May 2014Fitness JournalIDEA Fitness Journal - May 2014
Creative Ideas that InspireTrain your clients' bodies and minds with functional exercise classes.
Embracing the Self-Care ModelLearning about lifestyle habit formation and digital health platforms for the future health of clients is essential to personal training in the years ahead.
Sample Class: Sports Conditioning ReboundingHelp participants get a jump on their game.
A Break From IntensityBalance hard workouts with a calming cool-down that helps participants destress and recalibrate.
Simple Group Assessment in SecondsBegin with the basics and help participants exercise smarter, not harder.
Tribal FitnessWin big with your staff and clients by running your business as a tribe.
Fit to Protect and ServeDanielle knew that in order to become a successful police officer, she'd need to get fighting fit.
Invest In You At the 2014 IDEA World Fitness Convention™, August 13-17, in Anaheim, CaliforniaMake an investment in your future at the world's leading educational event for fitness pros.
Whether for Joes or pros, farmers or city dwellers, could this be the missing link in our training and conditioning programs?
Help pregnant clients train for each trimester and the physical rigors of parenting a new baby.
Self-knowledge and self-mastery equip us to help others more effectively.
Science is discovering the benefits of exercising outdoors. Here's a look at ways to add outdoor activities to exercise programming.
Studies find high-intensity interval training protects against heart disease and shows promise for improving insulin sensitivity and controlling blood pressure.
Understanding the basics of nutrition communication is key to motivating clients to change the way they eat.