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November, 2005

Fitness JournalIDEA Fitness Journal - November, 2005
A Studio Society
Create a positive program experience by fostering and developing participant relationships.
Pilates Exercise: Lessons From the Lab cec
A new research study examines the effectiveness and safety of selected Pilates mat exercises.
It Starts With You
Kymberly Williams-Evans, MA, talks about the importance of bringing something in and sending something out.
The First Step
Don't overlook the warm-up as a successful start to your step class.
Circuit Training for Groups
Shawna Kaminski makes training affordable and approachable for those who might not otherwise try it.
Multiple Answers About Multivitamins cec
This primer answers the questions clients commonly ask about taking vitamin and mineral supplements.
Sample Class: Sport Step
Incorporate athletic movements and sports drills into your step class.
End the Year on a High Note
IDEA members and lifestyle coaches share tips for helping clients and students manage holiday stress.
Buff Up Your Muscular-Fitness Testing Skills
Steps for administering the most popular tests for muscular strength and endurance.
A Prescription for Procrastinators
Ways you can help clients overcome obstacles to exercise.
The Growing Problem of Obesity cec
Understand the physiological and biological mechanisms of obesity, and examine the components of a successful lifestyle-modification program.
Intense Focus
Research your members' needs and create a special class just for them.
Balancing Your Work and Home Lives
Overwhelmed? Create a plan to give yourself the personal time you need.
Reclaiming Joy in Your Life
Got the blahs? Discover ways to increase the pleasure in your days.