Dopamine and the Prefrontal Cortex

By Brent Moore, CSCS Everybody sets goals and makes choices with the intent of being successful. People typically do not start exercise programs and make the decision to change eating habits with the intent of [...]

Over Training or Under Recovering?

By Zach Columbia B.S. NASM By now, we’ve all grown pretty familiar with the term over training. As fitness coaches, we’re typically more concerned about getting our clients to work harder, as opposed to worrying [...]

Can Food Accelerate the Healing Process During an Injury?

By Raquel Lannes-Sherrill, MA, CSCS We may all be aware that the rest, ice, compression, and elevation (RICE) protocol prescribed by most physicians, therapists, and athletic trainers is important during an injury; however, most practitioners [...]

Fitness Myths

By Raquel Lannes-Sherrill, MA, CSCS Due to popular media (magazines, internet, and fitness infomercials), it’s unfortunate that there are so many fallacies regarding fitness (fitness myths).  What’s worse is that the common population is misled, [...]

Don’t Worry Lift Happy

By Michael Simmer BS, CSCS, LMT, FST, TPI How many times have these words been said usually from female clients, “I just want to tone, not be bulky” Then they tell us about how they [...]

Optimal Training Load and Recovery for Specific Goals

By Brent Moore, CSCS Many athletes, fitness enthusiasts, recreational weight lifters, and unfortunately some trainers believe that the training load necessary for people to reach their goals is similar despite training age, ability, or desires. [...]

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