As part of our goal to continually educate our members about opportunities to Inspire the World to Fitness™, this issue presents information and resources for connecting with two special populations: those who are physically or developmentally disabled and those who suffer from arthritis.
by Patricia Ryan
Profile of Personal Training
Insights from the 2003 IDEA Fitness Programs & Equipment Survey Personal Training Climbs
87 90 A comparison 87survey results of 83 over the years demonstrates growth in every area of personal 87 87 training. 80 66 71 56
All types combined One-to-one 2 clients share 3 to 5 clients share
90 87 71
80 34 73 8...
Editor’s Note: In the October 2003 issue of IDEA Health & Fitness Source, we asked readers whether they thought clients were more concerned about trainers’ education and experience or about their physical appearance. Here are some responses:
My clients are more concerned about my educational background than my physical appearance. However, when they arrive for their initial consultation, they are surprised.
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As a member of IDEA Health & Fitness Association, I will be guided by the best interests of the client and will practice within the scope of my education and knowledge. I will maintain the education and experience necessary to appropriately teach classes; will behave in a positive and constructive manner; and will use truth, fairness and integrity to guide all my professional decisions and relationships.
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Percentages in this section are likely the respondents’ estimates or observations. Respondents may not have had reference data.
The estimated percentages do not equal 100% because of rounding.