December 2014Fitness JournalIDEA Fitness Journal - December 2014
Stretching That Works for MenHelp your male participants reach common areas of hip inflexibility with resistance bands.
While a recent study questions common advice on avoiding saturated fats, there's ample science to support limiting these fats in our diets.
By changing the “why” behind workouts, we can change our clients' perception of fitness.
Trainers need to adapt their technique when working with the connective tissue of older adults.
Use a three-pronged approach to help frail participants move better, get stronger and improve their balance.
Exercise is a safeguard against the disease, especially type 2.
A mixed martial arts fitness expert explains how techniques that get Ultimate Fighting Championship® competitors into shape can appeal to a broad spectrum of fitness clients.
What the research says about calcium, vitamin D, magnesium and omega-3 fatty acids.
Help people find relief from neck pain by providing props and modifications and by guiding clients toward correct spinal alignment.
Prepare Yourself and Your Business to Cater to an Untapped Market With a Convincing and Compassionate Strategy.
How to Thrive as an Introverted InstructorLet your positive personality characteristics shine when you teach class.
Take a trip around the globe and find out which healthy food habits are worth bringing home.
Practical advice on extending the benefits of Pilates to the overweight population.
How shifting the timing of exercises and workouts can improve muscular strength.
Bust Out of a Food RutWhy learning to mix up diet and food-prep techniques can help clients stick to their weight loss goals.
Research shows that high-intensity training can improve the lives of senior exercisers.
From the fat cell to the fat furnace, find out exactly what causes the body to burn fat.