Practical Programming Strategies for Minimizing Training-Related Injury

by Nick Tumminello, NSCA-CPT and Jason L. Silvernail, DPT, CSCS
Personal Training Quarterly April 2016
Vol 4, Issue 2

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This article examines ways that personal trainers can take steps in order to effectively reduce the risk of clients suffering a training-related injury.

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