Today’s FitPro Session Podcast Episode is all about Training Clients With Musculoskeletal Conditions. We discuss how a specialist fitpro can work with osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, osteoporosis, and joint replacements.
In this episode, you’ll discover:
- the difference between the four most common musculoskeletal conditions
- how to reassess overload when working with joint problems
- and the role of client empathy in managing client progress
Watch S4E8: Training Clients With Musculoskeletal Conditions
0:30 Welcome to Season 4 Episode 8 of the FitPro Sessions Podcast: Training Clients With Musculoskeletal Conditions
01:30 Allan’s Osteoarthritis of the hands
02:30 Joints Act and Muscles React
04:00 How to adapt exercises for osteoarthritis
07:00 Reassessing overload and empathy
12:30 What is osteoarthritis?
18:00 The knock-on effect of a fall-related injury
22:00 Bone mass density and risk factors for osteoporosis
26:00 What is osteoporosis? >> The crunchie and the aero bar
28:30 The bone mass bank account – what are osteoblasts and osteoclasts?
29:30 How is osteoporosis diagnosed (T= -2.5 or more)
32:30 Building relationships with GPs for a holistic approach
37:00 How food impacts Bone Mass Density
42:00 Menopause and Osteoporosis
45:00 What is rheumatoid arthritis?
49:00 Exposing the pains to help the client make a lifestyle change
52:00 Knee and Hip Replacements
55:00 The disappointment of failed joint replacements
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