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Fit-Tech Trends to Watch in 2017

Fitness technology is part of the fitness industry's "new normal," but it's changing rapidly. Many of the fitness techno...

Fast-Food Calorie Labeling: Does It Work?

Only a fraction of fast-food eaters—just 8%—are likely to make healthy choices as a result of current calorie labeling, accordin...

Fortify Your Purpose, Bolster Your Business!

Take your personal training business to greater heights! Whether you're new to the industry or a seasoned vet, whether you work directly wit...

Why Those With Type 2 Diabetes Should Walk After Dinner

Reducing blood sugar levels is one step in managing type 2 diabetes, and some experts say walking regularly can help. A new study suggests t...

Obesity and Cancer Tie in Survey as Top Health Threat

Americans seem to understand the personal health risks of obesity, but widespread confusion persists about the causes and treatments of the ...

Latest Research on Cancer and Exercise

Cancer can be deadly. However, research is showing promising data on how physical activity helps the body and mind heal—and prevent

1-on-1 Yoga: Right for You & Your Clients?

Interest in one-on-one yoga has been growing. Are clients seeking personalized results through a mindful approach, in a quiet environment? O...

Recipe for Health: Cowboy Style “Meat” Loaf

Heralded as a pioneer of flavor-first, plant-forward cooking, chef Steven Petusevsky is driven by the desire to make healthier cuisine more craveable, creative, accessible and understood.

Sample Class: HIIT Remix

If your members enjoy amazing results from HIIT workouts but crave a more gentle approach to burning calories, HIIT Remix is the solution. This class takes the results–focused challenge of a tra...

Exercise Selection: Maximizing Activated Muscle Mass

Resistance training can be a big help to people who either have type 2 diabetes or are at risk of developing it. Ideally, trainers should co...

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