I’ve been doing a lot of online fitness education sessions lately:
Core stability of the hip is essential for dynamic movement, performance, and injury prevention in sports, fitness, and everyday activities. Weakness in hip abduction (side steps), external rotation (standing side-lying lift), and flexion (standing double-leg cable lift) has been associated with a greater risk of injury in athletes.
But what are these movements? Are they different from other exercises we do? And how can we incorporate them into our training program? Please take a look at the core stability of the hip and its movements.
Plantar fasciitis is the most common cause of heel pain. It’s an inflammation of the plantar fascia, the connective tissue on the bottom of your foot. It’s a challenging condition to treat and can be very painful. But with the proper treatment and exercises, you can ease your pain and prevent it from returning. In this blog, we share our best tips for fighting plantar fasciitis: what it is, what causes it, how to get rid of it, and how to prevent its return.
Almost all upper body exercises require good scapular stabilization, yet most people have trouble with it. In the long run, poor scapular stabilization can cause pain and other problems, including impingement and even tendonitis. Scapular stability helps prevent shoulder blades from winging or moving awkwardly throughout specific activities. Many of us have improper posture, making it more challenging to achieve this.
The Scapular Stabilization Webinar and Exercise Program aims to give you everything you need to improve your scapular stabilization and change how you think about and approach different exercises from here on out. After going through this program, you will be more conscious of keeping your shoulders stable during movement and avoid having them move in undesirable ways.
What is a fitness education webinar? Let me explain it to you.
What is a Fitness Education Webinar?
A webinar is an online course designed to share great new information with fitness professionals quickly and conveniently.
How Does it Work?
You can attend a webinar if you have a computer and an email account.
After registering for the webinar, you will be emailed details on how to access the webinar. Follow the easy-to-do instructions to access the webinar. You then download and print out a copy of the presentation handout so you can take notes while watching or listening to the webinar.
You start the webinar, and you can watch the fitness education webinar right off the internet, or you can download the webinar to your computer. If you download the webinar, you can watch the presentation at your own pace and re-visit aspects of interest. You can also burn a presentation DVD and add it to your fitness education library or share it with your colleagues.
What are the Benefits of a Fitness Education Webinar?
- No time wasted driving or flying to courses
- No expensive and overpriced course fees
- You can watch the webinar on your own or any computer
- You can watch the webinar when it is convenient and best for you
- You can download the webinar to your iPod and watch it while waiting for a client
- You can learn new fitness education information from the convenience of your home
- You can view the webinar on a PC or Mac
- You can download an MP3 of the webinar and listen to it in your car or during your workout.
- You can earn continuing education credits by watching the fitness education webinar.
- Affordable way of having new information for a clinic or team in-services
What if I don’t like the Fitness Education Webinar?
If the webinar does not meet your expectations, I will refund you. No questions asked.
Rick Kaselj, MS