Fitness JournalIDEA Fitness Journal- June 2017
Fitness and Flexible Blood VesselsExercise offers a unique boon to the circulatory system.
Get in the Game!Fitness facilities are discovering the value of gamification.
Physical Literacy Is a Journey, Not a DestinationSteve Boyle aims to provide physical literacy opportunities for all people—throughout their lifetimes—so they can learn, explore and practice skills of movement, nutrition and self-regulation.
The Poetry of YogaFusing poetry with yoga can deepen students' appreciation of both.
Creative ideas that InspireFunky techniques, breath work and music help clients recapture the joy of movement.
A 55-Minute Lower-Body Workout With Strength and Cardio IntervalsAdd variety to your lower-body workouts.
3 Effective Abs Exercises Anyone Can DoTarget the core from all angles while giving participants choices.
9 Ways to Elevate the Group Fitness ExperienceThe next time you head to class with a great playlist and program, think about how to make your attendees feel.
“Detoxing” Requires Guts!Good food and hydration, plus the human body's built-in detox brilliance, promote the optimal digestion and absorption at the core of your clients' nutritional fitness.
Is Advertising on Social Media Worth the Cost?How to make paid promotions work for you.
Weight Loss and the Resistant ClientSometimes the one thing holding a person back from change is fear.
6 Reasons Why Nature May Be the Best GymLooking to inject variety into your clients' training experience? Sometimes the better option for staging a workout lies in the great outdoors.
Helping stroke survivors means tapping into the brain's natural rewiring process.
Two studies reinforce the benefits reaped by children who get plenty of exercise early in life.
Help your clients change behaviors and navigate the habit loop.