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The International Sports Sciences Association believes that the health and fitness of our society can be significantly improved by our students' success as health, sports and fitness professionals. Our efforts to stem the tide of poor health and physical decline are multiplied exponentially as our graduates and members disseminate the ISSA principles and methods to their clients, peers and associates.

"ISSA Has Successfully Helped Over 40,000 Individuals Worldwide!"

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ISSA was the first organization to recognize the need for specialized levels of education in the fitness field. We established standards of professionalism that are now recognized throughout our industry. We built our organization in response to the public's need for professional guidance and inspiration combined with a strong foundation of scientific knowledge and practical understanding. Our efforts become multiplied by hundreds of times as our graduates take the principles and practices they learn from our programs and disseminate this information to their clients.

How To Get Certified
The ISSA acts as a teaching institution and certification agency for fitness trainers, athletic trainers, aerobic instructors, and medical professionals in every field of health care. ISSA hosts seminars in most states as well as numerous countries around the world.

You Can Get Certified In The Following Catogories:

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  • Specialist in Martial Arts Conditioning (SMAC)
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  • Youth Fitness Trainer (YFT)
  • Water Fitness Trainer (WFT)
  • Endurance Fitness Trainer (EFT)

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Rest & Recovery: The Overlooked Aspect Of Training Success Part 1!
When you consider that most people spend only 4-10 hours a week working out, you can see that the vast majority of our time is spent in the rest and recovery phase. Several factors effect recovery rate. Find out what they are and how they can help you!
Section: Training :: Jan 19, 2010

Rest & Recovery: Minimizing Fatigue, Overreaching and Overtraining Part 2!
When you consider that most people spend only 4-10 hours a week working out, you can see that the vast majority of our time is spent in the rest and recovery phase. Several factors effect recovery rate. Find out what they are and how they can help you!
Section: Training :: Jan 19, 2010

Creatine And Carbohydrates 10 Days Out From The Show!
Loading with creatine and carbohydrates before a bodybuilding competition can be good but you have to watch when and how much to do. Learn more right here.
Section: Supplements :: Feb 02, 2006

The P.R. Department: An Intro To Powerlifting.
What is powerlifting? Lots of people ask about the sport... I will answer this question and explain the basic aspects of what powerlifting really is. Check it out!
Section: Training :: Jan 17, 2006

Power Fitness: A New Look On How To Get A New Shape For Women!
This article is intended to help you take a look at another way to help your female clients get in great shape. Learn more about this and how PowerFitness can help women get more results in less time.
Section: Training :: Jan 04, 2006

An Introduction To Yoga!
This article will explain what yoga is and share a quick guide to the most popular types of yoga that can help you decode the schedule at your gym and figure out which class is right for you.
Section: Training :: Jan 03, 2006

The Effects Of Strength Training In Water Vs. On Land!
There are many different programs that can be used in the water. Aquatic Step Training, and Circuit Training for example. This study is focused on Strength Training in the circuit and plyometric fashion. Better than in water? You decide.
Section: Sports :: Oct 26, 2005

The McDiet: Can It Be Done The Right Way?
The answer to that question is... yes! Don't believe me, then continue on through this article. As I have discovered it is possible to stay healthy with fast food. Check it out!
Section: Nutrition :: Oct 21, 2005

Focus On Fiber: How Much Is Enough?
Looking for an easy and natural way increase your vitality and improve your overall well-being? Try eating more fiber!
Section: Supplements :: Aug 19, 2005

Nutrition Know-How: Seven Simple Ways To Eat Healthier!
The key to better health is learning the difference between healthy and unhealthy nutrients. See the brief list I have put together here for a clear understanding of healthy nutrients.
Section: Nutrition :: Jul 25, 2005

Ab-solutely Excellent Crunches!
The main purpose of the crunch is to strengthen the abdominal muscles by challenging the abdominal group. Here I will discuss what the abdominal group is, the common pitfalls, and some strength training exercises for that area of the body.
Section: Training :: Jul 13, 2005

Rest Periods Between Sets: Everything You Ever Needed To Know!
Rest is an often overlooked part of training, yet it can make or break you. For now I will share with you information regarding athletes and rest intervals while training.
Section: Training :: Jul 06, 2005

