Time Wounds All Heels - October 2004 IDEA Fitness Journal
October 2004


Time Wounds All Heels
Learn to recognize symptoms of common foot injuries before they turn into problems for you or your clients.
Super Fantastic!
Y'all ready for this? Attitude was everything at the 2004 IDEA World Fitness Convention.

Personal Training

The Shoulder, Part IV
Fine Anatomy: Dynamic shoulder movements in the horizontal plane.
Tricks Of The Trade
Have you ever refused to work with a specific client? Why? How did you handle the situation?
Improving Health In The Heartland
PFT Profile: Lisa Bell is on a mission in the Midwest.
Market Now Or Forever Hold Your Speech
Profit Center: You may be a good speaker, but if you don’t market yourself well, your message will remain a well-kept secret.


Food For Thought
The latest in nutrition news and science.
Cooking Quick, Healthy Meals At Home
Nutrition: Fast food can be good for your health.

Group Exercise

Find The Fun
Buzz: Be inspired by these unique class ideas.
Sample Class: Stability Ball Muscle Sculpt
Class Takeout: Emphasize muscle endurance and balance.
Too Cool To Cool Down?
Ebb: Make the end of your class just as important and fun as the rest of the workout.
Tour De Teamwork
Nurture an environment where professional relationships prosper and the entire staff wins.

In Every Issue

Making News
research Obesity, Metabolic Syndrome And Cardiovascular Disease
A Healing Rhythm
Inspire the World to Fitness®: Carrie Ekins overcame her own physical limitations to help others overcome theirs.
Write Right
Career Path: Discover how to create cover letters that get action.
fitness handout Exercising With Arthritis
The Joy Of The At-home Spa Day
Just for You: Rejuvenate yourself with some tricks from the spa trade.
Fatness, Fitness And Compassion
Dignity Before Diets
Medicare’s revised obesity policy strikes a chord with IDEA members and size-acceptance advocates.


Mind-Body-Spirit News
Wellness news and research from around the world.
The Science Of Self-monitoring
Inner IDEA: Help clients achieve more by helping them measure their progress.