If yoga and Pilates are your passions, you might want to consider the need for training your metabolic systems. Many mind-body programs focus on strength, flexibility and relaxation. Unfortunately, the cardiovascular and metabolic systems are often neglected. Learn how to augment current mind-body programs to incorporate aerobic/anaerobic interval training. Discover how to creatively train clients’ strength and flexibility while adding important heart-healthy elements into your program.
By Marshall Eklund, MA
Marshall is a 25+ year fitness industry veteran with absolute passion for developing physical and personal power. Equipped with degrees in Marketing and Master’s in Biomechanics, Marshall opened his first full service personal training and Pilates studio in 1998. He is a Lead Instructor Trainer and License Training Facility for STOTT PILATES since 2002. As an International Educator and Conference presenter, Marshall is constantly playing with science, art, humor, and spirituality to yield superior training, compliance and life-long change. ... read more.