Helping Clients Breathe

6 General Recommendations for Working with Clients with Respiratory Conditions. Knowledge of the respiratory system and pulmonary function is fundamental for training the client with chronic conditions known as pulmonary disorders. These disorders are characterized by airflow obstruction, cardiovascular and Read More …

Body Composition and Breast Cancer

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Did you know that it is well established that Body Fat Poses a Major Risk for Breast Cancer and severity of lymphedema?  Health-fitness professionals can play a huge role in reducing breast cancer risk and the debilitating effects of lymphedema. Read More …

What Happens After a Heart Attack?

Compiled By: June Chewning BS, MA After you get through the survival part of the heart attack, what happens? Cardiac Rehabilitation happens, and it is a very good thing you want to do… especially if you want to maximize your Read More …

What You Need to Know About Exercise and Diabetes

In case you missed it, check out our new YouTube channel for helpful videos! Are you working with any clients who have type 1 diabetes, type 2 diabetes, or even prediabetes? Well, you have a lot to learn if you don’t Read More …

Breast Cancer: Nervous System Side Effects

Some of the nervous system side effects that may be caused by cancer or cancer treatment include the following: • hearing loss and/or tinnitus (ringing in the ears) • vision loss and/or vision side effects (such as blurred or double Read More …