A Simplified Anabolic Burst Mass Gaining Program.
Here is a simplified, general program designed to help increase lean mass and strength, while minimizing any gains of fat. I have tested it on myself and others, and it works remarkably well and actually fits in quite well with a social life...
Section: Training :: Feb 23, 2005

Staying Power: A New Method Of Training Endurance Athletes!
One of the biggest problems with strength training for endurance athletes is the following: should I train like a strength athlete, like an aerobics instructor, or do I just skip the weights altogether?
Section: Sports :: Jan 28, 2005

Intramuscular Triglycerides (IMTG) As An Ergogenic Aid.
Years ago I became fascinated with the potential role of intramuscular triglycerides (abbreviated as IMTG) as a fuel source in bodybuilding. Find out what it is and what it can do for you.
Section: Nutrition :: Apr 16, 2004

The Recipe For Sexy Glutes!
In the world of fitness training it is important to look good coming and going. Having a nice shapely firm butt WILL get you noticed. Find out how to get sexy glutes!
Section: Training :: Apr 04, 2004

Following Your Own North Star!
With the New Year upon us, set your North Star and use it as your guide through the stormy days ahead. Trust it in the same way scores of sailors and centuries of travelers have followed it to reach their final destination. It is a fail proof method of reaching your goals.
Section: Mind :: Feb 11, 2004

How Can I Keep Myself Motivated At The Gym?
How do you push yourself to the gym after that initial enthusiasm has worn off? Let me give you a few very simple suggestions that may help you motivate yourself to get going with your workout everyday.
Section: Mind :: Jan 26, 2004

Pass The Salt!
Humans need salt to live. When man developed agriculture, salt was added to supplement the vegetable and cereal diet and the quest for salt became a primary motivation in history. Learn the facts about salt!
Section: Nutrition :: Jan 12, 2004

Football & Rubber Bands: How Can They Help You?
As a strength coach, I am always looking at new methods of training to improve the conditioning of my athletes. In my own training as a power lifter, I have recently incorporated rubber bands. I have used them all—from the mini-bands to the heavy bands. The great thing about the bands is that they can expand on the basic lifts.
Section: Sports :: Jan 07, 2004

Training Perspective: In The Warzone... GI Bears The Loads!
No, GI fans, it is not necessary to call the fight just yet. The cagey veteran may have given up a couple of rounds, and he may at this time have his back against the ropes... but hands are high as he continues to bear the brunt of the load! But for NOW at least, the GI has been saved by the bell!
Section: Nutrition :: Dec 29, 2003

Training Perspective: Science Starved? The Satiety Index Really Satisfies!
Several research projects directed at unearthing these mechanisms have been undertaken over the years, and some valuable insights have emerged from the sludge. Find out what the Satiety index is and how it can help you!
Section: Nutrition :: Dec 29, 2003

Reaching Your Goals!
Find out how to reach your goals by learning from a champion! Find out how I took an amatuer kick boxer into a title winning champion by getting his goals in the right place!
Section: Mind :: Dec 23, 2003

Contributing Factors To Client Success!
It is important to keep the best interest of the client top priority at all times; even at the cost of lost revenue, thereby earning the client’s trust with genuine interest and caring!
Section: Training :: Dec 19, 2003

Get In The Kitchen And Cook Yourself A Nice 6-pack!
It's getting colder outside and people tend to be less active. The six-pack from the hot summer will be covered by ugly fat. This scenario is known and feared by all fit people. BUT the fact is - it doesn’t have to happen!
Section: Training :: Dec 19, 2003

Travel & Vacation Workouts!
How many times have you gone on a business trip or a vacation and have wanted to workout, but have not? Well I have some advice for those of you who know how to workout and are not too lazy to find the time to slip in a few workouts (not at a gym or fitness center) while gone.
Section: Training :: Dec 11, 2003

4 Weeks To MONSTER MASS!
If you have been looking to put on some serious mass, then this is the plan for you. In just four weeks one of my clients has put on 6 pounds of mass without gaining any in the waist. Try this 4-week mass plan and let us know what kind of gains you make!
Section: Training :: Dec 01, 2003

Spot Reduction Or Spot Of Lies?
Spot reduction is not possible! So forget those vibrating belts and always remember that if these products were so infallible there would not be a single out of shape person walking this earth!
Section: Training :: Dec 01, 2003

