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May, 2006

Fitness JournalIDEA Fitness Journal - May, 2006
Exercise Addiction
The unspoken correlate of exercise.
Sage Solutions
A strong, specialized education gives Sarah Collins the power to make a difference for older adults.
Kids’ Fitness Assessment Guidelines
What trainers need to know to accurately assess fitness levels in children.
Compliance Programming
Improve exercise compliance by strengthening the mind-body connection and reducing trainer dependency.
Coping With Change
Terrified of change? Find out how to adapt positively to your changing world.
Sample Class: Riding the Wind
This fartlek training approach increases anaerobic threshold and VO2 one interval at a time.
The Circle of Wellness: Bringing Health & Hope to Native Communities
Diabetes, obesity and cardiovascular disease risk are looming threats to the indigenous people of North America. How can you help - and what can you learn from their cultures?
Breaking into the Corporate Fitness Market
Find out how to set up a win-win relationship with a corporation.
Cardiovascular Medication and Your Client
Support your client's heart health with appropriate exercise programming and basic pharmacology knowledge.
The Mind-Body Makeover
Keynote Presentation by World-Renowned Coach Cheryl Richardson
Energy Balance
IDEA presenter and industry veteran Marcos Prolo shares his thoughts on current trends and simple motivation.
Creating Balance Between Fitness and Family
Equilibrium is within your reach after you prioritize and take action on the things that matter most.
Iron Deficiency Anemia and Exercise
Why athletes and other active clients may have increased iron needs-and the best food sources to prevent iron deficiency anemia and sports anemia.
Training Kids & Adolescents
If you have a passion for promoting fun and fitness in children and teens, the time may be right to break into the burgeoning youth market.