May, 2010IDEA Fitness Journal - May, 2010
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Making Peace With BloggingConsider blogging a burden? How blogging can work for you—and your business.
The Four Elements of Perfect Class DesignThink of an all-encompassing strategy when designing your experiences.
Yoga and the Olympic HopefulCross-training helps U.S. Swim Team member Keri Hehn boost her performance.
Understanding muscle physiology can help you better train your clients.
Fast, Furious and Functional: Three Trends Shaping Today’s Fitness LandscapeMixed martial arts, metabolic conditioning and body leverage training—these old and new training ideas offer alternative and time-efficient methods for helping clients achieve their fitness goals.
Sample Class: Dance Boogie BlendCount on two easy methods to get class groovin’.
Lessons From the Blue ZonesWhat we can learn from the world’s longest-living people.
A look at the American Heart Association’s 2020 impact goals.
Transition into dynamic stretches that also train for balance.
The Truth About Bioidentical HormonesA lot of middle-aged women are taking a “natural” hormonal supplement that isn’t so natural (or especially safe) after all. Here’s what you should know about bioidentical hormone therapy.
Research, implications and solutions to a growing problem.