Making New Year's Resolutions!
Every year we see the same tips on how to keep those resolutions. And every year it's the same adage: A New Year... A New You! We hear this from the sales people in the health clubs, and from the trainers. Learn why!
Section: Mind :: Nov 25, 2003

Ephedra: Healthy Supplement Or Health Hazard?
The herbal supplement ephedra (also known by the Chinese name of Ma Huang) has become one of the top news items of recent years. Some in the general public will agree with the decision, others will not.
Section: Supplements :: Nov 20, 2003

Health Food Scams!
Product promotions are based on a distorted logic that attempts to extrapolate a correlation between an outside piece of scientific data, and a health food product. Find out how to not get scammed by knowing what you are paying for and what works and what doesn't!
Section: Nutrition :: Nov 18, 2003

Trade In Your Six-Pack For A Set Of Functional Abs!
In this 3-part series, we will look into the structure and function of the abdominal wall, the consequences of faulty training, and how to properly train for maximum function and strength. So without further delay, let’s get to it!
Section: Training :: Nov 10, 2003

Amino Acids: Your Body's Building Blocks!
Why do so many fitness enthusiasts have such a limited understanding of protein and amino acids? We hope that the information in this article will serve as a beacon among the sea of misinformation about protein and amino acids.
Section: Supplements :: Nov 04, 2003

Can Sugar Make You Sick?
Sugar improves the flavor of foods and also widens the range of foods we eat. Without sugar for example, many high fiber breakfast cereals providing important nutrients would taste like cardboard, and be quite inedible.
Section: Nutrition :: Oct 30, 2003

Exercise Program Recommendations For Trainers And Clients.
Fitness enthusiasts demand more options, less monotony, and a great work out. Unfortunately, many fitness trainers have not risen to this challenge...
Section: Training :: Oct 14, 2003

Stay Healthy By Building Strong Bones!
uilding and maintaining strong healthy bones is a lifelong concern because our bones are living tissue in a constant state of renewal. Most people believe thin, weak bones are inevitable. They aren't!
Section: Training :: Oct 14, 2003

The Myth Of The Bench Press: Part Two.
Bench pressing, on its own accord, cannot stand as a main staple athletic weight training exercise. Learn why!
Section: Training :: Oct 13, 2003

Sculpt That Body: Train For You Body Type!
If you have been exercising for 30 days or more with the goal of LOSING WEIGHT with NO visible results (your measurements/body fat/weight) chances are, you are not working according to your body type. Learn how to train for your body type!
Section: Training :: Oct 07, 2003

The Myth Of The Bench Press
The most common asked question in most weight training circles is, how much can you bench? You will often hear the question answered with astounding totals that are often an exaggeration of the individual's hope...
Section: Training :: Sep 30, 2003

Unleashing Plyometrics!
The ability of plyometrics to develop speed and power above and beyond traditional weight training is what makes this style of training a crucial variable in almost any successful sports conditioning program, from football to ping pong!
Section: Sports :: Sep 22, 2003

Are You Working Too Hard?
If you think that spending more time in the gym will give you better overall results, think again. Excessive exercising can quickly lead to overtraining, an imbalance between training and recovery. Learn why and how to prevent it!
Section: Training :: Sep 10, 2003

Controlling Muscle Breakdown.
The hormonal response to training is without a doubt one of the top factors to a successful training program.
Section: Training :: Sep 09, 2003

All About Antioxidant Supplementation!
I have collected a series of articles form various publications that collectively summarize many of the most current perspectives on supplementing antioxidants.
Section: Supplements :: Sep 09, 2003

Organizing Your Workouts!
Make use of all the tools you have at your disposal. The more diverse your approach the less likely you are to hit a plateau and burn out. Learn how to organize your workouts!
Section: Training :: Sep 02, 2003

All About Muscle Fatigue.
I hope that this article provides you with a possible short-term remedy and does not confuse you more but rather makes you more aware of what is going on when your muscles become fatigued.
Section: Training :: Aug 29, 2003

Effective Back Training: The Latissimus Dorsi.
Back training has long been an area of controversy in strength training. Are you armed with the facts? In an effort to keep this article as simple and reader-friendly as possible, it will concentrate on the realm of the latissimus dorsi muscle, or the lats.
Section: Training :: Aug 25, 2003

