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Strong Hips Help Keep Strong Knees

Posted by on October 8, 2015 at 1:15 am

Do your clients know that if their hips aren’t stable and effectively able to stabilize their pelvis while walking, running or playing sports, their knees will suffer?

Remember….

Strong Hips = Strong Knees.  Weak Hips = Weak Knees

Here’s some tips you can share with your clients on conditioning hips in a variety of ways. These exercises really work when performed 2-3 days per week on alternating days. Share with your clients!

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Revenue with Running Programs – Part 3 Injuries

Posted by on September 8, 2014 at 6:14 pm

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If your clients are like mine….more and more of them are signing up for running events. This trend is not only wonderful for your clients’ and their health….it can also be an easy way for you to earn extra revenue with a running program! Check out how we operate our running program, set up your own and then use the info in this series to send to your clients to inspire them to join your running program!

Today we will focus on what you should recommend if one of your clients gets injured while running.

Now send your clients this info and then ask them to join you for YOUR running program!

Even if you do everything right, sometimes you still experience nagging aches and pains during your training program.  So what should you do if you find yourself in pain?

As we mentioned earlier, running is a high-impact sport and unfortunately, you may be forced to deal with the symptoms of an injury or an injury-just-waiting to happen.  In the event that this happens, you need to know exactly what to do to hopefully “nip it in the bud”.  If you find yourself experiencing any form of pain around the hip, knee, shins or feet, treat it immediately.  Injuries left untreated, can become chronic and seriously affect your ability to continue with your training program. Read more on Revenue with Running Programs – Part 3 Injuries…

Clients Can Continue Working With You When Injured

Posted by on March 7, 2014 at 8:29 pm

DivingI am sure many of your clients have experienced injuries and then believe they must stop exercising. and we also know that often times when someone suffers an injury or is experiencing chronic aches and pains, they take a complete break from exercise.  But there’s rarely a reason to take a hiatus from exercise.  Instead, encourage your clients to do whatever they can to move their bodies because it enhances their internal biochemistry, gets the good hormones flowing, improves circulation and blood flow which will all help with the healing process and help to prevent depression while they are rehabilitating. There’s very rarely a reason that your clients can’t move their bodies even while injured!

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