Intelligent Interval Exercise Selection for Group Training Participants

by Chris Kelly |   Date Released : 08 Mar 2011
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Chris Kelly

About the author: Chris Kelly

Chris Kelly is an experienced personal trainer, fitness educator and the owner and operator of Peak Fitness, a personal training studio in Lakeland, Florida. Chris has over eight years of experience in fitness and holds fitness certifications from the NASM and the NSCA.

As a fitness educator, Chris specializes in topics related to practical solutions for restoring and enhancing core function in a a variety of individuals—from those with low back pain to elite athletes.

An experienced health writer, Chris has written extensively on fitness, healthcare and nutrition for numerous publications including Exercise for Men, Health and Vitality Magazine, Natural Fitness, Bodybuilding and more.

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Chadwick, Teri | 29 Jul 2012, 01:16 AM

Great article, but I think you've got a typo that needs correction (or else I'm just confused!). Under the heading PROGRESSION TO FLEXION (SQUAT/DEADLIFT), your first sentence reads: "The key to flexion-based exercises such as the quality and the deadlift..." I believe you meant to say "squat" instead of "quality". Right?

Coles, Tammy | 20 Mar 2011, 15:30 PM

Excellent article thank you for the useful information. We often don't know as trainers what is holding people back from performing exercises correctly and it can be hard to get them to go see a therapist if they have no coverage it is costly. This will help in assessing some possible areas that need work. Thank you

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