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- Wanted: personal training experts who’d like to occasionally contribute to the “Tricks of the Trade” column in IDEA Fitness Journal. Please send us your name, business name, city/state/province, areas of expertise, populations you work with and anything about your background or business that makes you unique. E-mail IDEA contributing editor April Durrett at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- How do you Inspire the World to Fitness? Are your clients obese, disabled or just starting to exercise after years of sedentary living? We want to hear how you are motivating, challenging and retaining clients on a long-term basis. Detail the specifics of your program and client(s), along with your name and contact information. If your success story is compelling and unique, we may use it in a future issue or on the Inspire the World to Fitness section of the website. E-mail email@example.com.
- IDEA members: How do you plan for, and save money to pay for, IDEA conventions? Do you have any unique ideas for saving for or raising money—ideas that you could share with fellow fitness pros? How do you request funds from your employer for your education? Please e-mail ideas to IDEA contributing editor April Durrett at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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