Blood Pressure is not one of those things that we can guess.
It is impossible to know how stressed our clients are on the inside, unless we measure it. That’s all we are doing with a blood pressure monitor. But what does it really mean?
You need to know what it means not just for passing your Anatomy and Physiology Exam, but also for when you are working with clients.
Knowing when your clients’ blood pressure too high to train can literally be the difference between life or death.
This video shows you the blood classifications and explains what that means for you as a fitpro.
When Is Blood Pressure Too High To Train?
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