Fitness JournalIDEA Fitness Journal- April 2017
The “New” Knee Ligament, RediscoveredA pearly band by any other name may still serve a purpose.
Fitness Technology That Shakes Things UpThese gadgets at the annual Consumer Electronics Show could disrupt the fitness scene.
The Best of Times Are Yet to ComeAnytime Fitness® CEO Chuck Runyon views "heartpower"—a blend of listening, empathy, motivation and personalized coaching—as key to the industry's success in the next 15 years.
Creative Ideas That InspireHelp clients push past plateaus with classes that challenge and invigorate.
The Tabata-Inspired Water WorkoutTake intensity to the water.
3 Steps to Help Clients UnplugUse the warmup to create a bridge from digital distraction to full, present engagement.
Why Cross-Train Flexibility?Educate participants about the need to diversify their stretching routines.
The 4-Step Marketing Funnel to Attract New ClientsDiscover a targeted client-attraction system that provides results.
Overcoming the Fear of ChangeTaking on a new client is always a challenge—especially when that client is used to working with another personal trainer.
The Foundation of a Fulfilling FutureThe 2017 IDEA® World Convention heads to Las Vegas, July 19–23.
Eyes on the PRISEDiet Quality Improves Fitness Among the Fittest
Fatigue's impact on performance has generated a wealth of research. Here's a quick overview of the physiology of fatigue.
Recreational athletes have a lot to gain from adding Pilates to their training programs.
Optimal alignment can improve clients' lives in many unexpected ways—if you can convince people to mind their posture outside the gym. Here's how to do it.
An original study offers practical applications for HIIT programming.