The Psychology of Biofeedback
Inner IDEA: Using biofeedback tools in the training environment can help clients develop self-motivation and exercise adherence.As winter wanes and the year picks up speed, New Year’s resolutions typically peter out and eager new exercisers often disappear from the gym. For fitness and wellness professionals, this can be a frustrating time. But if we recognize this phenomenon and engage our clients early with tools that keep them motivated, we can help people stay on track.
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