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November, 2009

Fitness Journal IDEA Fitness Journal - November, 2009
Biomechanic Basics for Safe, Effective, Efficient Workouts
Use your knowledge of biomechanics to design, implement and lead exercises that will help your clients achieve their goals.
Creative Ideas That Inspire
Plug programs in to fun and freedom so participants can fly high.
Fitness, Friendship and the Autistic Teen
Working with special-needs clients requires patience, knowledge and compassion.
Physical Activity, Weight Loss and Weight Regain
The new American College of Sports Medicine position stand.
From a Fitness Client to a Wellbeing cec
Coaching through the lens of consciousness.
Cut to the Core
Stimulate the core muscles to activate and stabilize, using two readily available pieces of equipment.
Fitness for Cancer Survivors cec
Research supports the benefits of exercise for clients who have cancer—here’s how best to leverage the research for programming.
Creating a Successful Internship Program
How to increase your bottom line and educate fellow fitness pros.
Pilates on the Ball
Beginner, intermediate and advanced Pilates exercises using the stability ball.
Sample Class: Zoomer Boot Camp
Appeal to active Baby Boomers with an intense, fun circuit that is also easy on the joints.
Stretching—A Research Retrospective cec
An in-depth analysis of the myths, truths and controversies.
Tips for Teaching a Special-Needs Participant
Have a game plan ready for when a disabled person comes to class.