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Looking for an outdoor winter activity to keep you fit and improve your cardio training? With cross-country skiing you can quickly clip in and get going!

Stay Fit This Winter With Cross-Country Skiing

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Get ready to grow your fitness business month after month! Check out these marketing tips on how to attract, capture and nurture clients--the right clients for your business.

How to Attract, Capture, and Nurture the RIGHT Clients to Grow Your Business Month After Month

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'Tis the season to enjoy those special holiday treats.
The question now becomes how to enjoy these seasonal splurges without adding on extra pounds?
Here are some ideas to help curb the calories but we'd love for you to share additional ideas you use for yourself or with your clients!

Avoid Weight Gain this Holiday Season

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NASM is celebrating the holidays with 12 days of savings right at your fingertips. It’s NASM’s “12 Days of Fitness” – 12 offers on 12 different products over a 12 day period. Best of all, you can take advantage of any of these great offers during the entire sale!

Save big on NASM’s most popular products including the Certified Personal Training (CPT) program, Corrective Exercise...
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If you haven’t worked with clients who have disabilities, here’s a message from fitness professionals who do: Try it. At least once.

The experience is likely to have a profound impact on their life and yours. In addition to raising your awareness, it can renew your enthusiasm and inspire a shift in perspective that will translate to more meaningful relationships with all of your clients—and,...
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A Transforming Experience: Working with Clients Who Have Down Syndrome

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Try these 5 communication hacks to increase your success, and your clients!

5 Communication Hacks to Elevate Your Programming

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While kettlebell swings, cleans, jerks, and snatches offer unique challenges in terms of proper skill and execution, the Turkish Get-Up is, without a doubt, one of the more complicated lifts to master.
See how to break it down to get up!

Mastering the Turkish Get-Up

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Did you know?
Personal trainers who have their NASM Corrective Exercise Specialization (CES) earn 48% more than the average personal trainer!

Building Your Business with CES

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Whether you're training the pros or league athletes, don't let an ACL tear sideline their season!

Corrective Exercise: Reducing Risks of Non-Contact ACL Injury

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NASM is thankful for you and your passion for health and fitness. As you prepare to enjoy time with family and friends, check out these fun facts with a Thanksgiving infographic (it even includes some football trivia)!

Fun Thanksgiving Fitness Facts

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It’s Thanksgiving. And Turkey Trot Time!

Corrective Exercise techniques can help keep your clients injury free as they go out and partake in the holiday events. See our infographic for some fast facts and tips to make sure your clients are ready.

Turkey Trot: Crash Course Tips

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Are you a gait watcher?
You can learn a lot about a client's muscles from observing how they walk.

Walk This Way

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Upper Crossed Syndrome: Identifying and Applying Movement Strategies For Improved Posture
As we continually assume the seated, forward head postures driven by electronic devices or poor exercise selection and technique, muscle imbalances will increase.

Upper Crossed Syndrome

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Looking to take your personal training career to the next level?
The NASM Corrective Exercise Specialization (CES) offers you the essential knowledge to set yourself apart and become a standout at your gym and in your career. Corrective Exercise is for all clients – whether that’s for everyday activities or sports performance on the field. Earn your clients loyalty and gain recommendations by...
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NASM Corrective Exercise Specialization: Your Career Development

Looking to take your personal training career to the next level? The NASM Corrective Exercise Specialization (CES) offers you the essential knowledge to set ...

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Are the shorter days making you or your clients SAD?
Seasonal affective disorder (SAD), is a type of depression that affects about 20% of Americans, usually when days grow shorter. Symptoms include concentration problems, fatigue, weight gain, and pessimism. Here's three tips to help get out of the SAD funk.

Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD): What You Need to Know

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Addressing movement compensations is such an important component of exercise program design!

The NASM Corrective Exercise Specialization (CES) will help you deliver a proven method that reduces dysfunction and helps people move, feel and live better. Discover how to use the four-step Corrective Exercise Continuum of inhibit, lengthen, activate and integrate to quickly improve and ultimately...
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NASM’s Corrective Exercise Continuum: 4 Keys to Fixing Movement Dysfunction

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Discover how to make any type of exercise equipment a successful part of your client's fitness routine.

Implementing Resistance Training Modalities for Client Success

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Get a glimpse of the re-launched NASM Corrective Exercise Specialization (CES) here with Rick Richey, NASM Master Instructor and Corrective Exercise expert, as he demonstrates how to activate the posterior tibialis muscle with a client. It’s just one of the many new technique videos included in the enhanced NASM-CES program!

NASM Corrective Exercise Specialist | Earn More as a Personal Trainer

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Teaching a client a new exercise, or even learning a new one yourself, can be a downright challenge. See how different forms of feedback can get the performance just right.

Exercise Feedback and Cueing: Getting Your Clients Moving Correctly

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Time falls back on Sunday!
This always begs the question- what is the potential impact of this time change on physical performance?

Circadian Rhythm and Performance

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