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Nutrition Law for Fitness Professionals

October 29, 2016


Today’s fitness professionals need to navigate an evolving landscape of laws and regulations. In this session from the NSCA’s 2016 Personal Trainers Conference, Rick Collins identifies the nuts and bolts of what fitness professionals need to know about nutrition law. Learn how to protect both your business and your clients.

Personal trainers Nutrition Fitness program design

NSCA's Founder Boyd Epley Awarded Prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award from the President's Council on Fitness, Sports & Nutrition


Colorado Springs, Co – The National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) is proud to announce that founder, Boyd Epley, the “Godfather of Strength and Conditioning,” has been recognized with the prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award from the President’s Council on Fitness, Sports & Nutrition (PCFSN).

Wellness Coaching – Keeping Military Members Fit to Fight

September 3, 2021


The purpose of this article is to present evidence for implementing wellness coaching practices for enhanced dissemination of knowledge and improved efficacy of lasting behavior change, positively affecting the service member’s fitness performance levels and decreasing risk of lifestyle disease development.

TSAC Facilitators Exercise Science Nutrition Program design Wellness Coaching Dietary Supplements Health-Related Behaviors

Teaching for Skill Acquisition in Fitness – Best Practices for Fitness Pedagogy

April 16, 2021

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The purpose of this article is to present pedagogical content knowledge to personal trainers aimed to enhance client performance and satisfaction.

Coaches Exercise Science Program design Professional Development Skill Acquisition Observation Feedback Fitness Pedagogy

Nutrition for Adolescent Female Team Sport Athletes: A Review

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Adequate nutrition generally promotes training adaptations and thus optimal performance. Adolescence is characterized by a pubescence growth spurt, increasing energy and nutrient needs. Most team sports literature focuses on male athletes, with little on adolescent female team sports. Adolescent female athletes are at an increased risk of inadequate energy, and micronutrient intakes because of the pursuit of high fitness levels, and society pressures. This may cause hormonal irregularities, delayed development, poor bone health, and increased risk of injury. This review synthesizes information on the nutritional needs of adolescent female team sport players for performance and health.

Evidence-Based Nutritional Strategies to Enhance Athletic Performance

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In today’s digital era, nutritional information, and misinformation, is readily available for most people by media outlets, social media, and on-line streaming videos. Nutrition is of utmost interest because of its role in health, fitness, weight management, and athletic performance. Because of the public interest and information availability, qualified health care providers and exercise professionals can be an excellent source of evidence-based nutrition counseling for appropriate clients to improve overall health and athletic performance. The goal of this article is to provide a source of practitioner and client evidence-based education regarding nutritional strategies to improve athletic performance

Three Keys to Becoming a Better Fitness Professional

January 3, 2020

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This article discusses three key areas that fitness professionals should investigate while on their pursuit of a strong career in the fitness industry.

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The Importance of Protein for Athletes

June 1, 2017

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The goal of this article is to help strength and conditioning professionals properly educate clients on how protein can go a long way in assisting them in achieving their health and fitness goals.

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Management of Musculoskeletal Injuries—A Review for Fitness Professionals

January 1, 2015

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Because a client’s functional abilities will change in each of the tissue healing phases, the fitness professional must understand the time it takes to heal and the science behind each phase in order to prescribe safe exercises for clients in those phases.

Personal trainers Program design Basic Pathophysiology and Science of Health Status or Condition and Disorder or Disease musculoskeletal injury recovering from injury overtraining

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