December 2016Fitness JournalIDEA Fitness Journal- December 2016
Care, Don’t OvershareBe thoughtful and selective in what you talk about when you're teaching.
New studies suggest exercise and healthy diet combined are the elusive magic bullet.
Fat tissues secrete proteins that influence diet and metabolism. What the latest science means to fitness pros.
Understand the relationship between mind-body awareness and mindfulness and why this connection can be beneficial.
Sample Class: It Takes TwoPair up participants for a great cardio workout.
10 steps that will help fitness and wellness professionals acknowledge and dismantle negative beliefs about obesity.
These foods will help you keep a veggie-focused approach without weakening your skeleton.
The key is to understand biomechanics of body rotation.
Why short bursts of extreme exercise pay off in long-distance events like marathons and triathlons.
To connect with Baby Boomers and their elders, you have to target their interests and abandon stereotypes.
5 Creative Abs Exercises With Resistance TubingUse creative approaches to target core muscles and keep class interesting and effectual.
Either therapy works better than no treatment at all, a 2015 study finds.
Finding the Courage to LeadForget the myth of the “fearless leader.” Embrace your fears and make a difference in others' lives.
A research study examines whether capsaicin, the chemical that generates the heat in pepper-based spicy foods, can help curb appetite or promote weight loss.
Weight Loss for the Special-Needs ClientMike Gorski's well-rounded approach resulted in a successful client—and a friend.
Nutrition, physical activity and other lifestyle factors may hold the key to a better hormone profile.
Simplify dietary dilemmas by teaching clients to use their hands to control portion size.
Neuroplasticity combines physical and mental exercises to strengthen brain power.