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March 2015

Fitness JournalIDEA Fitness Journal - March 2015
First, Do No Harm
Greg Roskopf, MA, wants health and fitness professionals to recognize that helping clients to improve health and lose weight requires a solid understanding of how to help them control pain and reduce inflammation.
Creative Ideas That Inspire
Encourage participants to try something new with mix-and-match options.
Sample Class: Cycle Diversion
Keep participants fully engaged and coach them to discover their thresholds with this empowering, segmented ride.
Wake Up Your Glutes!
The importance of gluteals for core stability and lower-back health.
How to Make HIIT a Hit for Everyone
Intensity doesn't negate the need to teach the people in front of you properly.
Here's a taste of what's cooking in the nutrition world:
Hot Training for Outdoor Enthusiasts
Boost your business and empower your clients with fun adventure programs.
Fitness and Personal Empowerment
All work and no play made Katie a stressed girl.
“The Super Bowl of Fitness”
Change your future at the 2015 IDEA World Fitness Convention™, July 15-19, at L.A. LIVE.
Seven Trends Coming to a Meal Near You
Sponsored Content: Nutritionists and fitness pros offer clues to staying abreast of clients' ever-changing dietary habits.
You May Live Longer Eating a Mediterranean Diet cec
Genetic research finds longer lifespan linked to a diet light on saturated fats and meats, and heavy on fruit, vegetables and unrefined grains.
When You Lose Weight, Where Does It Go? cec
A new study offers an explanation of the process.
Stepping Out of Fitness Reductionism cec
How do wearable activity monitors fit into a holistic approach to health and well-being?
What’s the Best Diet for Me? cec
Learn about the eating plans your clients may be on or may be contemplating—and how to address the pros and cons of each.
What You Don’t Know About Food Labeling Could Undermine Your Health cec
Learn more about the nuances of food marketing and what front-of-package labels may not be telling you.