Presenting how can we engage special populations in the fitness industry and change the landscape of our sector through innovation, diversity, and inclusion environment at FIBO Tour 2017 in Vienna, Austria.
Presenting the main findings from a survey that was conducted by EuropeActive and the European Register of Exercise Professionals (EREPS) related to the interactionamong chronic conditions, fitness industry and professional credentials within the European active leisure sector at FIBO Innovation Tour 2017 in Paris, France.
The Scientific Committee of European Medical Fitness (EMF) Congress 2016 certifies that the abstract "The prospective association between medical chronic conditions and top future trends in fitness credentials" was selected as one of the ten best submitted scientific papers.http://www.medicalfitnesscongress.com/en/
Real privilege and great honor my contribution to the new ACE Personal Trainer exam content outline as the first non-North American Subject Matter Expert of the global leader in certification, education, and training.http://europeactive.eu/blog/european-contribution-ace%E2%80%99s-new-pt-examination
Naturally I'm skeptical of fitness trackers as a certified personal trainer. They're limited in accuracy. Technology seems to be the fastest growing field in the world, how long was your cell phone the newest one? With all of this new technology you might be asking what sort of things you should consider spending your money on. Fitbit has it's limitation, but it might be worth the try. Fitness Trackers Have Changed a Little:
Posted by Steven Mack @ Thursday, February 04, 2016 @ 04:49am