The Importance of Your LocationYour business's location can be a major factor in your success.
A Nod to ScalenesDiscover some fascinating facts about these lesser-known neck muscles.
Correcting Misconceptions About FatA dietitian explores the latest research and clears up some common myths about fat.
Meet an IDEA Team Member: Joy KellerGet to know our executive editor, Joy Keller.
Sample Class: Barre-Cardio-CoreTeach this innovative full-body workout that requires just body weight and gravity.
Breath and Movement for Core StabilityTeach your students about the diaphragm and core stability.
Creating Preclass Rituals and RoutinesMaximize your group exercise teaching experience by prepping for success before your fitness class.
Stop and Smell the DaisiesHelping a grandmother blossom from poor health into a fit new future.
IDEA Member Spotlight: June 2019Each month this section briefly focuses on a few IDEA members who stand out in the crowd.
Short, High-Intensity Weight Training and Diabetes Risk“Train short and train hard” may be new training mantra.
Gender Differences in Fitness and Brain FunctionIs aerobic exercise better for older men's brains?
Exercise Promotes Brain Fitness in EveryoneResearch shows cognitive benefits for young adults.
Cardio Training and Weight LossInterval training delivers results in less time.
Tracker Information MotivatesIt's not the device that matters; it's what it tells you.
Can Exercise Prevent Depression?Researchers study the benefits of physical activity.
June 2019 Question of the Month: HIIT ProgramsShare your insights on HIIT programs.
UK Med School Includes Physical Activity EducationFuture doctors learn how to prescribe exercise.
Stair-Climb Your Way to HealthStep up to exercise snacking.
Weighted Step-Training BenefitsCan a weighted vest be a useful training prop?
Are Compression Socks Effective?New research tests socks on female soccer players.
Obesity and Cancer Risks in Young AdultsMillennials at higher risk than preceding generations.
Health Coaching: Starting Your BusinessWe asked expert coaches what it takes to succeed. Check out how these pros made it happen.
Studies suggest that nutrition and dietary changes can improve lung health.
Why you need a big-picture approach to helping women get back on the fitness track after childbirth.
The overall volume of resistance exercise is more important than the individual variables of sets, reps and load.
Protein Is Not Necessarily Your Kidneys’ NemesisHealthy kidneys unfazed by high protein consumption, say researchers.
The Lowdown on Industry-Funded ResearchDoes industry-sponsored research do more harm than good?
June 2019 Question of the Month: Should Cities Help Shape What People Eat?New research points to benefits of local food regulations.
Grocery Store Dietitians Improve Eating HabitsExpert advice helps people choose nutritious foods, research suggests.
Studies reinforce health risks of sugary drinks and processed foods.
USDA study finds poor eating habits across socioeconomic groups.
When a Food Allergy Isn’t a Food AllergySurvey finds many people incorrectly conclude food sensitivities are allergic reactions.
Yo-Yo Dieting Tied to Heart ProblemsStudy of 6.7 million people underscores risk of frequent fluctuations in key biomarkers.
Workplace food scores low points for nutrition.
Check out this healthy smoothie combining spinach and oranges.
More fat in diets may lead to risky inflammation, study suggests.
Ask the RD: Are There Health Benefits to Nutritional Yeast?Nutritional yeast flakes have multiple health benefits.
Choose Food First, Then Hit The GymWhy people should pick their postworkout snacks before exercising.
Motivational interviewing can drive sustainable behavior change. Here's how to make it happen.