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why personal trainers should understand biomechanics

30 AprWhy personal trainers should study biomechanics


For personal trainers, what does biomechanics provide that could possibly be useful?

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understand biomechanics

27 AprUnderstand biomechanics? Let’s explore the tug of war..


Understanding biomechanics gives you real, tangible and objective data

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Dumbbell vs cable lateral raises

05 AprDumbbell vs cable lateral raises put to the test


Roberta Watts puts cable versus dumbbell lateral raises to the test

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exploring personal training

08 FebExploring personal training in our Lab Time sessions!


Education is a huge part of what we do. We love exploring personal training.

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resistance training principles

10 SepResistance training principles – it’s not just choreography


It’s about following and applying the rules of physics to the body.

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exercise specialist - cook or chef?

15 JulAre you a cook or a chef?


As an exercise specialist, what are you?

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diet and inflammation

21 MarDiet and inflammation – is there a connection?


In the past couple of years, inflammation has been a major buzz word in nutrition circles.

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07 JanThe split squat and the knee over toe conundrum


The ‘knee over toe’ conundrum has been around for a long time.

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chronic pain disorders

10 AprChronic pain disorders explored by Professor Lorimer Moseley


Investigating the role of the brain and mind in chronic pain disorders.

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evidence based practice

12 MarHow credible is evidence-based practice?


Clinical decision making backed by scientific evidence gives both patient and practitioner confidence.

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