Fitness JournalFitness Journal - November 2018
The Renal SystemThe body's filtering abilities tie in to many other functions.
Health News: True or False?“Do I trust this?”
Balance and StabilityTeach students a path to core strength through equilibrium.
Kickboxing Safety: Back to BasicsRevisit form and technique before you teach your next class.
Gender Equity in Fitness: Are We There Yet?Most trainers and teachers are women, but most top execs are men. Here's how we can help to close that gap.
Get clients back on track with to-the-point messages that counteract common food myths.
Nutrition Technology OptimizationApps, digital solutions and "smart" devices are flooding the market to cash in on interest in eating for weight management, better performance and health enhancement.
These tips can help you motivate clients to stay on a healthy diet for the long haul.
A 2017 study shows the health benefits of combining cardiovascular and strength training for women early in their careers.
The Confidence-First Approach to Weight LossHelping a reluctant client find mastery in movement.
Get on board with local businesses.
IDEA Member SpotlightEach month this section briefly focuses on a few IDEA members who stand out in the crowd.
An updated protocol assesses combat readiness.
Are clients canceling out their own progress—or not?
Stop and smell the roses.
Keep the dumbbells nearby.
Drink water to ward off brain fog.
Seven key markers of cardiovascular health.
It's okay to go at half-speed.
Do benefits transfer to other activities?
What role does the endocrine system play in healthy aging and the optimization of exercise programming?
Exercises can help elite competitors and weekend riders avoid suffering on the slopes.
The eating pitfalls that emerge on any given Monday (or Tuesday).
Obesity-related inflammation may be killing your taste buds.
Recent trials cast doubt on the efficacy of omega-3 supplements.
Your DNA decides whether you get the performance kick.
Try these three suggestions for adding whole grains to your day.
Check out this news—then check your sodium intake.
Smart portions may actually do the body good.
Wash, dry, rinse, repeat—and often.
Here's how to curb your enthusiasm for overindulgence.