Designing Effective Fat Loss Programs!
What do most of these clients want? They want to lose weight! They have gained some extra pounds over the last month, year, decade or beyond, and want to make some permanent lifestyle changes to reverse this trend for summer. Learn how to design an effective fat loss program!
Section: Training :: Aug 22, 2003

3 Sets Of 10: Mainstay Or Myth?
Everyone has something that annoys them about the fitness industry. For me it is program design. The 3 sets of 10 reps program got its start in the '40s and '50s in some early strength training experiments. Learn why it is so popular and if it is the best way to train...
Section: Training :: Aug 21, 2003

The Truth About HMB!
Beta-hydroxy-beta-methylbuteric acid, or HMB, is a metabolite of the essential amino acid Leucine. HMB is thought to play a role in the regulation of protein breakdown in the body. Learn what it is and how it can help you!
Section: Supplements :: Aug 21, 2003

You Can't Spot Reduce: Learn Why!
You can't spot reduce! The amount of misinformation on the market has spiraled out of control over the past few years. There are now machines and gadgets that target the inner thigh, the outer thigh, the lower abs, the upper abs, and I could go on and on. Learn why you can't spot reduce!
Section: Training :: Aug 19, 2003

Killer Quad Day: Redefining Intensity!
An important note here is that the workout below is intended for advanced clients, not the beginners, unless your intention is to scare them away for good. Also, you might want to mentally prepare yourself BEFORE you start this workout!
Section: Training :: Aug 14, 2003

Stretch & Grow!
In almost every activity or sport, stretching has always been a typical way to warm up the body and get it ready for action. However, you do not have to be an elite athlete to reap the rewards. Learn the benefits of stretching and how to. Bonus: Brenda Kelly's stretching and flexibility tips!
Section: Training :: Aug 13, 2003

Training Tips For Building Your Pectoralis Major!
The pectoralis major is without question one of the most frequently trained muscles in fitness and sport. Despite it's popularity, few people know much about the anatomy and kinesiology of this important muscle. Learn it here!
Section: Training :: Aug 12, 2003

Avoiding Fat Traps During Summer Travel!
Time spent in cars, campers, planes and hotels can compromise all the hard work and sacrifices you have made preparing for summer. Here are a few tips to consider when traveling on the road.
Section: Training :: Aug 08, 2003

Sports, Exercise and Alcohol!
Most athletes use alcohol for reasons aside from competition. Alcohol stimulates a feeling of well being and euphoria, and can eliminate social inhibitions. Learn how it effects your performance and what alcohol does to your system!
Section: Nutrition :: Aug 07, 2003

Nutrient Ratios & Caloric Needs!
Laying the foundation for an effective diet can be a complicated process. Learn why and let's get back to the basics. We will simplify calculating caloric needs and nutrient ratios in this article.
Section: Nutrition :: Aug 06, 2003

Romanian Deadlifts: Training The Other Half Of Your Leg!
One of the most effective, most overlooked, and on the rare occasion it is performed, most poorly executed exercises for this purpose is the Romanian Deadlift (RDL). Learn how to perform it and why it is so effective!
Section: Training :: Aug 05, 2003

Imagery In Sports Training.
Imagery alone will not make a champion. Athletes still have to spend hours in the gym and on the field and also employ some of the other psychological techniques at their service. Nonetheless, what was once thought of as parlor trickery is now an integral part of their training regime. Learn why & what it is!
Section: Sports :: Aug 01, 2003

The Outdoor Summer Fun Workout!
Need an outdoor summer fun workout? Here it comes! This workout is for people who want to burn a lot of calories in a short amount of time with their own outdoor circuit training.
Section: Training :: Jul 30, 2003

Fitness Trainers: The Future of Senior Healthcare!
Abundant information is available on the benefits of exercise and successful aging, yet older adults are not receiving this vital information. Get it here!
Section: Training :: Jul 28, 2003

Five Tips To Improve Your Training Efficiency!
In fact, the following 5 suggestions enabled me to help a 37 year old elite jui jitsu competitor to increase his lean body mass by over 20 pounds during a 15 week training cycle in 1997. Use these methods religiously and you'll start to obtain similar results for your clients! Learn how it can help YOU!
Section: Training :: Jul 24, 2003

