November, 2007Fitness JournalIDEA Fitness Journal - November, 2007
One Vision, Many Paths: Inner IDEA Conference® 2007This 3-day journey helped body-mind-spirit professionals succeed in the growing wellness industry.
Becoming a Master Personal Trainer and CoachHow to effectively teach the "how" and "why" of fitness and well-being.
Is Interval Training Safe for CAD Clients?Some encouraging results for your work with functional coronary artery disease clients.
The Meaning Behind the MovementIDEA presenter Abbie Appel shares her approach to class design and offers tips for avoiding injuries.
Sample Class: Aqua DanceOffer participants a rhythmic, cultural experience in the water.
Romana Kryzanowska: Pilates LegendA 2007 interview with the world-renowned protegee of Joseph Pilates.
Research supports testing and training techniques that challenge seniors to move muscle more quickly.
The Dish on Online Diets: Should Your Clients Log On to Take Off?A comparison of several popular weight loss plans now available on the information superhighway.
A Ball for AllOffer students options as they progress in their core strength.
Pumped-Up ProgramsEmpower students with classes that reach beyond the basics.
Addressing the Instructor GapCreate a mentor program and build a strong foundation for your group exercise program.
Partner ExercisesMake partner training fun and interactive with these exercises designed for two.
Tricks of the TradeHow do you handle your client load when you go out of town—for instance, to attend a convention?
6-Week Success StoryLori Patterson is determined to help clients—and fellow professionals—succeed.
IDEA Home StudyTest your knowledge and earn continuing education credits.
A look at the exercise implications and contraindications when working with clients who suffer from type 1 and type 2 diabetes, hypoglycemia or hyperglycemia.
How fitness professionals can educate their female clients about the benefits of heart health and preventive care.