Programming the General Population for Optimal Fitness—10 Important Movement Patterns

by Kevin Mullins, CSCS
Personal Training Quarterly November 2018
Vol 5, Issue 2

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Developing a program for a general population client requires understanding their movement needs. Expand your training programs by implementing all ten of the major human movement patterns.

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This article originally appeared in Personal Training Quarterly (PTQ)—a quarterly publication for NSCA Members designed specifically for the personal trainer. Discover easy-to-read, research-based articles that take your training knowledge further with Nutrition, Programming, and Personal Business Development columns in each quarterly, electronic issue. Read more articles from PTQ »

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Kevin Mullins is the Director of Product Development for the St. James in Washington D.C. Mullins is the author of the book “Day by Day: The Persona ...

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