Balancing The Use Of Carbohydrates & Fats.
Fat loss is one of these topics and will continue to be a highly debated issue for fitness enthusiast. We will discuss the effects of fats and carbohydrates on exercise.
Section: Nutrition :: Jul 23, 2003

Making Your Workout More Exciting!
Many people tell me they hate to exercise. For the most part, these people do not think exercise is fun, it's a chore. Learn how to make it fun with these 7 great tips!
Section: Training :: Jul 21, 2003

A Synergistic Approach To Fat Loss.
In this day and age everyone has a set idea of what they want to look like, but have difficulty obtaining it. Whether it is those annoying love handles or a little excess fat on the thighs, cutting calories can help. By incorporating a proper diet and exercise program into your daily life you can get on your way to that figure you always wanted.
Section: Training :: Jul 18, 2003

Q & A With James Wilson # 4.
Learn how to determine your 1 rep max, how to make your client get a better pump, what cardio equipment targets the glutes and hamtrings and a great routine for women to bulk up their upper body and tone their lower body.
Section: Training :: Jul 18, 2003

Q & A With James Wilson # 3.
Find out what books are best to help improve your training routine, what exercises would be best for someone with not meniscus, how to determine if you have carpal tunnel and an inside look at the ISSA Certified Fitness Trainers book.
Section: Training :: Jul 17, 2003

The Performance Based Diet.
What if I told you that your diet might be robbing you of performance in the gym or in your sport? Most people familiar with trends in the nutritional aspect of the fitness field have seen a shifting of views regarding carbohydrates. Learn the truth!
Section: Nutrition :: Jul 15, 2003

Training A Soccer Player: The Basics.
Soccer, or football as it's called outside of the States, is the number one sport in the world. Since the majority of the game is played without the ball, we will focus our discussion on training without possession and leave the ball skill up to the coaches.
Section: Training :: Jul 11, 2003

How To Get Motivated & Stay Motivated!
What got you into bodybuilding? Was it seeing a bodybuilding show? Learn how to get motivated and stay motivated because the more you focus on what you're working to achieve, the less distractions enter your awareness. This lifts you out of the state of mind that can't see success.
Section: Mind :: Jul 09, 2003

Got Balls: A Look At The Different Types Of Medicine Balls!
As professionals in the fitness industry our duties are manifold. Most of us encounter clients of all shapes, sizes, and abilities. In this article we will be talking about various types and applications of medicine balls.
Section: Training :: Jul 08, 2003

Fiber For Fat Loss?
Fiber for fat loss, are you crazy? That's right folks, fiber can actually help you lose fat. We all know that fiber will help fight against heart disease, cholesterol, diabetes and colon cancer, but it also plays a role in fighting obesity. Learn how it can help YOU!
Section: Nutrition :: Jul 01, 2003

Insulin & Bodybuilding.
This article will discuss the different classifications of carbohydrates, and how the body regulates blood glucose levels. Practical applications to bodybuilders will close out the article.
Section: Nutrition :: Jun 25, 2003

Fats For Your Health.
The body needs a certain amount of fat in the diet. It stores fat to serve as a quick energy source and to protect important organs. While fat is necessary and essential for proper health, some types of fats are damaging to the cardiovascular system.
Section: Nutrition :: Jun 17, 2003

Sports Training 101: Mountain Biking
In this article, I am going to disginguish the different types of mountain bikers. Once we have that cleared up, we will take a look at some training suggestions for mountain bikers of all levels.
Section: Training :: Jun 13, 2003

A Call For Swiss Ball Sanity!
Go into just about any gym in the United States, and you will more than likely see them; big, beachball-looking objects, usually scattered around the area set aside for stretching and abdominal training.
Section: Training :: Jun 13, 2003

Home Workouts: Are They For You?
Hopefully this article will introduce some people who would not have otherwise thought about it, especially personal trainers, to the wonderful experience of having an in-home gym.
Section: Training :: Jun 11, 2003

Personal Trainers: Meeting With Your Client For The First Time.
You've gotten your business up and running. You've identified a great title for your operation, and a great logo as well. Your first meeting is today and you don't know what to say, wear or how to approach them, learn it all here!
Section: Training :: Jun 10, 2003

