Arthritis is a well-known condition and its prevalence is increasing each year. However, a newly discovered dysfunction of the hip is being discussed in the medical field and in various journals. This is Femoral Acetabular Impingement (FAI).
Protein is one of the six nutrients that provide energy for the body. Protein not only provides energy, but also aids in regulation of hormones, enzymes, the immune system, and fluid balance, and aids in body structure—bones and connective tissue.1
In the second part of this article, we will discuss static, PNF, and reciprocal inhibition techniques for improving flexibility through stretching.
Any serious athlete knows that good results take time: dedication to training, proper nutrition, adequate rest, all of these things are strong contributors to any successful outcome. Some athletes choose to add a variety of natural supplements to their training regimen; yet even with this boost, there is no single “magic pill“ that can instantly transform the physique. Or is there?
More and more there are articles touting the importance of personal fitness trainers forming an emotional connection with their clients for success and retention. But, can a trainer become too friendly with a client? How friendly is too friendly?
Stress is your body’s response to certain situations. Stress is a subjective: Something that may be stressful for one person — speaking in public, for instance — may not be stressful for someone else.
Polar & You Polar offers a variety of solutions for your student and teaching needs. You can choose from either Polar activity monitoring or heart rate monitoring — or […]
Email is so prevalent in modern life that it is largely taken for granted, but that doesn’t mean it should be underestimated. Each email you send is a document that represents you and your business.
The importance of improving overall flexibility shouldn't be underestimated. It is an effective means of preventing injury and enhancing athletic performance by making the body more adaptable to the demands […]
We all need a fitness program of some kind that we participate in regularly. Once you start exercising your mind and your body will want more. But it requires self-discipline to begin and follow through.