Last week on IDEA FitFeed fitness professionals shared a multitude of informational health and fitness articles from around the world. Headlines ranged from 10 Grossest Ingredients you Didn’t know Were in Your Food to Joyous Health. The top trending articles came from a variety of sources including BBC News, The New York Times, Houston Chronicle, The Huffington Post, The Guardian and many other news outlets. Catch up with the top five facts we learned from IDEA FitFeed last week.
The 17th IDEA Fitness Programs & Equipment Trends Report bears out that fitness professionals are becoming more specialized, yet more diverse, as the North American population ages and transforms its demographic markers. This year’s survey was distributed to the largest sample pool ever and garnered the largest number of responses in its history (2,818).
As in recent years, the programming and services offered clearly underscore a robust personal training and group exercise presence. Respondents report that half of their facilities are also offering mind-body activities. Node Features: Has PDF
You can’t help your clients transform if you’re not evolving yourself. There’s no better place to find ideas and inspiration for personal and professional transformation than the 2013 IDEA World Fitness Convention. This event delivers the industry’s largest selection of influential trends, top-name presenters, groundbreaking programs and equipment, advanced technique innovations and game-changing research.
IDEA’s editorial team has garnered two more Western Publications Association (WPA) “Maggie” Awards! This makes eight WPA trophies that IDEA publications have received since 2004. The coveted Maggie awards are known as the “Oscars” of the periodicals publishing world.
In the early evenings, you could faintly hear the screams outside--about every 45 seconds--from the quiet, cushy guest rooms in the J.W. Marriott at L.A. LIVE.
AIIIIEEEEeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee! It sounded like the breathless squeals people emit on the most hair-raising portion of a crazy amusement-park ride. But in downtown L.A.? Turns out it was the throng of teenage girls cheering for One Direction, the wildly popular boy band that was playing next door at the Staples Center over four consecutive nights.
From our headquarters to yours, we and the IDEA Tribe extend you our warmest wishes for a happy, healthy and productive holiday season! These final weeks on the annual calendar mark a perfect time to reflect on your productivity, your accomplishments and even your failures during the past year. Take a few moments to give yourself credit for your successes and to pin- point lessons learned from your ups and downs. We improve by doing. Reviewing the pathway behind us puts us firmly on a familiar road that is paved with experience.
Does your walking speed matter? Can exercise improve your child’s future academic performance? What foods can help you ward off colds? Find the answers to these questions and other relevant news items on IDEA FitFeed.
Halloween has evolved over time from “All Hallows’ Eve,” a night of warding off the evil spirits of the dead, to a night centered around children, costumes and candy.
As childhood obesity has escalated, more parents have become wary of the calorie-laden trick-or-treating tradition. We asked some of IDEA’s expert nutrition authors and presenters how they keep their kids healthy without spoiling the holiday fun.
Last week FitFeed brought us a wide array of health tips ranging from the healthiest April snacks to how lack of sleep affects the body. Top trending stories included articles from the New York Times, Time Magazine, The Los Angeles Times, MailOnline.com, Salon and many other news outlets. Here are the top five takeaways from last week’s FitFeed news.
1. Exercise Improves Memory