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As the official podcast of the National Academy of Sports Medicine, Master Trainer and host Rick Richey takes listeners on a unique journey through everything you need to know as a Personal Trainer.

The NASM-CPT Podcast With Rick Richey NASM

    • 健康與體能

As the official podcast of the National Academy of Sports Medicine, Master Trainer and host Rick Richey takes listeners on a unique journey through everything you need to know as a Personal Trainer.

    How Mindfulness is Training for the Brain

    How Mindfulness is Training for the Brain

    Dr. Kaman Hung, DHSc., is a physical education teacher, coach, and an NASM certified personal trainer. His area of expertise in health science is mindfulness. He joins Rick today to discuss mindfulness and acknowledges that the best time to start a mindfulness practice is always right now. Now just happens to during a worldwide pandemic, so join us as he explores and explains mindfulness, the benefits, the truths and myths, and how to start implementing it into your daily life.



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    • 40 分鐘
    The Mental Side of Health

    The Mental Side of Health

    Dr. Rachel Goldman joins Rick today as a special guest discussing mental health during the times of COVID-19 and how CPTs can support themselves and their clients. What is within our scope of practice and when we should direct someone to a mental health professional. Also discussed are ways to bring up seeing a mental health professional in a way it can be best received. Dr. Rachel is a clinical psychologist and assistant professor at the NYU School of Medicine Department of Psychiatry. She specializes in health, wellness, weight management, eating behaviors, stress reduction, behavior change.

    (https://drrachelnyc.com)



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    • 32 分鐘
    Defining Your Core Values as Your Guiding Principle as a Trainer

    Defining Your Core Values as Your Guiding Principle as a Trainer

    The spread of COVID-19 has lead to the closing of many gyms around the U.S. and we are all hurting. In this episode, I will relate my decision to close all three of my gyms in NYC back to the core values of the business and myself as a trainer. This pandemic is hitting us all personally, emotionally, and financially, and some smaller facilities like mine are trying to fly under the radar and stay open. 

    Learn the dangers that can happen to your long term business that comes from staying open. Also, take this time to develop CORE VALUES for your business whether you are brick and mortar business or a personal trainer. These will help guide your decision making during uncomfortable situations that it seems we are in at the moment.



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    • 21 分鐘
    How to Virtually Train Clients in a COVID-19 World

    How to Virtually Train Clients in a COVID-19 World

    With the state of our world and industry influx with the effort to limit the spread COVID-19, the NASM-CPT podcast and host Rick Richey wanted to help in the way we know how. By talking about it and offering advice.  During this time an NASM trainer out of Houston named Keridon McMahon offered free counsel on how trainers can start to move toward online and virtual training. When we heard about this we asked her to share with us all how we can begin to transition to online training with our clients stuck at home. 

    Please check out the first NASM episode that has a guest! We're happy to say she’s an excellent trainer, small business owner, and entrepreneur, plus a good friend of the pod's and Rick's. We hope you find her guidance helpful and actionable.



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    • 24 分鐘
    A Review of Functional Human Anatomy Part 3

    A Review of Functional Human Anatomy Part 3

    Functional anatomy helps us better understand produce, reduce, and stabilize forces along with their joint actions. In this episode Rick talks about the core musculature including the “inner unit” of the core that helps stabilize the spine.

    The following muscles will be reviewed:

    - transverse abdominus

    - multifidus, rotatores, and transversospinalis

    - internal and external obliques

    - erector spinae (spinalis, longissimus, and iliocostalis)

    - recutus abdominus

    This is the third in a series that addresses muscles from the bottom up. Continue to listen as we make our way through the major muscles throughout the body.

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    • 19 分鐘
    A Review of Functional Human Anatomy Part 2

    A Review of Functional Human Anatomy Part 2

    Functional anatomy helps us better understand produce, reduce, and stabilize forces along with their joint actions and planes of motion. In this episode the following muscles will be reviewed:

    - Hamstrings

    - Glutes

    - Adductors

    - Sartorius

    This is the second in a series that addresses muscles from the bottom up. Continue to listen as we make our way through the major muscles throughout the body.


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    • 20 分鐘

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