3 Reasons To Try Tempeh!
When most people hear soy, they usually think of tofu and soymilk. Soon tempeh (pronounced tem-PAY) will be one of the first soy products to come to mind. It comes in several varieties, either 100 percent soybeans or soybeans combined with one or more grains like rice, millet, or barley.
Section: Nutrition :: May 27, 2003

The Frontiers In Body Awareness.
Unless you are a competitive powerlifter or Olympic-style weightlifter, you are not being judged on how much weight you can throw around in the gym. Remember that you should strive to work smarter, not harder. That is the essence of better body intelligence...
Section: Training :: May 24, 2003

Time Under Tension In Your Training Program
This concept was first popularized in North America by the now well-known strength coach Charles Poliquin. This author suggests monitoring the actual time that a muscle is "under tension" during an exercise by using a clock or stopwatch, and recording this parameter in the training log via a numerical system.
Section: Training :: May 23, 2003

All About Ribose.
A new dietary supplement ingredient, ribose, claims to increase ATP and energy levels, based on scientific research. Learn how it can help you!
Section: Supplements :: May 23, 2003

Exercise and Women's Health: A Critical Part of Overall Health.
Women's health issues will play a more prominent role in today's and tomorrow's health care system. By promoting exercise and healthy diets to women during childbearing years (ages 20-38), they can certainly reduce the risk of acquiring the disease in the first place.
Section: Training :: May 21, 2003

Strong Legs For Living Life.
The effects of exercise and disuse are well documented. The deterioration of the lower body is cyclical. Squatting may be more than a means to maintain a strong lower body, it may be a means to maintaining a healthy, active lifestyle.
Section: Training :: May 20, 2003

Arthritis: The Six Most Frequently Asked Questions.
This article is designed to address the most frequently asked questions about exercise and arthritis. Find out what the six most common questions on arthritis are!
Section: Training :: May 16, 2003

Recovery Period's Effects On Strength.
Strength coaches and other fitness professionals have long debated the causes of decreased performance as a result of fatigue during strength training, and the best rest intervals to reduce that fatigue. Find out what is best based on research!
Section: Training :: May 15, 2003

Q & A With James Wilson # 2.
Are you trying to find out what aerobics are better for burning fat or if yoga has serious benefits? Find out here!
Section: Training :: May 14, 2003

Knee Surgery & The Road Back.
On Wednesday, October 13, I had my left knee operated on arthroscopically. Find out what I did in the first 10 days to have a speedy recovery!
Section: Training :: May 13, 2003

Q & A With James Wilson
Check back each month as I will be adding more and more questions and answer from our viewers!
Section: Training :: May 12, 2003

Breaking Through Plateaus.
You need to assess your current program as far as your nutrition and training if you want to break through your training plateaus.
Section: Training :: May 09, 2003

Setting Goals For Fast Results.
Follow these suggestions exactly as they are laid out and see how focused you become and how much faster you progress towards your desired goal.
Section: Mind :: May 06, 2003

A Brief Overview Of Herbalism.
Learn how different herbs can help you improve your energy, strength, health and many other things! Find out how it can help you!
Section: Supplements :: May 02, 2003

Optimizing Your Biceps Potential.
Whether in a short-sleeved shirt or a tank top, the arms are a very visible body part. Through this article we will outline the specific functions of the biceps and how to properly train them for optimal result.
Section: Training :: May 01, 2003

Manipulating Hormone Release Naturally With Resistance Training!
Only resistance training that is high in intensity, utilizing 8-10 repetitions, heavy resistance and a maximum of one minute rest between sets will maximize serum testosterone and growth hormone levels, thus allowing for successful recovery, adaptation, and muscular growth.
Section: Training :: Apr 29, 2003

MCT Oil: Is It The Ultimate Way To Burn Fat?
Athletes swear that it gives them more energy. So what is this magic elixir that so many claim can boost your metabolism and turn your body into a mean, lean, fat burning machine? It is MCT oil.
Section: Supplements :: Apr 29, 2003

Atkins vs. Pritikin: The Debate Rages On!
The battle lines have been drawn and everyone has taken sides. It is by far the most heated subject in nutrition, and self-proclaimed gurus have crawled out of the woodwork to weigh in with their opinions on the high carb diet vs. low carb diet debate.
Section: Nutrition :: Apr 18, 2003

