NASM OPT™ THE WORLDS BEST TRAINING MODEL

Posted by Dejan Stojadinovic on Sep 19, 2018 4:03:12 AM

Had it not been for an ACL tear, would the NASM Optimum Performance Training™ model exist? Fortunately, the world of human movement science will never know, because that college-football injury changed the career trajectory of Micheal A. Clark, MS, DPT, now known as the creator of the NASM OPT™ model.

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Topics: Corrective Exercise, Sports Performance, OPT, OPT model, performance, personal training, Personal Trainer Tips/Advice

DONATING BLOOD AND EXERCISE: WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

Posted by Dejan Stojadinovic on Sep 19, 2018 2:39:38 AM

Do you ever give blood? According to the Red Cross, we need over 6,000 blood donations every day to treat patients in need across England which is why there’s always a need for people to give blood.

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Topics: blood, exercise, performance, Advice, donating

THE SIX MOST IMPORTANT STEPS WHEN TRAINING YOUTH

Posted by Dejan Stojadinovic on Sep 18, 2018 8:21:47 AM

Training youth in sports and other physical activities has never been more important. Childhood inactivity and obesity keep rising, while access to physical education keeps falling. Trainers can turn that around, becoming fitness mentors who put children on a path to staying active and healthy for life.

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Topics: Advice

CHALLENGE YOURSELF WITH THIS OPT™ BASED TRX WORKOUT

Posted by Dejan Stojadinovic on Sep 18, 2018 5:55:28 AM

Looking for a fun workout that incorporates the TRX Suspension Trainer into an Premier Global NASM Optimum Performance Training™ (OPT™) Phase 1 program? We’re sharing this OPT Phase 1 Stabilisation Endurance program with you – it’s great for the generally fit and healthy client with knees that may move inwards during an overhead squat assessment. Be sure to modify to best meet your client’s needs with appropriate progressions or regressions.

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Topics: workouts

DO BIGGER MUSCLES EQUAL STRENGTH?

Posted by Dejan Stojadinovic on Sep 14, 2018 3:54:11 AM

Curiosity about the connection (or lack thereof) between muscle hypertrophy (size) and strength has been around since as early as 1955. Though many people believe that long-term adaptations in strength depend upon gains in size, there is remarkably little evidence to support that. When a team of researchers examined the evidence last year, they found a weak correlation between changes in muscle size and muscle strength after training. That's not so surprising when you consider that muscle mass is lost during detraining, while strength often remains steady. Further, low-load and high-load resistance training each can trigger similar growth in muscular size, though the strength gains from each of these differ.

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Topics: News

HOW TO ADDRESS OVERACTIVE HIP FLEXORS WITH CORRECTIVE EXERCISE

Posted by Dejan Stojadinovic on Sep 14, 2018 3:31:31 AM

For many of us, working with individuals with tight/overactive hip flexors is a common occurrence. Learning to properly assess and address overactive hip flexors is a powerful skill in helping today’s client move more efficiently.

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Topics: Advice

HOW TO BECOME A PERSONAL TRAINER

Posted by Michael Martins on Sep 10, 2018 12:51:26 PM

Are you searching for a career that’s as rewarding as a great workout? One where you can make your own hours? One where you can help people change their lives for the better? One where you can leave the stuffy shirts and ties and dress skirts behind?

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Topics: Career Guidance

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