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March, 2007

Fitness JournalIDEA Fitness Journal - March, 2007
Decisions, Decisions!
Your decision-making abilities as a new group exercise director help determine your success.
A Better Habit
While on her journey from addiction back to fitness, IDEA member Nancy Jerominski walked through a new door.
Sample Class: Kickbox Boot Camp
Help participants to train for cardiovascular endurance, to explore the anaerobic threshold and to improve strength, all in one class.
Curtis the Entertainer
He sings, he dances, he claps his hands. No, he's not a circus performer; he's the owner of Curtis Jackson's Fitness Studios.
Diet & Gastrointestinal Ailments cec
Can what you eat and drink exacerbate the symptoms of common stomach disorders, such as irritable bowel syndrome, lactose intolerance and celiac disease?
Add Water to the Mix
Including aquatic fitness in your training package can enhance your clients' programs and expand your client base.
Hypertension and Exercise
Can exercise and proper nutrition protect clients from this “silent killer”?
A Global Outlook
IDEA presenter Fred Hoffman, MEd, talks about how an expanded vision can help your career.
The Biomechanics Sales Approach
Polish up your sales pitch by using science to convince clients of your value.
25 Things to Watch for in the Industry
An eye to the future shows a glimpse of exciting changes in a young industry.
Creative Classes That Spark Inspiration
Explore the outside edges of entertainment when coming up with new class concepts.
Where There’s a WILL … There’s a Way!
No will? Discover why creating one can help you—and loved ones.
Motion and Emotion
What to do when emotions arise in a body-mind movement session.
Spring-Clean Your Career!
How to cut out unwanted "clutter" from your fitness career.
Central Moves
Use Pilates exercises to teach participants about stabilization, balance and core strength.