Bodily Injury Liability Insurance for Rehabilitation Professionals

What Athletic Trainers Should Know About Opioids

Dietary Supplements for Athletes

The Non-Sport Aspects of Concussion Management 

Injury Prevention Exercises for Athletes

Developing a Strength & Conditioning Program

Splinting Techniques for Athletic Trainers and Rehabilitation Professionals

Pros and Cons of Cryotherapy for Athletes

Static Stretching vs. Dynamic Stretching

Concussion Care for Athletic Trainers

What Are Muscle Clocks?

Redesign Your Rest and Recovery Periods

Muscle Clocks and The Value of Synchronized Training

Military-Inspired Training

Muscle Clocks and The Value of Synchronized Training

Cross-educate Your Muscles Using Unilateral Training

Training Loads for Women over 40

Plyometrics for Active Aging

Taking a Short Rest After Every Rep May Be a Smarter Way to Strength Train

Why Low Volume, Mixed-Intensity Training Can Get You Strong Fast

Create a Client Base for Your Fitness Business

Enhance Your Running Game by Strengthening Your Hips

Professional American Football -inspired Strength Workouts

Military-inspired Training: Take the Good, Avoid the Risk

Training Tips for Improving Body Composition

Reconsider Your Recovery Periods

3 Tips to Maximize Your Time in the Gym

The Benefits of Unilateral Training

HIIT Programming: When and How-to Use Moderate-Intensity As a Modification

Combined Training for Fitness and Weight Loss Clients

Time to Reconsider Muscle Confusion

Five Programming Tips for Faster Results

Finding The Right Angle To Remedy Knee Pain

Design, Execute and Modify a Program For Your Client

Strength and Cardio Supersets

Rhabdomyolysis: Are Trend HIT Programs to Blame?

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