On This Day in Fitness History

July 21, 2011, was the grand opening of the Joe and Betty Weider Museum of Physical Culture at the University of Texas in Austin. The Weider...

Magnesium Boosts Power of Vitamin D

Your clients may believe they’re getting ample vitamin D, but they won’t get the full benefit if their diet lacks magnesium. A study published in the Journal of the American Osteopathic As...

Sample Class: Core Training + Foam Rolling

This class is a mega movement multivitamin combining essential core training with restorative self-myofascial release techniques. Every move...

Are You as Active as You Think You Are?

When it comes to physical activity levels, our self-perceptions shouldn’t always be trusted, say researchers across the U.S. and Europ...

How to Correct Imbalances in Walking Biomechanics

Participating in a program of regular exercise is a good idea at any stage of life. One of the most popular forms of exercise is walking, an...

Strong Hands = Strong Brains?

Could there be a handy new solution for improving cognitive health? Maybe, say U.K. researchers who found that people with significant grip ...

What Are the Most Nutritious Eggs?

Question: What are the most nutritious eggs? There are so many kinds in the supermarket—brown, white, omega-3, free-range. Are there a...

Make More Money Per Member: Small-Group Secrets

Without adding any more clients to your roster, could you generate more money from your small-group training program than you do today? If y...

Environmental Endocrine Disruptors Partly to Blame for Weight Regain in Women?

Maintaining weight loss is extraordinarily difficult for most people for myriad reasons, some understood and others less so. In February, ...

High-Intensity Functional Training—Make It Safe

Many clients can't seem to get enough of workouts that meld functional movements with high-intensity resistance training. Indeed, workouts u...

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