and mind. It improves cardiorespiratory health, reduces stress, helps maintain muscle mass and bone density, and gets the [...]
If your clients have difficulty falling asleep, staying asleep, struggle with stress, intrusive thoughts, or show symptoms of sleep deprivation (increased daytime sleepiness, impaired concentration [...]