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January, 2012

IDEA Fitness Journal - January, 2012
Continuing Education Quizzes
Get up to 4 CECs quickly with quizzes from this issue.
Ask the RD
What is the difference between “good” carbs and “bad” carbs?
creative ideas that inspire
Offer a variety of intensity levels and time options.
Sample Class: Cycling Power for the People
Use power training concepts to teach participants how to specialize and blast past self-imposed boundaries.
Cross-Train and Cross-Promote With Yoga
Use this yoga-inspired, dynamic warm-up to introduce participants to other options on the schedule.
Maximizing Fitness Experiences with Minimal Fitness Equipment
Use these trade-off ideas when you need to do more with less.
Get On Online Radio
How to be the successful guest who lands bookings.
Understanding the Senior Client
Carefully selected equipment and exercises help senior clients thrive.
Your vision for the future of fitness
The top vision statements from fitness professionals, unveiled.
The Fast-Food Fallacy
Why slow food beats fast food hands-down as the true value meal.
Resistance Training Improves Mental Health cec
Research is proving that your mind and body can be significantly improved with resistance training.
How Can Clients Keep Their New Year’s Resolutions? cec
Good intentions aren’t enough. So what works?
A New Twist to an Old Cardio Training Practice cec
The talk test may be a breath of fresh air for future measurements of intensity.
Is There a Public Health Role for Fitness Professionals? cec
While public health officials are addressing the urgent need to make America healthier, fitness professionals are exploring exciting opportunities in public health.
The Significant 7: Principles of Functional Training for Mature Adults cec
Take an educated, purposeful approach when designing programs for a special population that is growing in size and needs focused attention.