While in school as a kinesiology major, the inability to diagnose and treat was the spark that goaded me towards physical therapy.
How to reframe your identity to fit who you are and who you want to be.
Instead of using arbitrary textbook standards or spending money on gadgets to gauge rest times, just breathe.
Are you constantly asking for advice from anyone and everyone on the Internet until you find what fits your biases?
You'd better do your homework, and your gym work, before you show up for your RKC weekend.
Poor coaching is a problem, but it pales in comparison to doing nothing at all.
DVRT education delivers value by focusing on a clear and sensible system, not just exercises.
Knowing a bit about a lot is the key to being an effective trainer.
A look into the School of Strength, and the future of the independent gym and coach.
A look beyond the fitness industry and the state of the independent gym and coach.
Cold cynicism is probably the best attitude to take when considering another certification.
You may spend 20% of your annual income on certifications and self-education but how does it improve you and your business?
Put down the computer, get off YouTube, and go and learn in person from the industry experts.
Follow this guide to help you tell the difference between a pro and a phony.
The real story behind a controversial tweet from CrossFit's social media team.
Saying you aren’t an expert in something is seen as a sign of weakness. But nothing could be further from the truth.
A new survey of physical therapists who hold a CSCS credential found it might only be helpful in some areas of business.