The Benefits Of Yoga!
Yoga has become very popular over the last decade. Why are so many people doing it? What are the benefits and what is the commitment? Can it replace strength or cardiovascular training? Learn the benefits of Yoga!
Section: Training :: Apr 16, 2003

Considerations For Summertime Fat Loss!
Taking into account these considerations will help an individual design a safe and effective plan for weight loss. Although summer is just around the corner, there is no better time then the present to draw into the fitness lifestyle.
Section: Training :: Apr 16, 2003

Pectoralis Development Through Proper Biomechanics.
By having a stronger comprehension of the proper biomechanics of the pectoralis muscles, as well as correct methods in which to stretch this muscle, you can successfully design a program in which you can optimize your pectoralis muscle potential.
Section: Training :: Apr 14, 2003

Are All Calories Created Equal?
Gauging your caloric consumption without having an awareness of your energy expenditure is useless in gaining or losing body weight.
Section: Nutrition :: Apr 11, 2003

The Lost Art And Science Of Weight Training!
Will it ever come to pass that platforms make a comeback in the gym? Find out along with Dr. Squats opinion on machines verses free-weights.
Section: Training :: Apr 10, 2003

Does Fruit Make You Fat?
Fruit is a healthy food, full of nutrients, high in fiber, vitamins, minerals, and low in fat and calories. Learn the truth about fruits and the myth that it will make you fat!
Section: Nutrition :: Apr 08, 2003

Disa Hatfield's Powerlifting Q & A
Disa Hatfield is a California State powerlifting champion! Should children powerlift? How should a belt be worn? Get the answers to your questions and more!
Section: Training :: Apr 02, 2003

Resistance-Training Programs For TOTAL Beginners!
There is a lot of confusion as to the right steps to take in starting a resistance training program. The following is for those people who have their aerobic workouts, but do not have an anaerobic workout! Here are 25 full programs with tips!
Section: Training :: Apr 01, 2003

Building Your LATS Through Proper Biomechanics
Learn how to optimize your Latissimus Dorsi workout! Exercise and biomechanics guides now available.
Section: Training :: Apr 01, 2003

Depression and The Bodybuilder.
It's both axiomatic and paradoxical that bodybuilders preparing for competition are malnourished to the point of sickness. Learn the truth about depression!
Section: Training :: Mar 26, 2003

Is Swiss Ball Training For You?
Find out if swiss balls are right for you and how to use them properly!
Section: Training :: Mar 25, 2003

The Advantages Of Two-A-Days!
Try this great way to mix things up, stimulating unprecedented muscle and strength gains, while helping to slash bodyfat.
Section: Training :: Mar 20, 2003

What Makes Muscles Grow?
If you want to develop more muscle, then you better get ready to do some hard work and prepare for slow gains, for the body will only respond to a combination of resistance training, diet and rest.
Section: Training :: Mar 14, 2003

Deltoid Development Through Proper Biomechanics!
Whenever we engage in a lifting movement, we utilize the deltoid muscles. Learn how to get well-developed deltoids with biomechanics!
Section: Training :: Feb 07, 2003

The Glycemic Index!
The varied use of low, mid and high glycemic foods are also being studied and integrated as part of good sports nutrition and enhanced performance. Learn why it is so important!
Section: Nutrition :: Feb 01, 2003

Protein Supplements Vs. Protein Foods!
The biggest advantage of protein supplements is not that they can build more muscle than chicken or egg whites or any other whole food protein, the biggest advantage is convenience. Lean why!
Section: Supplements :: Jan 24, 2003

You Are What You Eat!
Since fat is such a concern, it's best to discuss it and get it over with; to extract truth from myth. Learn the four so called facts and why people deserve to know the truth!
Section: Nutrition :: Jan 10, 2003

How To Make It As A Certified Personal Trainer In A Small Town!
As a certified personal trainer myself, I have noticed over the years how hard it is for a certified personal trainer to make it in a small town/city. Learn how to make it in your small town!
Section: Training :: Dec 06, 2002

Seeking the '6-Pak'!
We must not neglect the serratus anterior muscles and the external obliques which make up the lateral portions of the '6-pak'. Learn the secrets on how to get the 6 pak...
Section: Training :: Nov 14, 2002


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