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25
Aug
As promised, we're back with the second part of our conversation with our wonder women. Just how we deep dived in part 1, we'll be digging deep for answers to questions such as how much money can I make? Will my job be secure? Can I really be financially independent? But, won't it be awkward training men? Enter our wonder women, wh
23
May
The terms exercise and training are two separate concepts but often used interchangeably, and that isn’t correct. Exercise has always been in the recommendations list of all the health and fitness professionals alike. Just a cursory look at any medical organization’s website would show you exercise recommendations ranging from a mere 75 mins
07
Mar
What Is the Specific Adaption to Imposed Demand principle? Fitness fundamentals are important to know as a fitness professional (aspiring fitness professionals too!): the Specific Adaption to Imposed Demand (SAID) principle asserts that the human body adapts to imposed demands. What does this mean? Let's understand with the help of an
14
Feb
We live in an age of growing health and fitness awareness, where people are starting to get more and more conscious about what they eat and how they take care of their bodies. While some people might have a basic fitness knowledge and can form their own workout routine, a majority of people these days choose to approach a professional fitness train
25
Sep
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In the not-so-distant past, women were urged to cut down on or even avoid exercise during pregnancy. Doctors feared that the jarring motion of running or lifting weights could damage the fetus, and prescribed abstinence from these activities even for the professional athletes. Fortunately, the tide has turned and it has been proven that exercising