In order to design effective corrective exercise programs that both alleviate pain and improve function, fitness professionals must understand their clients’ strengths, limitations, and weaknesses.1
Many people have scars as a result of accidents, injuries and surgeries. While scar tissue is extremely helpful at repairing cells quickly to prevent further damage and/or injury, the characteristics
Wow, what a year. This week marks one year since the world seemed to be turned upside down and inside out. At the beginning of the pandemic, no one could predict the challenges that were ahead of us.
Congrats! You are now a certified Nutrition Coach. Now, you may be wondering what the next step is to finding clients and building your business. Ideas for attracting nutrition coaching clients
A nutrition coach has demonstrated the basic knowledge of science-backed nutrition concepts and the ability to educate and motivate clients toward healthier eating patterns. NETA's Nutrition Coach
Ankle pain is a common and frustrating problem that many people experience at one time or another.2,8 It can negatively affect almost every move one makes, from standing, to walking to working out.
Although the strategies used in wellness coaching and nutrition coaching are similar, wellness coaches are equipped to address a broader range of topics to include nutrition as well as fitness, stress
As the field of corrective exercise continues to thrive, clients plagued by musculoskeletal pain and dysfunction increasingly request therapeutic exercise strategies from personal trainers. Meeting
NETA’s Nutrition Coach Specialty Certification is for certified personal trainers and group exercise instructors looking to further their careers. Earning NETA’s Nutrition Coach Specialty
Good health and wellness depends not only on proper physical fitness, but adequate nutrition. To help clients on their journeys to achieve health goals, fitness professionals are adding nutrition