July, 2013IDEA Fitness Journal - July, 2013
IDEA Home StudyContinuing education quizzes: Get up to 4 CECs quickly with quizzes from this issue.
A Life With MeaningLearn how a simple daily breathing practice can help you—and your clients—live a more authentic life.
Work Smarter, Not Harder: Applying the Principles of Interval Training to Your CareerImprove productivity by putting more downtime in your personal life and professional life.
The Art and Science of ManifestingDo you have what it takes to turn intentions into reality?
Escape the Time-For-Money Trap With Online ProductsBuilding an online business can improve your bottom line.
Do Fitness Pros Understand Clients With Obesity?Clients say no, “fitness pros don't have a clue,” and tell the fitness industry what isn't working. Personal trainers who “get it” share solutions that work.
What’s Ahead for Personal Training?Top trainers discuss the future of the fitness industry—and its role in confronting America's toughest healthcare challenges.
2013 IDEA Award RecipientsCelebrating the stories and savviness of these fitness industry role models.
Obesity Starts in the BrainThinking healthy leads to being healthy, says behavioral psychologist Michael R. Mantell.
Nancy KorfMember Since 2008 | Portland, Oregon
Geneviève NedderMember Since 1998 | Tucson, Arizona
Robert LoFasoMember Since 2003 | Suffern, New York
Janis McDonaldMember Since 1983 | San Miguel de Allende, Mexico
Question: I recently purchased a bag of energy chews that claimed to promote healthy metabolism, control my appetite and support my immune system. As I read the package information, I found a disclaimer that said, “These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.” Is this a case of false advertising?
What trainers need to know about subtle differences in female physiology.
Fitness pros can take a leading role in helping U.S. children become healthier.
What we've learned from the science of turning people's lives around.