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March, 2005

Fitness JournalIDEA Fitness Journal - March, 2005
Empathizing With Clients’ Limitations
Pat Massey Welter has walked more than a mile in her customers’ shoes.
Finding Your Anchor
Jay Blahnik discusses industry growth, the Internet, multilevel classes and how to succeed by finding what you do best.
Sample Class: The Kids Wanna Dance!
Mix drills and skills with simple dance routines to engage 7- to 12-year-olds.
Financial Planning for Retirement
Working your way through the puzzle of retirement savings options.
Branch Out Into Fitness Consulting
Expand your career horizons-and revenue opportunities-through consulting.
Integrating Themes
Movement variations entice new exercisers.
Make Believe in Motion
IDEA member Scott Liebler introduces low-income pre-schoolers to the wonders of movement.
The hip abductor recumbent bike
Anatomy, common injuries and postrehab strategies.
Trainability of Children
Use research on growth patterns and neural, muscular, skeletal and hormonal development as guides for tailoring kids’ exercise program design.
Shaping a Healthier Future for America’s Children
10 ways to work with schools to improve kids' fitness.
Boost Business With Positive Body Image Marketing
Help your clients gain a healthy perspective on what it truly means to be fit.