Sometimes clients show up for workout sessions stressed, tired and unmotivated. Instead of giving the usual pep-talk, try a new approach by finding out how your client wants their workout session to make them feel! Here's how.
Do you work with clients who constantly over-train or want you to clobber them at every session? Find suggestions about how to redirect your client’s thinking and help them to strike balance in their workouts.
Do you know someone who drives a truck or tractor-trailer for a living? Have you ever consulted with or trained a professional driver? Here are some tips and suggestions for how to keep them healthy for the long haul.
“I don’t have time to exercise” is the number one thing I hear from my clients. While this may be a valid excuse for some, most clients don’t realize how they can build exercise into their busy day. Most experts recommend 30 minutes of physical activity daily, but all of your activity doesn’t have to done at one time. Why not three sessions of 10 minutes, six sessions of five minutes, or even 10 sessions of three minutes?
Whether you're training for an upcoming 5k or you set a fitness goal to start running, here's a treadmill pyramid workout that incorporates both jogging, running and sprinting with intervals of brisk walking. Start where you are, do what you can, crank some tunes and breakup the boredom of the "dreadmill" with this 30 minute workout.