Welcome to my client page, a section of this website to specifically address how we may help you when I am not physically present to remind you about the techniques we may have discussed about your own fitness program by people who have been instrumental in my own instruction. I hope that this information is helpful to you!
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Exercise of the month Reverse Abdominal Crunch - on Floor
Articles I have chosen:
Biomechanics of Abdominals and Back Muscles by Sharon Cheng Finding biomechanically effective and functional exercises for the abdominal and back muscles is a popular topic of discussion in the fitness industry. Cheng provides a solid foundation in spinal mechanics and logical problem solving to help you analyze new exercises and determine which are best for your clients.
Watch Your Feet by Gray Cook Gray shows us that in order to get the core to function properly, you’re going to need to look at some sources that might surprise you.
Pilates: The Exercise Method for Rehab by Christine Romani-Ruby The fastest growing trend in the fitness industry was originally designed for rehab. Join Christine for a look at the "core" of Pilates!
Flexibility Training - Part 1 by Annette Lang We as fitness professionals have long learned that flexibility is one of the main components of fitness. In this three part series, Annette provides an in depth exploration of flexibility training including trainer responsibility, ROM, discomfort, etc. Flexibility Training - Part 2 by Annette Lang In the second of this three part series, Annette demonstrates stretches for the hamstrings, the abductors/outer hips and the quadratus lumborum.
Flexibility Training - Part 3 by Annette Lang This is the final installment in a series addressing flexibility training for the personal trainer. In this article, Annette re-examines using Post Isometric Relaxation (contract-relax) technique on the following muscle groups: total hip and glute stretch, straight leg adductor stretch and the straight leg calf stretch.
PNF Stretching by Amy Moran PNF is widely used by physicians, physical therapists and athletic trainers. How good is it for our clients?