-January 2016Fitness JournalIDEA Fitness Journal-January 2016
Peace, Love, YogaHelp students to cultivate an inner practice.
Building Positive Client ExperiencesActive listening, coaching, and helping clients to identify roadblocks to success may be more critical than your program design, says Pete McCall, MS.
Is Movement Analysis Technology a Fitness Industry Game Changer?Sensors that measure human movement with pinpoint precision open up broad opportunities (and risks) for fitness pros.
Sample Class: Jump & GlideMerge plyometrics with fluid strength for an intense but accessible workout.
Creative Ideas That InspireKeep fitness fun for all ages with these invigorating classes.
Mind-Body Warm-Up for Boot CampGet your intense class off to a mindful, balanced start.
How to Develop and Use Class ThemesFlex your creativity muscles and keep attendees motivated.
Keeping Seniors MotivatedThe aging of the Baby Boomers guarantees that more trainers will be working with older exercisers. Here's how to inspire them.
Business on a BudgetHow to open a personal training facility on a shoestring budget.
Working With a Challenging ClientCommunication, adaptation and observation are necessary elements to working with a client with myriad physical issues.
Personal Trainers: Add Power to Your PurposeEnhance the success of your clients and your business by attending the IDEA® Personal Trainer Institute, February 25-28 in Alexandria, Virginia, or April 14-17 in Seattle.
What do you tell your clients about consuming processed meat, red meat?
New Clues to Prevent Weight RegainResistance training and NEAT are key to preventing weight regain and bolstering metabolic health.
DNA does not determine our fate: Why diet and daily activities influence how genes do their jobs.
Experts discuss the pros and cons of integrating technology into children's exercise programming.