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Lisa Druxman

Lisa Druxman, MA, is the owner and founder of Stroller StridesÔäó. She holds a masterÔÇÖs degree in exercise science and is a recognized presenter, writer and instructor. Certification: ACE

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Teaching While Pregnant: What You Need to Know

October 23, 2015

Many years ago, while I was pregnant with my second child, something happened that I hope no other group fitness instructor goes through. As I was driving to teach class I experienced some cramping—but dismissed it. After all, I didn’t have anyone to cover for me and needed to get to the studio.

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Kaizen Your Clients to Build a Better Business

February 4, 2015

The success of your business relies heavily upon the success of your clients. However, many goal-oriented individuals take an all-or-nothing approach, which usually leaves them—and you—with nothing. Try this Japanese motivational technique so they see lasting improvement.

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Tribal Fitness

April 16, 2014

We all want to belong to something. We all want to be a part of something bigger than ourselves. A group. A club. An association.

To reach our highest potential, we need to go beyond thinking of our “customer base” and our “employees” and start thinking of our tribe. You may have a group of clients or a number of employees, but that is not a tribe. In a tribe, people feel a deep affiliation with— and take pride in—your fitness business.

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How to Prioritize Your Schedule for Greater Productivity

January 31, 2014

If I asked you how you are doing, what would your answer be? Crazy? Busy? We all have managed to fill every minute of every day with a task, a chore or an obligation. But that doesn’t mean we’re truly productive. Now ask yourself the following questions: Do you spend your days the way you want to? Or is most of your time spent reacting to the influx of emails, social media and people who want your time? Do you book your days from wake to sleep with appointments, and leave no time for yourself or for growing other parts of your business?

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Outdoor Fitness: The Permits You Need

April 21, 2011

On any given day, you can find an outdoor fitness class operating at your local park. While this type of activity may be appealing to you and your clients, it can be challenging to get permission to use outdoor spaces. Many people in charge of venues such as parks require permits. What’s tricky is that outdoor fitness programming doesn’t often fit into the mold of common permits. Outdoor codes for many parks and recreation departments were written a long time ago, when codes applied to teams renting baseball or soccer fields.

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Postpartum Exercise

November 30, 2007

Regular participation in a pre/postnatal exercise program has many benefits for a woman. Research has demonstrated that pregnant and postpartum women who exercise at a mild to moderate intensity at least three times per week experience increased cardiovascular fitness, improved well-being, reduced constipation, fewer leg cramps and a quicker return to prepregnancy weight compared with their non…

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10 Tips Toward Fitness Celebrity

August 31, 2007

You see them on TV. You see them at conferences. You see them training celebrities. “They” are fitness professionals who have become fitness celebrities. They are experts who have used their skills to become the movers and shakers of our industry, and they could be you! But how
did they do it?

You Are a Brand

When you strive for celebrity status, you need to r…

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The Buzz About Branding

February 28, 2007

Branding. It’s one of today’s hot business buzzwords and often attached to wonder companies like Starbucks, Apple and Nike. But branding isn’t just for the megacompanies. In an increasingly competitive world, branding is equally important to small companies and even individuals in business. In fact, creating and carrying out a great brand is often easier for a small comp…

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The Body Image We See and Feel

October 31, 2003

When was the last time you heard a toddler say she couldn’t come out to play because she was having a bad hair day? How many young kids do you know who’ll refuse an ice-cream cone because they want to squeeze into their “skinny jeans”?

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