Recent studies have shown that positive massage between couples and family members is an effective support skill to relax, reduce soreness, and destress.
Welcome to our Exercise, Nutrition & Fitness Industry Blog.
As a new PT, you will most likely have to take new members through free sessions. This varies depending on whether or not you are employed or self-employed.
Unfortunately, as we age, a variety of biological changes take place. For many older adults, resistance training is a great incentive in combating the fears and barriers associated with ageing.
The average person is very seat bound nowadays, and this is causing significant postural issues amongst the general population. Poor posture will affect a variety of muscles in adverse ways.
Keeping track of income, expenses & learning to pay tax does not come easy to everyone. We’re here to give you some of our top tips so you become a tax savvy personal trainer!
I see many PTs come into the industry for a short time, and then drop out because they can’t keep a constant flow of clients, struggle to pay their gym rent, etc. Let's discuss ways to avoid this.
Alcohol is the most used psychoactive drug in the world and has widespread use in Western countries. Lets dive deeper into understanding how alcohol affects our bodies in sports performance.
Since going vegetarian at the start of 2020, I have had lots of people asking why I went vegetarian and how I am going with these changes. Allow me to explain why I have decided to go plant-based.
For many years dietary fat received a bad rep in the media, despite it being an essential macronutrient that plays an important role in hormone synthesis and nutrient absorption...
Your body’s ability to move well and efficiently as you age can have an enormous impact on your physical attributes, competence to perform, posture, and health.
Foam rolling for self-myofascial release (SMR) is popular amongst fitness enthusiasts and personal trainers. Today I will talk about how you can use a foam roller on your clients for effective...
The current NZ Government recommendations for youth participating in physical activity are pretty simple; they boil down to ‘Sit less, move more and sleep well’ (Ministry of Health, 2017).