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DIET

Cerebral Palsy Trainer Writes: As a personal trainer, and an advocate for leading healthy lifestyles, there has always been one word that makes my skin crawl. That word? DIET!...

Overtraining

Cerebral Palsy Trainer Writes: For individuals (including those with Cerebral Palsy) who crave that “high” after hitting the gym, it’s fairly common to find...

Running/Walking

Cerebral Palsy Trainer Writes: For persons with Cerebral Palsy running may not be an option; however, whether it is running or walking you still want to be able to do so...

After Your Workout

Cerebral Palsy Trainer Writes: Our bodies crave something very specific after a workout, and this is no different for persons living with Cerebral Palsy. Obviously the types of...

Will Eating Fat Make Me Fat?

Cerebral Palsy Trainer writes: “Will eating fat make me fat?”. This is an extremely popular question that a lot of fitness professionals are faced with on a daily basis, and one...

Crossfit

Cerebral Palsy Trainer Writes: CrossFit is essentially defined as the combination of functional and variable movements, performed at a high intensity by which the measure of...

Clean Banana Bread

Cerebral Palsy Trainer Writes: Okay! Here’s something a little different. Usually you see me posting Nutrition and Exercise related articles about Cerebral Palsy …...

Medium Chain Triglycerides

Cerebral Palsy Trainer Writes: Are you looking to lose some fat? Add some lean muscle? Feel better? Perform better in your workouts, as well as everyday life? Well then have I...

Leg Extensions for Spasticity

Cerebral Palsy Trainer Writes: For persons with Spastic Cerebral Palsy the Flexor Muscles of the body are usually both shorter and tighter than muscles that would be considered...