Blogs about Training

Thursday, July 27, 2017 • Westlake Village, CA 91361
Cameron Harn's Blog
Acknowledging the hidden greats of the fitness industry. On this episode we acknowledge a good friend of mine Ryan Glatt. Ryan has a very extensive background in exercise science learning from some of the greatest minds in the health and fitness industry such as: Gary Gray of the Gray Institute, Thomas Myers of Anatomy Trains, Michol Dalcourt of the Institute of Motion, and many more.  
Wednesday, June 28, 2017 • Westlake Village, CA 91361
Cameron Harn's Blog
Acknowledging hidden authority, Dan Kinney. Dan has 38 years of experience as a physical therapist and today he lets us in on how trainers and physical therapists can have a more cohesive relationship that will benefit all!    https://www.cameronharnpt.com/the-principles-of-fitness-1/
Monday, June 19, 2017 • Westlake Village, CA 91361
Cameron Harn's Blog
Podcast:Acknowledging the hidden authorities of the fitness industry. Mike Pincus is a 30 year veteran in the industry and he lets us in on the secrets that will help you keep your clients for a lifetime!https://www.cameronharnpt.com/the-principles-of-fitness-1/ 
Saturday, February 18, 2017
Sunday, January 01, 2017 • Portland, OR 97229-8924
Jacqueline's Blog
Our ability to perceive where we are and how we should respond to changing sensory conditions during our daily lives is heavily dependent on (a) the amount and quality of information we receive from our peripheral sensory receptors and (b) how the brain organizes and integrates that information once it has reached the central nervous system (CNS).
Monday, October 24, 2016 • Mt Annan, AU
Gordon Bogunovic's Blog
Winter is coming, so brace yourselves! Don’t retreat, because the cold can actually be good for you. Exercising outside in the winter can strengthen your immune system and make your training more efficient due to thermoregulation (the body has an increased pulse rate which immensely increases energy consumption). However, there are few things you should know before you go outside, because the cold can also be harmful, because we all have an individual temperature sensitivity, meaning that it’s not enough to take a thermometer as the only indicator of temperature.