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Cure For Peanut Allergies On the Horizon

Peanut allergies affect 2% of U.S. children and are the leading cause of death by food allergies. Unlike many of them, peanut allergies are ...

Prepare to Squat

Why is it that so few people can squat correctly, yet my 8-year-old son squats perfectly? I never taught him how to squat; he innately learn...

Summer Reading: Devoured

2016) is the book for you. Sophie Egan, MPH, RD, food writer and program director at The Culinary Institute of America, takes readers on an eye-opening journey through the American food psyche, exa...

Creative Ideas That Inspire

TabataRide, offered at various JoyRide® locations and based on Tabata™ workouts, is an indoor cycling class that offers high-inten...

Thai Yoga Improves Flexibility

If your clients need to improve their flexibility, you may want to encourage them to try Thai yoga during their time away from training. In ...

A Growth Mindset Helps Newbies to Exercise

It's not hard to retain confident exercise enthusiasts who love your classes. The greater challenge is to keep timid, anxiety-ridden individ...

Fit and Fat?

Weight loss may be the number-one goal for your clients, and if pounds don’t melt away quickly, some people may get discouraged and qu...

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KONGA®, at Funk & Twist Fitness in Basingstoke, England, is a high-intensity offering that incorporates elements of boxing, cardio, danc...

Exercise Doesn’t Have To Be Strenuous To Be Effective

We know that replacing sedentary behavior with physical activity yields numerous benefits. And while high-intensity models are touted as a w...

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