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The Role of Strength Training in Weight Loss

The Role of Strength Training in Weight Loss

In this webinar presented by Wayne Westcott, learn the role of strength training in counteracting muscle loss, metabolic slowdown, and fat gain. read more
Diabetes and Strength Training

Diabetes and Strength Training

With this webinar presented by Len Kravitz, review research covering the role of resistance training in the prevention and management of diabetes. read more
Training and Nutrition for Optimal Muscle Development

Training and Nutrition for Optimal Muscle Development

Learn an integrated method for strength training and nutrition for optimal muscle development with this webinar presented by Len Kravitz. read more
Strength Training for Postmenopausal Women

Strength Training for Postmenopausal Women

With this webinar presented by Lauve Metcalfe, learn strength training exercises to prevent osteoporosis and sarcopenia in postmenopausal women. read more
Advanced Reps, Sets, and Loads for Hypertrophy and Strength

Advanced Reps, Sets, and Loads for Hypertrophy and Strength

Learn to periodize a strength program with this webinar presented by Douglas Brooks. read more
Strength Training for Youth

Strength Training for Youth

Wayne Westcott, PhD, CSCS, shares practical information for implementing safe and effective resistance exercise programs for preadolescent boys and girls. read more
Weight Training Program Design Made Simple

Weight Training Program Design Made Simple

Learn to design effective, safe, and efficient weight training programs for any client. read more
MAX Muscle: The Scientific Approach to Maximizing Muscular Gains

MAX Muscle: The Scientific Approach to Maximizing Muscular Gains

Brad Schoenfeld, MSc, CSCS, CPT, widely regarded as one of the leading strength and fitness experts in the United States will be presenting the webinar, MAX Muscle: The Scientific Approach to Maximizing Muscular Gains. read more
Core Assessment and Training: What's new in 2012

Core Assessment and Training: What's new in 2012

This webinar updates the 2011 presentation by Dr. Brumitt with new research findings and current trends in the assessment and training for the core. read more
Use It or Lose It--The Importance of Strength Training for Seniors

Use It or Lose It--The Importance of Strength Training for Seniors

Fitness expert, Wayne Westcott shares his knowledge about why strength training is important, especially for the aging population. read more

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