Gyms and exercise facilities are back open in New Zealand! Covid-19 did its best to challenge all businesses through some dark times earlier in the year, and the health and fitness industry was one
As a REPs Registered Personal Training Contractor, I’ve often been concerned about new trainers working in the industry. When new trainers ask for work experience, I advise them to shadow me.
Today’s article will delve into the first trimester, the physiological and psychological changes that occur.
This is where you, the personal trainer, can step in and help women safely and effectively exercise and help to break through many of these misconceptions.
If you are a trainer or wanting to become one, special populations are a subject that needs more study and dedication, as there is often not enough information regarding the care and needs of clients
The benefits of exercise are endless, it is our job as the personal trainer to educate our clients and enable them to have open communication about their hormonal cycle.
A look at the techniques of conducting, and the benefits of utilising, the FMS and MCS in athletic, rehabilitative and general populations.
If an athlete or client demonstrates high levels of movement function and motor control during these tasks, they have a reduced likelihood of experiencing an injury (Mokha et al. 2016).
Training heavy is important, but when it comes to getting strong there is a great difference between BUILDING strength and EXPRESSING strength.
A diet high in fibre, as well as the consumption of fruit and vegetables will significantly benefit the overall health of your gut.
This article aims to give a no-nonsense breakdown of all things lactose, cover common misconceptions about this intolerance, and give some important considerations for the removal of certain dairy
Progress is often misunderstood for hard training and going over your limits. Though these two might seem synonymous, they aren’t the same and can in fact can be opposites.
Have you ever observed high level coaches, CEOs or even business managers who have been successful at training and leading teams? there is a big difference between micro-management and detail-focused