Recognising & Correcting Poor Posture

Being reprimanded for slouching or slumping may not be the best conversation starter, but good posture, also referred to as a neutral spine, is about more than just appearance. This article outlines how exercise professionals can manage poor posture in their clients. What is Posture? “Posture is the position in which we hold our bodies… Read More

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Mental Health & Exercise: Getting the ‘Dose’ Right

It is now well-known, and generally accepted, that exercise is beneficial for mental health. For example, we know that: 1. Enjoyment Matters Research demonstrates the pleasure response (officially known as affective valence) to a single bout of aerobic exercise can predict participation in the long-term, i.e. six- and twelve months later. The less pleasurable the… Read More

Some Tips for Coaching Proper Form

Proper (or correct) form is essential to ensure your clients get the most out of their exercises and reduce the risk of injury. This quick article outlines the core principles of coaching good technique. Whether you are coaching a client through a: Basic plank, squat or lunge; or More technically demanding move such as a… Read More

Nashville Personal Trainers – The Boost You Need to Excel

Have you ever wondered why personal trainers seem to be so popular and very much in demand? If you have, then we will together try to determine in this article exactly what they do and how important they are. Read More