Fitness JournalFitness Journal - August 2018
Ground-to-standing exercises help older exercisers preserve strength, improve agility and prevent hazardous falls.
Four studies reveal the time-saving benefits of high-intensity interval training.
Do you place enough emphasis on enhancing your clients' focus? Building concentration can improve performance and lead to behavioral changes that will help exercisers achieve their goals.
Get Your Business Out of Debt in Three StepsUse these simple steps to eradicate your debt and live the life you've dreamed of.
Dieting has failed us. Let's try another solution for obesity and chronic disease.
Here's how to spot scapular dyskinesis in clients and provide corrective exercises.
Green Exercise: How It Benefits YouMounting scientific evidence shows that being active in nature boosts mind, body and spirit.
The Well-Stocked Pantry: A Cook’s First Line of Healthy DefenseCoach clients to spring-clean and restock their cupboards, freezers and spice cabinets with sensible, versatile ingredients. These grab-and-go lists and how-to guides provide an approachable game plan for getting started.
Sample Class: Center and RollHelp students stabilize and release.
Nearly half of U.S. adults have hypertension. The good news? Exercise can help!
Finding the right words to clearly explain the complicated science of weight loss and maintenance can be tricky. Use these ideas to educate clients—and yourself—on why lost pounds keep coming back.
Community CooldownShare these interactive wind-down “games” with active agers.
There's no reason to avoid resistance training with your young clients. You just have to take some sensible precautions.
A look at why our industry does indeed have a body image problem—and what we can do about it, starting now.