Yoga has an abundance of benefits for the mind and body. As someone who teaches your practices yoga yourself you may often hear claims about yogas impact, but are they all true? In these post we explore some common claims about yoga to cut the fact from the fiction, adapted from The Physiology of Yoga.
Mark Laws, Future Fit Training’s PT Master Trainer shares his review of NSCA’s Essentials of Personal Training. Below is Mark’s full review giving you a thorough idea of what to expect from the book.
Whether you work in a gym, a sports club or a sporting goods company – selling your product or service is vital. In this post we explore the PRO method of selling, a simple 5-step process to follow when you’re looking to make a sale. This post is adapted from Sales and Revenue Generation in Sport Business.
For some working out alone can be boring and unmotivating. Working out with someone else can add commitment and make the experience of working out so much more fun. In this post adapted from Partner Workouts, we explore some of the main benefits of working out with a partner.
This post is excerpted from the fifth edition of Clinical Exercise Physiology.
We spoke with Future Fit Training’s master PT, Mark Laws to discuss the key fundamentals of strength and conditioning to help provide valuable insight into the industry. The article below is written by Mark.
Nutrition is one of those topics that many people find fascinating. Because of this, it’s a popular career choice. In this article, guest author Future Fit Training will look at the different types of nutrition professionals, how their job specifications differ, and the nutrition qualifications and experience you need for each role.
If you are a runner, cyclist or swimmer you are likely already an avid user of Fetcheveryone, and a keen member of its thriving and supportive community. Or perhaps you’re thinking of getting into running, cycling or swimming, but don’t know where to start – Fetcheveryone could be a helpful way to get you started on your journey. In this post we catch up with founder of Fetcheveryone, Ian Williams to chat about the platform and everything sport.