Archive for the 'Senior Exercise' Category

Joint Health

Tuesday, January 22nd, 2008

This article focuses on how to keep these connections or as I like to call them, Relay Stations, functioning appropriately. There are many experts out there who tell you to take this supplement or are ready to do surgery, but taking a look back at the structure, capabilities and even limitations we see that there are rules set up in the human skeleton that must be obeyed in order to keep joints healthy for a lifetime. Violate these rules and you will be in the operating room quicker than you can say Glucosamine. (more…)

Progression and Strategic Variation

Monday, January 21st, 2008

*As Published in Personal Fitness Professional, 2004

As the fitness industry continues to expand, bringing more and more Personal Trainers in to the industry, it becomes imperative to those of us already in the business continually sharpen and hone our skills in order to stay ahead and on top. Acquiring new skills, increasing knowledge, and finding new tools to work with clients will keep us in demand and ensure long-tem success with clients. (more…)

Real Strength

Wednesday, January 10th, 2007

When I was young, playing in the school or park playground was a ritual, even if it was only for 4 months out of the year living in Canada. The weight room did not even interest me until my twenties. I was a small kid but I had great strength, power, and agility, which enabled to compete with the bigger and larger athletes the coach threw at me. (Well, maybe not wrestling class) (more…)

Top 10 ways to stay motivated

Tuesday, October 10th, 2006

If you’re trying to lose weight or get in shape, you may find yourself losing interest a few weeks into your program. If you’re struggling to stick with your New Year’s resolution, read on to learn where the love has gone and how to get it back.

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