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May, 2005

Fitness JournalIDEA Fitness Journal - May, 2005
Boot Camp Ohio-Style
A simple group training plan can inspire inactive participants and net healthy profits.
Lifestyle Fitness
Derek Heintz and Brian White help their clients "own" a fitness mentality for life.
IDEA Fitness Industry Salary Survey 2004
Benchmarks for choosing and compensating productive and loyal fitness staff.
The Lumbar Spine
Lumbar Spine Anatomy, Common Injuries and Postrehab Strategies.
A Different Angle
Hijack boredom with the newness element.
Eyes on the Prize
Creative goal setting leads to retention.
From Uncertain to Certified
IDEA member Rebecca Yount draws from her own experience to motivate and inspire the back row.
Progressive Muscle Relaxation
Learn a basic mind-body technique that can blend into your personal training sessions.
The Group Fitness Coach
Learn how to go beyond performing to connect one-on-one with participants.
Route to Relaxation
Teach breath control and awareness to stressed- out participants.
Effortless Energy
Ken Alan shares how to find new inspiration for choreography and why setting up a class like an orchestra improves performance.
Creating a Sacred Space
A special area in your home or yard can help you release stress and tune into yourself.
How Fit Is Your Memory?
Want to be able to remember information better? Take your brain to boot camp.
Correcting Common Diet Blunders
With all the misinformation facing consumers today, fitness professionals need to be able to help clients separate truth from fiction.
Performance Enhancing Drugs
Who's taking them, and what are the benefits and risks?