The term "collateral damage" is typically a military term, one that denotes unintended damage to an area around a target. But as it applies to resistance training, collateral damage can be a good thing.
Resistance training has many aspects. It can be utilized to gain muscular size, endurance, recovery of an injury or as part of an athlete's training program. This article will cover some of the principles of resistance training and how your client can benefit from them.
When it comes to eating a pre and post-workout meal there is a lot of debate on what to eat, how long before and after exercise should you eat, and how much you should eat. This article will cover some of the basics of pre post-workout nutrition.
As fitness professionals, each of us has honed our craft to the point of knowing how best to service our clients’ variety of needs in the gym. While I truly enjoy the athletic and motivational aspect of my career, it was not until the addition of a Health Coach certification that my world opened up to include nutritional counseling. It often seems to be the missing puzzle piece for many clients who exercise properly yet remain stuck in their weight-loss efforts.
In the first part of this article, we discussed the potential applicability of the paleo, or "caveman" diet for people with celiac disease. But as prevalent as celiac disease seems to be in our current society, the truth is that the majority of Paleo protégés have simply chosen to live like the hunter/gatherers of days gone by out of a desire to return to what they perceive as the natural biological preference and balance of the human body.
Perhaps the most important step for maintaining for a strong and healthy back and -- and one that can be practiced at all times of day -- is to recognize and practice good posture.
It is important for personal trainers to be well-rounded and well versed in variety of exercises. Every trainer should know how to train someone by means of aerobic (cardiovascular), anaerobic, flexibility, and agility-based activities.