February, 2012IDEA Fitness Journal - February, 2012
Continuing Education QuizzesGet up to 5 CECs quickly with quizzes from this issue.
Nutrition Scope of Practice RevisitedShould we deconstruct boundaries for giving food/nutrition advice to apparently healthy clients?
Mindfulness Practice: Empowering Fragmented Teens to Become WholeThrough innovative programs, youth discover their inner selves, face fears and embrace personal power.
Creative Ideas That InspireHelp people build a wellness foundation with a strong schedule of options.
Sample Class: Jump Rope CircuitCreate a total-body workout using three simple pieces of equipment.
Buddy Up to Cool DownTake advantage of boot camp team spirit and partner up for postworkout stretches.
30 Step Skills Every Fitness Instructor Should HaveStep remains a mainstay in fitness facilities—how are you keeping up with the demand and staying safe?
Creating a Profitable Fitness FranchiseDiscover the ingredients you need to turn your fitness business into a recipe for success.
Figure Competition TrainingTraining for a figure competition can improve health and vitality.
IDEA FitnessConnect: Horizon ReportWays fitness professionals are leveraging IDEA FitnessConnect and its advanced tools for 2012.
Are processed soy protein products bad for you?
Here’s a taste of what’s cooking in the nutrition world:
In the Face of Big Portions, Cheap Food
A lack of proper sleep can put you at risk for a number of negative consequences.
Studies find we mimic the habits of our closest companions.
The more you know about modifications and your clients, the easier it is to design a successful session.
As a personal trainer, what can you do, in conjunction with allied health professionals, to help clients with this hip dysfunction regain activity?
A look at the science of high-intensity interval training.