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Can You Climb Out of Depression?

Access to indoor climbing gyms has become more widespread, and so, too, has interest in the benefits of the sport. Recently, a team of res...

How to Motivate Inactive Women to Exercise

Michelle Segar, PhD, author of No Sweat: How the Simple Science of Motivation Can Bring You a Lifetime of Fitness (AMACOM 2015), believes th...

Increase Revenue and Reach With Obstacle Course Racing Workouts

Obstacle Course Race training is one of the fastest-growing fitness trends in the world, and now is a great time to add some OCR-style train...

How to Handle Exercise-Related Muscle Cramps

You’re running along your favorite path and then it happens: You get a cramp in your hamstring. While theories abound, there is limite...

Getting It Done: 3 Keys to Time Management

If you’re like a lot of fitness professionals, your to-do list is a mile long and you never seem to have enough time in the day to get...

10-Minute Meditation Helps With Anxiety

For people with anxiety, just 10 minutes a day of mindful meditation is enough to prevent the mind from wandering, according to a preliminar...

6 Steps to Changing Habits

We’re lucky to see our clients 3 hours per week. For this short time, we have great influence over their attitudes and behaviors. Howe...

Women, Men and Mindfulness

Educating men in mindfulness skills via mind-body movement like yoga and tai chi may be more successful than encouraging introspective activ...

Does Walking While Working
Hurt Your Work?

Do any of your clients use a “treadmill desk” or ask about getting one? If so, they may be curious about the results of a new st...

Running Marathons Isn’t Bad for the Heart

Several past research studies have warned that high levels of endurance exercise—like running multiple marathons—could be a risk...

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