Fitness professionals may want to consider supporting simple local activities, such as neighborhood walking, to boost “social capital.
There you sit, spinning your mental wheels, trying to create a successful indoor cycling workout . . . again. What if you had an easy-to-follow template that would empower you to design effective, fun classes and get results week after week, ride after ride? These programming formulas can easily be adapted to cardio indoor cycling classes, using the four-step system described here.
Group exercise not only boosts physical health but, for older adults, may also support mental well-being by reducing feelings of aloneness.
The following tips from the San Francisco Department of Public Health will help fitness professionals take training outside to promote health and safety.
Review the anatomy and function of the glenohumeral and scapulothoracic joints and learn basic, low-risk exercises that are designed to improve rotator cuff strength, shoulder mobility and scapulohumeral rhythm.