Category: training

Best GYMs in Singapore

Best GYMs in Singapore – An ultimate guide to find the best in Singapore.  By: Suhib MSp.Coach. NSCA CSCS, ASCA L2, ATFCA L3 Singapore, often known as the “Lion City”, is a buzzing metropolis filled with skyscrapers, tasty food, and countless places to see. But that’s not all. Singapore also boasts a vibrant fitness culture….

Strength Training – A vital component to improving running performance

Strength Training – A vital component to improving running performance By: Ranell Hobson MSp.Coach. NSCA CSCS, ASCA L2, ATFCA L3 If runners of all distances took strength training seriously then they would most likely see a dramatic decrease in their performance times without any addition to km’s covered each week. In fact, if most runners…

The Importance of Power Training – Boxing, Aquabag, and Landmine

💪 The Importance of Power Training: Try Boxing, Aquabag, and Landmine 💥 Power training plays a crucial role in enhancing athletic performance, improving overall strength, and achieving specific fitness goals. Power training can include workouts like boxing and Warrior Strong classes. When it comes to developing power, three training tools that have gained significant popularity…

REHAB – Staying Within The Scope of Practice

As dedicated personal trainers, your role extends beyond guiding clients through fitness routines. You have the potential to play a vital role in the rehabilitation process, collaborating with healthcare professionals to support clients on their path to recovery. By continuously expanding your knowledge and skills through rehab trainer courses, you can enhance your contributions while…

Is Bone Broth A Miracle Food?

Bone broth is one of those food trends. It has been around for decades but gaining some attention recently. Some nutritionists and health fanatics claim bone broth is a miracle food that can alleviate a host of health issues. To start, bone broth is a type of broth that is made by simmering animal bones…

Strategies To Incorporate Flaxseeds Into Your Daily Regimen

Flaxseeds are trendy in today’s health food culture yet they have been around for thousands of years. They come from flowering Linum usitatissimum plant, they are cultivated for food and fiber. Flaxseeds even have use in the textile industry due to its strong durable fibers found in the plant’s stem. Two tablespoons of ground flaxseed is…

The Myth of Motivation for Autism and Neurodivergent Athletes

Are all your autism and/or neurodivergent athletes motivated all the time? Likely not. “my son/daughter/students/clients aren’t motivated to exercise” is the most common question/lamentation I get. The Meaning of Motivation To understand the solution, we have to reframe the question and consider what is meant by “motivation” and “exercise.” At the risk of answering a question…

How can a Running Course Improve your PT Business

As a personal trainer, you’re always looking for ways to improve your knowledge and skills to better serve your clients. If you have clients who are runners or are interested in running, taking a course on run coaching can be a great way to expand your expertise and enhance your ability to help them achieve…

Is Rice Good or Bad?

Rice is a dietary staple for over 3.5 billion people worldwide, as shared in a National Geographic report. As a source of daily sustenance and energy, more than 515 million metric tonnes of rice are consumed yearly. Despite this, rice is often criticised for its high carbohydrate content and association with weight gain. Most fitness…

L-Carnitine The Wonder Fat Loss Miracle or Just Marketing Hype?

INTRODUCTION The International Society of Sports Nutrition pointed out that L-carnitine is a common nutrient found in multiple weight loss supplements. This is because many have classified the nutrient as a wonder when it comes to fat loss. However, the opinion of the majority may not be the scientific reality. Therefore, this article examines the…