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NSCA's "Guide To" Series Bundle

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All of the "Guide To" books are great resources for strength and conditioning professionals, athletic trainers, and personal trainers. Also texts and references for students taking courses in strength and conditioning or allied fields.  ($177.00 value)

  • Product Code: 2918084
$153.90 USD - $159.30 USD

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Essentials of Personal Training, 2ed

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The Essentials of Personal Training, 2ed, is the main resource for the NSCA-CPT exam. It is available with or without the online study course. The online study course is recommended if you are looking for a supplement to the textbook. It provides a reading plan as well as a mock exam that is 1/3 the length of the actual exam.

$107 USD - $269 USD

EXPREPMAT NSCA-CPT BOOKS

Stability and Weightlifting: Training Stability—Part 3

July 1, 2016

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This article is the third installment of a four-part series on stabilization in weight training. It covers how to train trunk stability and how to decrease the dominance of the extension/compression stabilizing strategy (ECSS) that is often perpetuated during training.

Coaches Exercise Technique Program design weight training stabilization ECSS Extension Compression Stabilizing Strategy

Stability and Weightlifting—Mechanics of Stabilization—Part 1

January 1, 2016

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This article covers the anatomy and mechanics of spinal stabilization and how to properly brace for both maximal and sub-maximal lifts. Because of the forces that are generated by, and transmitted through, the body during resistance training, having a sound understanding of stabilization is paramount for safe and effective training.

Coaches Exercise Science Exercise Technique Program design biomechanics strength training weightlifting

Which Foot Placement Provides Better Stability when Performing the Barbell Biceps Curl Exercise—Staggered or Parallel?

August 5, 2019

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The purpose of this article is to examine which foot placement (staggered or parallel) provides better trunk stability when performing the barbell biceps curl exercise.

Personal trainers Exercise Technique Program design Barbell Biceps Curl Trunk Stability Staggered Stance Center of Gravity

Motor Control Training: It’s Not a Rep Counting Thing

July 22, 2019

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In this hands-on session from the 2018 NSCA’s Personal Training Conference, Brian Nguyen explains motor control with an emphasis on conscious breathing. Nguyen also demonstrates exercises and cues to improve overall stability, mobility, strength, and kinesthetic awareness for clients.

Personal trainers Coaches Exercise Technique Breathing Motor Control Stability Mobility Posture Coaching Cues

Low Back Pain—The Mobility-Stability Continuum

August 13, 2018

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Nearly all fitness professionals are forced to address low back pain (LBP) to some extent, regardless of the age or population with which they work. The purpose of this article is to shed light on contemporary research surrounding LBP.

Personal trainers Program design Mobility Lower Back Pain Mobility for Lower Back Stability Stability for Lower Back

Fundamental Principles of Upper Body Training: Pushing, Pulling, and Pressing

October 30, 2017

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Identify common misconceptions related to shoulder function and learn about the process of improving shoulder mobility, stability, and strength. In this session from the NSCA’s 2017 Personal Trainers Conference, Lee Burton, PhD, provides easy-to-prescribe screens and exercise progressions to improve and maintain shoulder function.

Personal trainers Coaches Stability Mobility Strength Shoulder Function Exercise Progressions

Mobility and Motor Control

June 1, 2014

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In this hands-on lecture from the NSCA's 2014 Movement Performance Clinic, Jay Dawes demonstrates stretches and mobility work that are designed to emphasize good postural control and good postural stability.

Coaches Exercise Technique Program design mobility stretching motor control movement performance posture

Secrets to Enhancing Shoulder Function

April 29, 2017

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Learn about common misconceptions about shoulder function and the process for improving shoulder mobility and stability. In this session from the NSCA’s 2017 TSAC Annual Training, Lee Burton—one of the founders of Functional Movement Systems (FMS)—provides easy-to-prescribe screens and exercise progressions to improve and maintain shoulder function.

TSAC Facilitators Coaches Exercise Science Exercise Technique Program design FMS Shoulder Function Shoulder Mobility Shoulder Stability Functional Movement Systems

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