How To Succeed At The Business Of Boot Camp
What you need to know to design a winning business model for your new outdoor workout program.
Diary Of An IDEA Convention Attendee
2006 IDEA World Fitness—What a BLAST!I can’t wait until San Diego!
Projecting A Professional Phone Manner
Discover strategies for showing yourself to your best advantage on the phone.
Exercise For The Breast Cancer Survivor
What you need to know about designing a program for clients at risk of post-breast-cancer lymphedema.
Changing Your Clients' Eating Behaviors
These simple strategies can help your clients achieve their weight loss goals.
The Fitness Facility Of The Future
There is a varied and impressive array of facility types on the horizon. What is your vision?
Resetting Your Success Thermostat
Turn the heat up on your career by changing what you believe about your possibilities.
Creative Classes That Inspire
Pioneer progressive new programs and repurpose old favorites.
Sample Class: Nekkid Water Fitness
Use the pool's natural fun factor to teach a balanced workout.
The Coffee Klatch
Use creative dissociation to warm up participants and start a new social scene.
The Enduring Instructor
Understand the multitasking complexities of teaching group fitness, and prepare yourself to be a L.E.A.D.E.R.
Staying On Top
She started a jazzy little fitness class in 1969. In 2006, Judi Sheppard Missett's Jazzercise generated $76 million-its most successful year ever. Now, that's staying power.
Visualizing With Color
An introduction to working with color in each of the seven chakras.
Open Heart, Open Mind
Fitness innovator and 1991 IDEA Fitness Instructor of the Year Gin Miller shares her vision of how the industry will change over the next 25 years.
The Friendship Challenge
Discover strategies for meeting new friends and deepening current friendships.
Aerobic And Resistance Training Sequence
When combining the two modalities in the same session, is one sequence better for optimizing "afterburn"?
Peace, Healing And The Overweight Body
Rochelle Rice provides plus-size women with the tools to see beauty in their bodies.
The First Step
Creative walking programs encourage new exercisers and serve as growth venues.