September 2010 IDEA Fitness Journal Test 4: Nutrition and Mind-Body-Spirit News Course
This continuing education course covers some of the latest nutrition and mind-body-spirit news. Some of the topics covered include: the basic components of a food log, the limitations in a fitness professional’s scope of practice when giving nutrition advice, how Pilates practice improves balance and autonomy for older women, and how mind-body movement may improve overall mindfulness. You’ll also learn about the Alexander Technique and how it can help manage lower-back pain, and how tai chi helps people with rheumatoid arthritis.
- Understand the basic components of a food log.
- Recognize the limitations in a fitness professional’s scope of practice when giving nutrition advice.
- Discuss the research studies and findings described in the Mind-Body-Spirit News section.
- Enroll in the course.
- View the course content.
- Take the test. (You must score 80% to pass. If you do not pass, you may retake the test.)
- Print your certificate of completion.
|Alexander Technique Helps Manage Lower-Back Pain ||Article|
|Feldenkrais Method® Teachers Mostly in West and Northeast ||Article|
|Mind-Body Movement May Improve Overall Mindfulness ||Article|
|New York Exempts Yoga, Martial Arts Schools From Licensing ||Article|
|Pilates Practice Improves Balance and Autonomy for Older Women ||Article|
|Question of the Month ||Article|
|Tai Chi Helps People With Rheumatoid Arthritis ||Article|
|A Primer on Food Journals |
Using a food log can help clients improve food choices and eating behaviors that affect their body weight goals or exercise performance.
|September 2010 IDEA Fitness Journal Test 4:Nutrition and Mind-Body-Spirit News ||Test|